Most Wanted: A Peek at This Week’s Boutiques


From simulating a stay at a Utah ski lodge to a holiday dress that’s capable of outsmarting mobile uploads, here’s a look at all the lovely things I’ll be snapping up off of Rue this week.

1. Pink Tartan dress. Let’s face it: mobile uploads have a knack for giving away a secret you’d rather the rest of your social network not know – that you wore the same dress twice in one holiday party season. That’s what makes this black number key. It’s structured enough to stand on its own, yet low-key enough for a statement accessory or two. In other words, I will be wearing this dress to any and every winter festivity – though it certainly won’t look that way. Our Pink Tartan Boutique opens Wednesday, November 7, at 11AM ET.

2. La Coterie cowhide pillow. As the snow starts falling, I find myself craving a total ski-lodge setting – and this cowhide pillow has that Western U.S.–slopes vibe unfolding in full force. (Just add a roaring fire, of course.) Our Take to the Slopes: See You at the Lodge Boutique opens Wednesday, November 7, at 3PM ET.

3. Interlude Ottoman. (See above, re: “total ski-lodge.”) Our Tie the Room Together: Ottomans & Accent Tables Boutique opens Sunday, November 4, at 11AM ET. 

4. Case-Mate iPhone® 4/4S case. Keeping my phone in-hand – and not clattering onto the ground – has never been a strong suit of mine, meaning only the most durable case will do. (And the festive gold glitter is an added plus for sure.) Our Case-Mate Boutique opens Sunday, November 4, at 11AM ET.

5. Cooper Classics side table. Balancing my stemless wine glass on a couch cushion? I’m thinking that went out of style with my 28th birthday. It’s time to be a big girl and outfit the apartment with some real surfaces. Our Cooper Classics Boutique opens Monday, November 5, at 11AM ET.

By Sarah Stanley, Staff Writer

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