Early next month I’ll be heading to Brimfield for one of the biggest antique fairs in the country—and since I have a long history of traveling around both the US and Europe with friends or family hunting down those perfect items to complete our homes, I’ll probably end up taking the whole thing way too seriously. At any rate, each piece of my clothing is planned out to a T. Most important, of course, is a comfortable pair of sneakers, but I also always carry two purses—a small one with easy access to cash and credit cards, and another to easily carry small purchases. Jeans and a lightweight button-up always work for a long day in the trenches.
Clockwise from top left: Crumpet cardigan, $405 at NET-A-PORTER.COM; Bindya scarf, $162.50 at ChicTweak.com; Sandro jumpsuit, $340 at us.sandro-paris.com;
Marc Jacobs bag, $2,495 at marcjacobs.com; Superga shoes, $65 at shopbop.com;
Bottega sunglasses, $495 at bottegaveneta.com.
Clockwise from top left: Citizens of Humanity jeans, $209 at shopbop.com; Étoile Isabel Marant shirt, $370 at NET-A-PORTER.COM; J. Crew vest, $138 at jcrew.com; Chloé Bag, $1,495 at Chloé New York, 212.717.8220; Adidas by Stella McCartney shoes, $140 at adidas.com; Coach Legacy bag, $458 at coach.com.