Schussheim: "Thanks to everybody and their grandma for getting a pair of pristine Stan Smiths last year, white sneakers will never not be a Top 10 wardrobe staple for basically everyone. This pair feels luxe and special in its non-detail."
Boomerang lace-up sandal.
Schussheim: "Tough and sweet! A favorite combo - and sort of like cornflakes? This shoe is a graphic crowd-pleaser. Sweet girls will pair it with miniskirts at brunch, and tough girls will rule the night, rocking leather with this lace-up number.
Schussheim: "I've always wanted to pull off a cut-out leather glove while driving, like a Hitchcockian heroine from the '50s - so chic."
Smooth grain clutch.
Schussheim: "Art and fashion collide: This clutch is perfect in its simplicity, and also looks like it could break the bank - but it won't!"
Schussheim: "Way better than a Cracker Jack prize! Alexis Bittar's bauble game is so strong. I also think that jewelry on a cheese plate is a very novel way to propose (hint,hint)."
Schussheim: "I love clear jewelry: You get the benefit of wearing a statement piece, but without the spatial commitment of a solid-colored piece. I would stack these up and go out for some dirty martinis."
Mark McNairy #3 in Orange Tortoise (left) and Kinney in Champaigne (right).
Schussheim: "As someone who has worn glasses since the 5th grade, I really appreciate the subtly of clear frames. I like that Garrett added a slight autumnal-colored tint."
Stylist Sarah Schussheim considers the most tasteful American-made items to hit the market this season.