I Shop at Moda Operandi More Than Any Luxury Site, and These 35 Finds Are Why

Few luxury destinations make me want to drop everything and shop more than Moda Operandi does. It's not unusual for me to browse the site on the daily since I tend to discover something new each time. To me, the Moda edit strikes the perfect balance of the buzziest designer buys while also making even the simplest of basics seem exciting. I chalk it up to a number of reasons, from the impeccable styling to the well-edited mix of high designer and contemporary labels. But no matter the reason, I keep returning to the site like a moth to the flame and these 35 finds are the reason why.

Launched over a decade ago with the aim to make the runways shoppable, Moda's "see now, buy now" model remains at the site's core, offering shoppers the ability to preorder the next season's collections before they hit the market elsewhere. It also makes shopping the site feel like an insider experience since you're perusing current-season finds along with what's to come. While the site is vast, I always beeline to Lauren's Closet—the section dedicated to pieces hand-picked by co-founder and fashion veteran Lauren Santo Domingo—to see the distillation of the very best finds of the moment. 

Ahead, discover the Moda Operandi finds that are the reason I'm not shopping anywhere else right now.

Starting off strong with vacation-ready crochet.

Paco Rabanne bags will always be on a fashion person's wish list.

I haven't stopped thinking about this delicate top since I first laid eyes on it.

New Frankie Shop alert! If these nylon shorts (and their button-down counterpart) are half as popular as last year's iterations, they're bound to sell out quickly.

Immediately the coolest basic in your closet.

You thought you'd seen the last of Miu Miu's miniskirts? Think again.

This is at the very top of my wish list right now.

Wear them with everything this summer.

While this bra top is accompanied by a three-piece suit set, it's begging to be styled solo.

Louisa Ballou exists wherever cool style is.

Prada's triangle logo can do no wrong.

The last time you'll call a cardigan boring.

I did it. I found the perfect go-with-anything strappy heels.

It's giving "1960s South of France vacation."

One of the buzziest pairs of sandals right now.

If I owned this bag, I would make it my entire personality.

The LBD I never knew I needed.

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