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Staff Pick: Etro and Sartore, a classic pairing. Lift your spirits and your wardrobe with a royal purple paisley scarf from Etro.

Add the perfect, wear-with-everything cognac riding boot from Sartore to step up your mood and your style!

The Hot Item for Fall

The hot item for fall – Eskandar’s suede jackets are to be coveted in three beautiful shades, including pine, bitter, and earth. Soft, elegantly supple and endlessly wearable.

Staff Pick: Etro Scarf. We’re in love with the beautiful combination of red, ivory, black, grey and rust in a sophisticated pattern that shows what Etro does best.

Wear it with more Etro for pattern on pattern or throw it over a supple cognac leather jacket from Gimo’s.

The Refined Sweatshirt

No longer categorized as slouchy sportswear, the once-humble sweatshirt has been making appearances on runways and as anything-but-scruffy street style. The snug fabric, carefully fitted and worn with something refined, becomes your effortless go-to piece for everyday chic.

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Cool Country

Cool country: Shearling, patterned knits, soft wools. These new heritage-inspired pieces are doubly suited for the city. Think comfy wrap sweaters from Etro, and buttoned up wool or cashmere coats from Pauw. Keep ever so warm in an Annette Görtz shearling. Finish with equestrian inspired boots by Sartore. Sling a Dragon bag over your shoulder and you’re ready to go!

Eskandar’s Fall Collection Brings Beautiful Shades of Blue

07/15/2012 Eskandar’s unique shades of blue make fall’s staple pieces anything but basic. Easy shapes, natural fibers… Eskandar at its best!

Sartore Boots Are Back To Complete The Looks Of Our Favorite Designers: Pauw, Etro, And Dries

Sartore boots return to Santa Fe Dry Goods for that must-have staple to go under fall’s heavier styles. The shapes are classic, the colors are go-with-everything black, chocolate brown, and our favorite: cognac.

Santa Fe Dry Goods Presents The Work Of Italian Designer Simona Tagliaferri

07/10/2012  Santa Fe Dry Goods is proud to present the work of Italian designer Simona Tagliaferri. Simona’s work represents the recent surge in small designers in the avant garde that are pushing forward traditional notions of fabric and finishing in this arena. Her work is principally in wools with metallic finished embedded embossed leather that allows the customer to play with the form of the garment. Her work comes to the United States this season for the first time and is represented by only a few of the best specialty stores including L’Eclaireur in Paris and H Lorenzo in Los Angeles.

Etro Brings Fall Colors To SFDG

07/17/2012 Etro’s colors and patterns are rich and elegant for fall. The strength is in their knits this season, so add a piece or two to give your wardrobe a beautiful lift! Deep brown with rust or purple, red and orange combined as only Etro can, in unique, modern takes on traditional stripes and paisleys.

Pauw For The Best Cashmere Coats

07/13/2012 Pauw brings the best in cashmere coats to keep you warm with minimal weight. This is the classic you’ll wear year after year…luxury fibers in flattering shapes and neutral colors. Mushroom is the staff favorite!

The Fall Collection of Italian Up-and-Comer Avant Toi Arrives

07/06/2012 For the first time, SFDG’s presents the core of the Avant Toi collection: vintage Hermes scarves that are felted with tie-dyed cashmere for intense color and feel. Ragged- edged sweaters in earth tones were also part of the fall delivery and pair perfectly with Ventcouvert leggings.

Sheer Looks Rule The Runways

One part provocative, one part ultra sophisticated, sheer looks rule the runways. An ordinary shirtdress from Annette Görtz becomes extraordinary in light and sexy sheer linen. Shirts by Elm Design define feminine in translucent and fluid silk to dress up or down.

Faliero Sarti’s Fall Collection Arrives At Santa Fe Dry Goods

07/20/2012  Faliero Sarti’s fall collection arrives at Santa Fe Dry Goods. Color themes include salmon pinks, tangerines, teal, cobalt, sea green and degradés that combine hues in unique ways. Beautiful textures instantly add flair to any look, even your basic t-shirt and jeans!

New shipment of Robert Barakett t-shirts arrives at SFDG

6/21/2012 Santa Fe Dry Goods receives a large shipment of Robert Barakett t-shirts for men. Both short and long sleeve versions are now available for fall.

Modern prints for summer

This season the tropics add color to the classics. No more prim prints! Botanicals have become graphic, seeped in color, and untamed. Dries Van Noten elevates the digital print to elegant, high style. Pauw’s florals are anything but demure – just confident, modern, and timelessly beautiful.

Etro brings lightweight paisleys, tribal patterns, and bright graphics with blurred edges, for a playfully feminine look with a sophisticated edge.

Sporty mesh tops and sweaters are popping up all over

Sporty mesh tops and sweaters are popping up all over.  (more…)

Anoraks are the rage for spring

Anoraks are the rage for spring. Warm and practical parkas were a big trend for fall, and the utilitarian outerwear continues into spring to protect one’s self from the elements. Annette Görtz brings a new look to practical, with subtle, wearable shades in light limestone grey and not-quite-black, bringing a fresh perspective to “basic” colors. Shape is key as always in the Görtz collection – coattails that snap into raised position, adding detail, dimension, and most of all, style!

What does spring hold?

Think doing the Charleston, for starters, as dresses come with dazzling embellishments and drop-waists, reminiscent of the Jazz Age. Pastels are another runway staple – skirts, shirts, jackets, and blouses all look like they have been dipped in Easter egg dye. And sportswear becomes literal, with designers skimming silhouettes and playing with materials more suited to the locker room than the catwalk. There are also many new ways to bare some skin come the hot weather, courtesy of crop tops, cutouts, and short shorts.