March 4, 2013
So excited about my picks for today — you won’t regret checking out the links!
1 — Who could go wrong with anything from Bookhou?
February 27, 2013
The shop, Donna Wilson, has so many fun things with fun colors and playful patterns. I’ll take anything from there!
February 6, 2013
January 25, 2013
Blue Bird Lab has some super cute geometric necklaces available in their shop. I am all about the geometric trend!
January 17, 2013
“Block Shop is an Indian textile company founded by sisters Lily and Hopie Stockman. We work with the Chhipa family of master printers based in Bagru, India, who have been hand block printing with natural dyes for over 350 years. Our textiles are printed one at a time with carved wooden blocks and non-toxic vegetable dyes on the finest Indian silk-cotton blend.”
They have great process shots on their site too!
January 9, 2013
I stumbled across this jewelry made by the Germany based father/daughter team of WSAKE recently – isn’t it wonderful?
“he is a very experienced silver smith who knows all the tricks
she is a grafic designer but has always worked in her fathers workshop
sometimes we work together on our jewellery
sometimes we do it alone
but in the end this doesn´t matter
we are family
and we love what we do
we like working with our hands”
Love me that pretzel necklace!
January 2, 2013
I must still be in the holiday mood (or still shivering from NY) but today I want this reindeer sweater from Lands’ End!
PS- Happy New Year!
December 15, 2012
It’s a rare rainy day in Phoenix today making me want to snuggle up in my bed. These cozy socks from Fizz Accessory are the perfect snuggly day addition!
May 15, 2012
Springtime is usually a great time to brighten up your wardrobe with light flowery scarves. However, I currently live in Arizona where it is already pushing high 90s! So for everyone out there who can still celebrate the changing of the seasons take a look at this year’s scarf collection from Anthropologie.
April 17, 2012
April 4, 2012
Today I would like a bag from Forestbound.
‘Forestbound uses exclusively found and salvaged textiles to create a line of durable, utilitarian tote bags. Boston-based designer, Alice Saunders, puts great effort into hunting for well-worn historic fabrics and hardware throughout New England.’
Even the pencil case is impeccable.
(Is it ok to admit that a $40 pencil case is tempting me right now?)