After perusing a few fashion blogs that were highlighting some of the runway shows in London I was more taken by the trends on the street. This comes as no big surprise, as many of the runway looks are over the top and of course the street looks are more attainable for a simple peasant like me. HA. Here are 3 looks I love for fall; all include a wonderfully tangerine piece.
As some of you may know, I was born to shop thrift. I pride myself on my one of a kind vintage finds. The only problem being, I tend to hoard what I find rather than showing it off to the world. I finally got around to taking some pictures of some of my best vintage pieces at the time and have them up for sale in my ETSY shop. The best part about selling vintage, preworn items, is that you can wear them too! These are some amazing pieces that I actually hate to part with myself, but alas I love sharing them with you.
I’ve never been one to rave over nail polish or nail art for that matter, but this nail artist has me swooning. These beautiful nail patterns are rave worthy. I would love them on my nails, my rugs, my walls, and my sheets! #patternlove
Sophie Harris-Greenslade is the talented artist behind these haute manicures. She is based in London and is in NYC this weekend. To do list: hunt her down.
I love the idea of this. I want to DIY my own headdress though.
Last minute Halloween costume idea: Pocahontas.
- Leather fringe vest from Simonetta Ravizzi
- Leather fringe skirt by Pinto Ranch
- Minnetonka moccasins from J. Crew
- Feather headdress from Flannel Designs
- Pamela Love Arrowhead necklace, bracelet, and rings.
- Pamela Love porcupine quill necklace
Do you see it yet? Yep, that’s an actual person. How amazing are these!? I’m dying to see one in person and hope the incredible Alexa Meade has a show in New York soon!
Ive been searching for some time now for a great photo of a fern in a cute apartment or home. I just can’t seem to locate one. I did however find this pretty awesome pic of some chick with a fern. It will do for now…. but alas, my search will continue.
Perhaps I’ll have to be the first to post a rad in home fern photo. Perhaps.
You must check out the rest of James Hopkins’ art. This piece, cleverly titled “Love Seat” is just a glimpse of his perspective work.
There is just something so wonderful about this word-less book. Ariana Boussard-Reifel cut out each individual, thoughtfully placed, word.