Monthly Archives: January 2010
An indication of brilliant design? When this shape of the thing makes you want to do what it’s intended for. I wish to hang something on this and use it as a door pull at the same time. Win!
A stole. But silver. And not dead animal.
Available: Silver Fox Stole Necklace by Bbel via Etsy
Mackage can do no wrong. Which is why I tend to buy a new one every couple of years. Thank God for sales.
This time around, I decided to replace my 15+ year old leather jacket. Today, I welcomed Becca to the family. I can’t believe just how soft she is. It’s almost crazy, it is.
Organic forms that completely capture the animals they represent. Adore.
Read More: Manymals by Markus Diebel at NotCot.org
Layers are lovely. And I am surprisingly adoring of the stripes and the whole colour story.
Available: Layer Dress by Geren Ford
A) Anything that makes me think of me rules.
B) I love letterpress and typewriters.
C) And the idea of skeleton keys.
Letterpress Initial Necklace:
Vintage Typewriter Key Necklace:
Small Skeleton Key Necklace:
Gwen Delicious Necklaces via Etsy
This would’ve made today’s grey rain bearable.
Available: Oh Happy Day Ring by Weasel Factory via Etsy
In these, I would almost hit 5’7″. Also, motorcycle boots, but totally not.
Elle Canada tweeted about this Toronto-based designer today. I love everything in this collection. Simple, lovely, versatile.
It all makes sense now.