31.1.12

OH MY MARINA

Stylist Marina Munoz simply has the best style.  





















AMICA

Aspettando Pimavera
Egle Tvirbutaite photographed by Tiago
Amica February 2012




via Visual Optimism

30.1.12

REFORMATION X SPRING AND CLIFTON

Vintage baja's and repurposed leather (ie: genius) . . . available in The Reformations NY/LA stores as well as online here!

shot by Kenneth Capello
cameo by skateboarding legend Steve Olson





A LITTLE MONDAY MORNING DROOL

via a few of my favorite tumblrs: 











IN MY (CARRYON) BAG BABY

cause a reader asked what was in here. . . 



*Burton travel bag


*Vintage wool cable-knit cardigan 


*Cashmere J.Jill hat: similar one for sale here


*Frye Erin Chelsea boots: I'm selling a similar pair (Frye Dorado Chelsea) here


*Coach Station Bag: tons of vintage ones for sale on Etsy


*Madewell Wearmaster leather jacket: an XS of the same jacket for sale on Ebay here


Shedrain umbrella: here

28.1.12

25-50% ETSY SALE!

I am doing an early Spring-cleaning on my Etsy site and have re-listed most of my pieces for 25-50% off their original prices!  Come check them out before they're gone! 




UNITED STATES OF TARA, AND BROWN BEARS

Eric and I blew through all three Watch-It-Nowable seasons of Showtime's United States of Tara these last few weeks.  Toni Collette is amazing as Tara, a wife mother of two, who is coping with an intense case of disassociate personality disorder.  Tara's disorder was brought on by a traumatic experience in her youth and has resulted in seven (by the end of the series) alternate personalities.  The delightful "Aiden" from SATC is her loving and supportive (most of the time) husband.

 In the third season, her daughter kate wears this freakin' awesome bear jumper that I just had to find online.

 Whelp, I found it, and nope, I can't afford it.  

But I still wanted to share it with you guys.
Kate's dress is by Lu Flux and is about $400




On a somewhat-related bear note, I also love this: 

The Great Sleeping Bear by Eiko Ishizawa, 2007




seen over on http://wetbehindthears.com/