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yes please – gold-dipped baggus

yes please - The Gold Dipped Striped Baggu Shoulder Bag

Well I am already a pretty big advocate of the Baggu, especially this size which I can’t seem to get enough of. They do such a great job creating simple, easy to pair pieces that are also very functional. And their eye for color is equally spot on, which is why it is so hard to choose just one. So imagine my delight when I saw the gold-dipped baggu tote and weekender – a collaboration between Baggu and West Elm. Stripes? Gold? I’ll say yes please to almost anything with either of the two.

yes please - The Gold Dipped Striped Baggu Weekender Bag




flora + form – #1

flora + form - plum and persimmon flowers and room

flora + form - seal blue and brass flowers and dress

flora + form - orchid and grey flowers and room

flora + form - taupe and tangerine flowers and dress

All flowers artfully created by Saipua, their pairings by 1, 2, 3, 4.




yes please – sud de sur

Sud de Sur Madera Mini Bag in Cognac

One of my favorite new accessories companies is Sud De Sur. Inspired by a road trip to Big Sur, Los Angeles based couple, Barrett Prendergast and André Vippolis, combined their diverse backgrounds in fashion and photography to create a brand aesthetic reflective of their taste, travels, and sensibility. The manifestation of this is Sud De Sur. And it is perfect.

The modern yet timeless designs, the astutely conjured color palette, and the impeccable construction speak to the couples’ innate design sense and their easygoing, worldly style.

Sud de Sur Topanga Clutch pink

Sud de Sur Madera Mini Bag California Clutch

Sud De Sur Topanga Clutch Orange

A luxury accessories company informed by nature, the elements, and the rich California landscape, Sud de Sur is evocative of the modern bohemian lifestyle. With uncompromised attention to quality of construction and detail, Sud de Sur is dedicated to creating timeless pieces that are dynamic, playful, and sophisticated. The collection includes the Madera Mini, the California Clutch, and the Topanga Clutch which have all quickly become favorites amongst the stylish and in-the-know.

Sud de Sur's California Clutch in Orange and Topanga Clutch in Coral

And now you know, too… and you should also know that they’re made in LA! Love it so.

Sud De Sur Topanga Clutch in Desert




behold BHLDN

This week Anthropologie launched its new wedding line BHLDN. And lo and behold, it is exquisite. So feminine, so playful – so extravagant, so chic. The details are wonderful, the ruching, the layers, the pleats, the crocheted embellishments, the scalloped hems, the eyelet lace, the feathers, the flowers… Whichever girl you are, there is something for you. Whether barefoot in the sand, corseted at the Plaza, overflowing in tulle on your church steps, or sipping sazeracs in your shift, there is something for you. And if you aren’t sure which you are BHLDN has devised a simple test to help you determing which you are… I did… and they told me this:
What do you think? Is it me?
Have a look at what BHLDN has to offer and to see what king of bride you are!
All images courtesy of BHLDN.



she hit pause

A little moody, a little nostalgic, and a little naughty. I love these images from She Hit Pause Studios. Photographer Matt Schwartz captures his version of the pin-up girl in these raw and scratchy, yet dreamy and wistful polaroids. His work is described as walking into a memory. All of these images and more are available from She Hit Pause Studios, commissioned work and unique wedding photography are also offered.



"If Edie Beale went to camp"

I was so excited to see J.Crew’s recent preview of their Fall 2010 Collection – not only because of their inspirational styling, their consistently apropos palettes, and the fact that their designs always, remarkably, answer the question, “what do I want?” before I have even asked – but because this season all this was delivered with a nod to the iconic Edie Beale.

Photo courtesy of My Grey Gardens

Creative Director Jenna Lyons describes the inspiration for the collection as “if Edie Beale went to camp.” Edie Beale, also known as “Little Edie”, was a socialite, model, and cabaret performer who was first cousins with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. She is perhaps best known for her portrayal in Albert and David Maysles documentary film Grey Gardens which documented her life with her mother at their East Hampton estate. The film captures her singular style – her carefully chosen “costumes” – a mash of eccentricities and layered memories from her fading station, artfully adorned with jewels and relics from a life once grand.

Photo courtesy of here.

The Fall 2010 Collection captures this patchwork styling, mixing military, utilitarian elements with unexpected luxuries and eclectic statement pieces.

Photos courtesy of J. Crew.

Thank you for a truly lovely, inspiring, and thoughtful collection.

Photos courtesy of Vogue.



chalked interiors

I love the latest styling from Anthropologie’s website, the sets are painted entirely in chalkboard and the rooms and interiors are drawn-in in chalk. What an inspiring idea, it could have interesting applications in the home or in a retail environment.

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