Rarely do we ever share the same collection twice but Ulyana Sergeenko‘s spring couture lookbook is just too damn good not to swoon over it a second time. The hats, the gowns, the embroidered sunglasses, the cinched waists . . . the DRAMA! Honestly, mind blowing.
Kristy Gammill, a 34 year old artist and mother of three teenagers, finds inspiration in ancient textiles and flea market finds. Her impressionist-like paintings are so beautifully saturated in color, they would just about brighten anybody’s day.
A couple of weeks ago, we turned some vintage earrings into a pair of shoe clips. Inspired by Jolita‘s Mourning Necklace, we’re transforming vintage chains into pretty statement necklaces for spring this week. Sometimes antique rhinestone necklaces are just a tad too short and a bit too dainty so adding a bit of texture and color is the perfect way to add some much needed oomph.
I could never wrap my head around why my friends, who are blessed with gorgeous, bouncing curls, would even think about straightening their hair. This is coming from the naturally stick straight haired girl who got herself a perm several years ago. True story. It actually turned out beautifully, despite the noxious and arduous experience. Alas, the grass is always greener – we’re always wanting what we can’t have. So of course, I’m contemplating ditching the curling iron for another visit to the salon for some permanent waves. Change is a good thing, no?
Mustard has the ability to add a real happy and warm pop of color to your decor. It pairs fantastclly with grey, pink, and almost any natural tone. And whether you go bold with an upholstered piece of furniture or use it as an accent color, it’ll always get noticed.