The good ol’ Western bandana . . . its storied past and fixture in pop culture makes it one inexpensive and timeless accessory. As long time collectors of bandanas, old and new, we love how these super chic ladies (and men) styled them wrapped around the neck, tied up in the hair or swathed around the wrist. As much as we’ve devoted to the traditional paisley patterned squares, we’ve recently been digging these hand printed and hand sewn versions from Japan as of late.
Tucked away in a nature reserve of mountainous Sant Llorenç del Munt, just outside of Barcelona, this restored farmhouse is just oozing with rustic charm and bohemian allure. The eclectic mix of colorful, mismatched details feels effortless yet so stylishly refined. There isn’t a bit of it I don’t absolutely love. And that outdoor patio? Dreamy!
I recently came across Czech illustrator Miroslav Sasek‘s set of reissued children’s travel books and instantly fell in love. After publishing the first of his This Is… series in 1959, M. Sasek continued to capture the essence of worldly destinations like London, Israel, Munich, San Francisco and Hong Kong, with his delightfully notable midcentury style. How wonderful that over fifty years later, these books are still being appreciated by children and adults alike.
For Love & Lemons’ latest lookbook boasts yet another dreamy collection of embroidered tulle and delicate lace dresses, cropped wrap tops and floor sweeping skirts. It’s all so femininely on point – always with the just the right amount of sexy. I’ll take it all and the tropical getaway, too.