Rapsodia Spring 2013

Warning: before you fall in love with Argentinian label Rapsodia, keep in mind that their über-romantic and bohemian threads are sadly not yet available here in the US. But it doesn’t mean we can’t continue to swoon over their spring collection – where jackets and dresses, inspired by embroidery and floral motifs from Thailand, Vietnam and Mynamar, are paired so perfectly with various washes and styles of denim. Bohemian rhapsody, indeed.


Dairy Farm

Located in the rural town of Roxbury Connecticut is an old dairy barn that was recently converted into a three-bedroom house. With over 7,000 square feet, the space is filled with amazing details like a circular sofa built around a white plaster hearth, a pizza oven, heated tile floors, and tons of light and open space.


Bing It On Challenge

As the Editor In Chief of HoenstlyWTF and HonestlyYUM, I’m constantly searching the web for interesting topics and most importantly, exceptional images. Tracking down beautiful and compelling imagery is essential to creating great content! And since I’m accustomed to using Google for most all of my online searches, I was skeptical yet curious to do a blind test to see if which search engine would actually win the Bing versus Google challenge. The test was simple as all I had to do was enter 5 search topics, pick the search results I liked best, and then wait to find out just who won the search test. I think you might be just as surprised as I was to discover the results!

1. Fishtail braids

2. Vintage classroom maps

3. DIY bracelets

4. Chocolate chip cookies recipe

5. Cloche hats

And the results? Drumroll please . . .

I noticed that not only was I opting for results that provided me with lots of images and results from a variety of sources, but I strayed away from sponsored results. I encourage you to take on the Bing It On challenge and decide for yourself which search engine you prefer!

Meadow Sweet

I’m simply in awe of this Harper’s Bazaar UK editorial, featuring spring’s most glorious florals enveloped in botanical illustrations. I’m definitely going to need to hunt down the May issue, which was published in collaboration with the V&A Museum in London, to add to my inspiration board. Honestly, stunning!


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