Happy Thanksgiving!! We hope you are having a wonderful and thankful holiday! From 11:30am – 12pm PST Saturday, we will be tweeting a quick and easy holiday-themed DIT (Do It Together). Let’s get our craft on, friends! Follow us on Twitter here.
(image from Sunday Suppers)
Boots, lace, knits, fringe, denim, and a touch of effortless je ne sais quoi . . . we like.
(images from here)
Ummm . . . honestly? These personalized bikes are only in their conceptual phase but I want one. Now. Badly.
Phil Oh spotted this elegant Charlotte Olympia Pandora clutch during Paris Fashion Week and we spotted a DIY. Prada, Chanel & Fendi seem to be seeing clearly too because let’s face it, nothing says “I ain’t got shit to hide” like a transparent clutch.
- a clear rectangular hinged box from The Container Store
- a pretty knob from Anthropologie
- a pair of pliers or a wrench
- a heavy duty wire cutter
- a drill
- a pointed drill bit
WTF there’s more »
A whistle around the neck is the symbol for Falling Whistles, a nonprofit campaign for peace and aid for children in the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo. During the past 10 years, roughly 6 million people have died, and nearly 1,500 people continue to lose their lives daily. Many of those lives are young boys, too small to carry guns; instead, they carry whistles and are on the front lines of war. Sean Carasso started Falling Whistles to raise money for child rehabilitation programs and advocacy through the sale of whistle pendants. Be a whistleblower for peace and get your whistles here.