Jennie Kwon

Obsessed with thin rings, I’m always looking to add more delicate, barely-there bands to add to my ever growing stack. Thanks to designer Jennie Kwon‘s collection of minimalist precious metal jewelry, I can happily look no further. I recently had the opportunity to get personal with her series of stunning rings and had a blast playing with a multitude of stacking combinations. My absolute favorites are the cuffed rings dotted with tiny black and white diamonds. Must have!



(Jennie Kwon Jewelry $30 – $660 available here; images by HonestlyWTF)

Midsummer Madewell

The folks at Madewell really know how to lure us with their must-have staples season after season. The latest offerings? White linen shirts, broken-in boyfriend tees, graphic button downs, and of course denim for every day of the week. So crisp, so clean, and so perfect for summer.



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Karen Walker Resort 2014

New Zealand experienced the hottest summer in eight years while Karen Walker was designing her resort collection. Capturing the essence of those sweltering summer days with clear blue skies, this collection is full of joy and brightness. Tweedy lines, boyish trousers, and sheath dresses come in soothing shades of sky blue, corals, navy and are, of course, accessorized with her über popular sunnies. And take note of a graphic print inspired by isobaric maps! Once again, another cool collection . . . 

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DIY Straw Hat With Lola Hats

We were over the moon when our favorite milliner Lola Ehrlich, of Lola Hats, offered to show us how to DIY a feathered straw hat similar to one from her current collection of fabulous headwear. The Horchata, so aptly named, is literally a fiesta for your cabeza! And you’ll be surprised how simple it is to recreate it by simply injecting life into a plain straw hat with an assortment of colorful trim.


You’ll need:

  • a straw hat
  • 1 yard of 1/2″ rickrack
  • 1/2 yard of colored raffia
  • 1 1/2 yard of feather trim
  • tacky glue
  • an embroidery needle
  • an iron
  • a toothpick

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