spring forward.

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spring has sprung — so it’s time to get outside and embrace it! the lovely folks at papillionaire bicycles invited me to share their vintage-inspired dutch style city bikes with you, so i thought it was the perfect opportunity to create my very own easter-like parade. i’ve had this idea floating around my brain for a while now, and i knew the ideal person... 
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a new look for scarfshop.

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i’ve ‘known’ the lovely and multi-talented martha mcquade for years and years now, but only online. we finally had a chance to meet up last week while she was here visiting san francisco, and sat down to chat about what’s new with SCARFSHOP, her online shop. martha creates stunning bespoke scarves that are dyed by hand in small batches in Martha’s... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds from Annie Teng / sfgirlbybay

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. Interior designer, Susanna Vento, has outdone herself yet again. 2. Accentuate your houseplants with geometric pleats. 3. Fawning over this spectacularly-styled space in Stockholm. 4. This kitchen nook is complete with a pretty pendant. 5. Achieve everyday chic with the perfect black-and-white uniform. Happy Friday, Annie  
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the great big ban.do bag giveaway.

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valentine’s day is coming early for you this year! because, know what? ban.do is giving away not just one, but two of their very awesome everything totes — and you get to choose your color! metallics are still big for ban.do — gold, rose gold, and introducing silver. we’re all totally digging that cool tone. in true ban.do fashion, their new collection... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds from Annie Teng / sfgirlbybay

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. Picturesque views from a concrete house on the Danube 2. Paloma Wool, an otherworldly meeting of fashion and photography 3. Yet another delightful collection from Ferm Living for SS15 4. The natural elements of this chair from Danish brand, by Lassen 5. Precious and thoughtful DIY edible gifts in jars Happy Friday, Annie  
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