tuesday’s girl: take cover.

head-scarf

Russian model Sasha Luss after Paco Rabanne, Paris, via vanessa jackman. i’ve always found scarves tied back in that way women in the 1960′s fashioned them, to be rather chic and stylish. it’s a super jackie-o look and one I remember my mum wearing from time to time. i still think a silk scarf looks great worn like this, and whenever i put the convertible... 
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tuesday’s girl: paris street style.

paris-street-style-pink-jacket

i was in anthropologie the other day, and i couldn’t help but pick up this cute little book, paris street style by Isabelle Thomas and Frederique Veysset. since i often spend entirely too much time blogging away in pajamas and cozy workout clothes, i sometimes literally forget how to dress. i mean, i know how to zip up my jeans, but my mind goes blank sometimes as to... 
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anthropologie’s a-b-c’s.

SWARM-LETTERS

i’m such a fan of work by artist leslie oschmann of amsterdam’s swarm already, and then i saw her new handpainted still life letters — swoon, sigh. designed and inspired by vintage oil paintings, leslie has created these handpainted letters for anthropologie, making them a perfectly unique and personal gift this season.  
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best bench ever.

swarm-bench

Artist and former Anthropologie visual director Leslie Oschmann breathes new life into found objects with her Amsterdam design studio Swarm. For this piece, anthropologie commissioned her to transform and repurpose pairs of antique stools into a bench-cum-work-of-art, using both leslie’s own sketches and once-forgotten found drawings. one of a kind, handmade in the netherlands.... 
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anthropologie: the magazine.

anthropologie

When decorating, a lot of us can’t just cut loose and spend a lot of money all at once. Like anything we do, we’ve got to create a decorating budget and take things slowly, adding elements to our homes over time, rather than in one fell swoop. so when anthropologie invited me to write about three different design budget scenarios for you in their magazine, i thought... 
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