wear this there: westward.

we hear the words oyster bar and our interest is piqued — you add in a wes anderson theme and we are there. seattle’s union lake is home to westward, a bar and restaurant that sits amongst ships and serves up delights fresh from the sea. with every playful nod to nautical you can think of (including everyone’s favorite the life aquatic) the space is packed with... 
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minzuu collection | a giveaway.

meet M I N Z U U  — an online shop inspired and started by a group of enthusiasts for culture, history, and artisanal handicraft that curates handmade home goods from artisans around the world. All these beautiful products carried by M I N Z U U are made with traditional (and often endangered) craftsmanship and most of which are fair trade certified. From around the... 
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dash & albert dog beds: a giveaway!

Dash & Albert is mainly known for the wonderful rugs, but they also have a great collection of Dog Beds. The company is actually named after the founder, Annie Selke’s, two dogs, Dash and Albert. they very kindly sent my pup lucy a beautiful dog bed for our downtown studio and as you can see — lucy approved! lucy said we should give one away and how could i argue?... 
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tuesday’s girl: the blues.

when it comes right down to it, i’m a big fan of classic styles. i love a good peacoat, blue jeans and a white tee shirt, or blouse. i try and venture outside every once in a while and throw on some neon, but it’s not really me. navy, black and white, is pretty much a staple in my wardrobe. i love the look and i think it probably suits me, more than perhaps say,... 
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tuesday’s girl: gotta get away

spring break takes me back to my teenage days in palm springs. we went every year with my family, and i got to bring a friend. we’d stay at the tropicana motel – no great shakes, but i was happy. a little shuffleboard, a big swimming pool with a diving board. dr. pepper with wheat thins and that port wine cheese that came in a plastic tub for lunch. those were... 
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