1. Necklace by Gouttedeterre. The beauty of porcelain dipped in the richness of gold equals perfection.
2. Ice cream necklace by Rabbits Fantasy World. An ice cone pendant to make you look forward to summer, and a “lick me” message you can interpret as you please.
3. Braided ring by Doron Merav. This is definitely a special piece of jewelry, but once that’s made to last forever.
4. Colored necklace by xoias meNinas. The definition of romantic colors, in a simple and fun necklace. And guess what: the plastic drops are actually spoons!
5. Cactus earrings by Eried. Ok, these may have something close to hearts on them, but they’re so delicate that they’re absolutely not tacky.
6. Pink bangle by Rosella Resin. One of the loveliest resin pieces I’ve ever seen, in delightful honeysuckle and gold leaf.
Is everyone excited for Valentine’s Day? Whether you’re celebrating or not, I’m pretty sure you won’t be able to resist this pretty pin. It has neon pink, cross stitch, and a cute heart, which makes it wearable all year round. And with just a few minor twitches, you can use your creativity to turn it into a pendant. Since I’m more of a pin person, that’s what I made. And this is how I did it:
What you need:
- 16 hole button (available here)
- red or pink thread + needle
- felt scraps
- strong glue
- brooch pin
- heart template (pictured above)
Thread your needle and cross stitch the heart, using the chart (third picture from the top). This should take less than five minutes. Next, use the round pin to outline a circle of the same size on the felt. Cut it out and make sure it fits, as you will use this to cover the back of the pin.
Stitch the brooch pin on the felt, towards the upper side, or glue it if you like. Next, glue the felt part to the plastic pin, using strong glue.
Hedvig of The Northern Light is more high-fashion that most of the bloggers I follow. Even though her clothes are out of my league, I can’t help but feel charmed by the minimalist aesthetic. The neutral colors she wears and the simple lines make her look polished at all times. I’m utterly in love with that light gray coat, which seems to be going perfectly with anything. A dream. Oh, and can you believe she has a baby? She certainly doesn’t look it.
Play: My favorite contemporary Romanian band, Moonlight Breakfast, and their newest single, “My Baby“.
Wear: All the best stuff from &Other Stories, perfectly styled in this androgynous/feminine photoshoot with Michelle Harper and Jenny Shimizu.
Watch: I was surprised to hear many people didn’t like Her. I admit I expected way more of it, but I did love it visually.
Eat: Ricotta gnocchi by A Cup of Jo, obviously because comfort food.
Make: Breakfast in bed for yourself or your sweetheart. This printable kit has everything you need, from placemat to door hanger.
I didn’t see any Lana Turner movies, even though she acted for over 50 years. This shot of her in Hollywood is from the beginning of her career, in 1939, when she looked particularly cool in high waist pants and a checkered shirt. I’m not sure if this was a setup or a snapshot, but it’s a very glamorous way to walk the dog!
Image source – Life | Pants – Topshop | Shirt – Topshop | Shoes – BAIT Footwear
1. Mountain notebook by Little Alexander. The perfect notebook for writing down travel thoughts from the middle of nature.
2. Alpine print dress by Bluebell and the Fox. Digital prints are still cool, and this dress is a nice compromise between fashion and love of nature.
3. Deer print by Paper Sparrow. This illustration is so inspirational, I just love the colors and the simple shapes.
4. Mountains pillow by Three Bad Seeds. I could fill up my couch with these pillows! They’re really pretty, but still masculine enough for boys to allow them.
5. Mountains mug by Asleep from Day. These rounded peaks would be perfect for morning coffee up in a cabin in the woods.
6. Wooden ring by Whimsy Milieu. These mountain rings are the prettiest! They probably look lovely layered on the same finger.
Dress – c/o 6KS | Blouse – vintage | Hat – Meli Melo | Tights – Primark | Shoes – Max Shoes
In the blink of an eye, I’ve become obsessed with yellow. I noticed I always pin runway and street style looks featuring this color, and I’m inclined to pick the yellow dress when I see it in a shop. It just pops. I’m not fully sure that this is a good color on me. But honestly, I don’t really see this thing where a certain color goes with a certain skin tone. Sure, redheads look particularly good in green and blue, and women of color sparkle in brights (I’m looking at you, Lupita!), but otherwise my narrow mind thinks everything goes on everyone. I’m just libertine that way.