8.31.2010

Loving...

This maxi-dress...specifically the back on this maxi-dress. Quite possibly the coolest "back on a dress" ever. Must pause to say that the maxi-dress is not my best look. Somebody (taller and thinner than me) needs to buy this so I can live vicariously through them.


This book...yes, I also posted this book last week over on Bliss. I'm that smitten.


These clogs...


and these too... They are officially on my fall shopping list. (We have a mild fall around here, so somehow what are essentially wooden sandals are totally appropriate. There are some benefits to warm weather I suppose.)


The genius lox papers blog...loving her collages. Fantastic. (spotted via rachel)


This killer bracelet...(I'm channeling my dad here -- he always says "killer", love that)


This completely dreamy ceiling. Really the entire room is dreamy. I love every detail, but I especially love that there's space to play and dream and create. I'm thinking a somewhat sparse kid's room is a good thing. (via ink and wit)


This sweet four-leaf clover necklace. A good gift, yes?

18 comments:

PS~Erin said...

Lovely choices... That does look like a very cool book. Have you seen this site http://www.bemboszoo.com?

Ana Degenaar said...

That dress is dreamy! and the room OH MY! That room could very well be the best kiddie room ever!
xo

Estelle said...

I am a bit obsessed with four-leave clovers so that little necklace is just perfect. And those nude clogs. So cute.

Danielle said...

That book!!!! Oh wow! It made me think of the Alphabeast stamps I had when I was little...that I think are around here somewhere. I need to go find them and show them to my son!!

molly said...

I keep meaning to buy that book ever since I spotted it in Peek Aren't you Curious. You just reminded me of it, I think that is a sign, no?

katemakes said...

i love that dress back too - wish i could pull it off but it creates a problem of support for my top front bits.

Julie said...

I love that dress! And that child's play room is so perfect:)

ps..Stop over for a giveaway today!
Julie xo

Kim in the Cove said...

I love the little boy's room - the nontraditional colors and kid-friendly sophistication. I think you're right that the American aesthetic in decorating children's rooms leans toward being visually overwhelming. I would think a child could think deep thoughts in this room and dream big dreams. :)

style'n said...

yes definitely a good gift and love the bangle and the maxi dress...great pics
naina

tammy said...

gorgeous dress (the back of). unfortunately it would be a bra nightmare for me.

absolutely love that room. added to my inspiration folder.

Jenni said...

Oh my goodness, I WANT that Alphabeasties book!!! I am a huge children's book lover!

Fern and Feather said...

so many beautiful things... mmm.... I love that sweet little room! Especially the chevron floors! dreamy.

suzi johnson said...

Love the back to that dress too!

About Last Weekend said...

What a wonderful cornucopia of things to brighten up my week of back to school palaver- thank you! ...Love that dress too, but after four kids I need all the pulleys and levers up top to make it work...nice to dream though..

nichole said...

Those clogs are on every foot in NYC. ;)

I overheard a woman saying she expedited shipping and paid a fortune to have them to wear to a party one weekend.

They are super cute.

Petit Eco Kids said...

I adore that kids space. The whole bedroom is just gorgeous!

Barchbo said...

I had the bottom pair of clogs in 1979 via Thom McAn - now you are making me wish I had kept them!

Love the child's room - making me very glad that we are going for minimal clutter and decor in our new arrival's room.

And I am addicted to the Lox Papers blog - it's so lovely!

Jen of Made By Girl said...

Oh I want that Matt & Nat bracelet ....

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