Daydreaming of a Parisian getaway where my only worries are: what to wear by the pool and what friends would I like to write letters to, all while I re-cleanse in sunshine. Wouldn't it be nice?
(PS: This is another view of the Sunglasses. I could die in these.)
Between my Italian language course and David's famiglia, I can't seem to get enough of pasta. As his Nonna taught me, even with the simple combination of garlic oil, salt & pepper; it is perfecta.film noir cooking spoons are sure to get you into your best cooking zone. Add a framed print to the middle of the table and you have yourself a dinner to remember.
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I think this film will be my year's Midnight in Paris. I can feel the nostalgia, for a decade I did not live in, already ensuing. Charmed by the female's wardrobe, I have created my own version of her look.
I think it's safe to say we all have a crush on the pretty and the darling, Michelle Williams. She has charmed us all with her pixie cut, and Marilyn Monroe persona in My Week with Marilyn. This dress is another precious idea for Valentine's day. Adorn yourself in lovely little kisses. I also adore the short sentiment in this photo!
Valentine's day is approaching which can mean wardrobe panic for some. Here's a sweet idea to take from Kat Hessen by Viktor Vauthier for Tank's ad campaign. Add kisses and hugs to a dress that is already in your closet. xoxo!
Can you name them all? Answers below the poster! This cute collection of characters was made by Noelle Stevenson. Perfect guide for a dress-up party, I love my stripes!
Top row: Sailor, old-timey bathing couple, Captain America, the Lollipop Guild, strong man, Abed
Second row: Tattooed lady, Timmy from Jurassic Park, mime, Harry Potter, scene kid, Rocky, Audrey Hepburn, Bananas in Pajamas, Noelle Stevenson herself
Third row: Marvel Sandman, Isabella and Hugo Cabret, Juno, pirate, Coraline, Charlie Pace, Mathilda, referee, Waldo
Fourth row: Freddy Kreuger, Sweeney Todd and Mrs. Lovett, Raggedy Ann/Andy, the Fourth Doctor, Margot Tenanbaum, BBC's John Watson, a stereotypical Frenchman, Rat from The Fantastic Mr. Fox
Fifth row: inmate, Miette from City of Lost Children, a gondola man, Bumblebee, Tweedle-dee and Tweedle-dum, a preppy bro, and a barbershop quartet.
Make an entrance.
Be swept off your feet.
Twirl and jump.
DIY ice cream balloons.
Transform your transport.
At first sight.
As you may or may not already know, I am a huge print lover. This S/S '12 collection caters to my every adoration. I can't pink between the cats and the clouds. Which one is your favorite?
View entire collection at Vogue UK
Along with the Hunger Games and more of John Green, I like to keep my reading list balanced with comic relief. Here our my 4 top picks in that category. What is a book that you've read that is side splitting and entire-day-smile provoking?
- wedding simply
- BREATH PALETTE
- POOL PREP
- PASTA LOVER
- moonrise kingdom
- kiss me dress
- PRETTY SWEET
- xo dress
- 50 characters who wear stripes
- LETS FLY AWAY
- eat cake for breakfast
- ROALD DAHL
- FUNNY GIRL
- VICTORIA BY VICTORIA BECKHAM
- SILLY BOOKS
- super pinup girls
- CHOCOLATE CUPS
- jason wu for target
- take a vacation
- BRING BALLOONS
- ARE YOU A MATCHBOOK GIRL?
- ▼ January (22)