We're in the midst of getting another zillion or so feet of snow. Aside from being just plain sick of seeing snow, I hate it because it makes me want to hole up and be a big lazy butt.
But I might try and dig myself out for an auction tomorrow, and perhaps we'll find the energy for dinner or a movie. Hopefully everyone else will have a fabulous weekend, and if you're in warmer climates, enjoy the sunshine for me!!
I'm sort of insanely luck that B. is not only willing, but likes to take care of all of our plants. Otherwise there would be a stark lack of plants in our house, as I would have easily killed them off long ago.
The ever wonderful Cece from one of my longtime favorite blogs (in all of its incarnations), Rock & Revolution, posted these über cool pants over the weekend and I'm smitten. They remind me of a pair of jeans that I had (so long ago now that I won't even mention just how long) and loved to death.
Don't they seem just as cool now as they did, you know, whenever that was?
I've always had a liking for this Louis Vuitton scarf, but it's not until recently that I've really started to want one. And of course, as is with most of the things I crave, it's very expensive. $715 for a single scarf. And from what everyone says, it gets runs easily. But still, it's oh so pretty...
We don't have a house that's quite right for this style, but I can still admire it from afar. Low sofas might seem a little too "college dorm room" if not for the sophisticated and bright colors/prints. I feel like these would be crazy/amazing for entertaining -- just add wine and good friends!!
Pics: Flickr, Apartment Therapy, and DesiretoInspire
... but only because I love you so much! Today I found EXACTLY what I want to wear to get married in. EXACTLY. I've lusted over beautiful wedding dresses before, but this is the first time I've said, "That is what I want to be married in."
It's perfect. It has little sleeves, it's got a slim silhouette, it's not too frou frou, and it has just enough detail to make it special.
It's actually a tiered skirt and top. While the top is a very manageable "I'd order you right now" $600, the skirt costs... wait for it... $3200.00. Big pouty, frowny face.
I've spent a good chunk of change before on a bag or a fur vest, but $3200 on a skirt just seems like, well, a lot. Le sigh...
After the supermodels of the 90s, there seemed to be a short period where everyone on the catwalk was a pinch bland. But that has definitely passed, as there are girls out there now with crazy/amazing looks. Constance Jablonski = a favorite.
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