Article written by me for Freshly Picked. Features their most adorable baby moccasin (I wish they came in my size)!
Today for my Modern Find I have a lifesaving slip! Honest. You know those dresses that are shear all over that you just wish you had a perfectly fitted nude slip to go under? Don’t worry I gotcha covered, literally!The Honey Slip by Honey of California is a dream. My closet is full of shear dresses that are hard to find slips that do just what I want them to do! But with this sleeved, (there is also a tank version and a black version) light-weight, and fitted just right slip I know I won’t be showing anything I wasn’t planning on.
Some music to get you into the spirit:
“Now I’m Still Feeling Blue…”
Recently I bought this bell sleeve dress at Zara on sale! I’ve been waiting and hoping it would, and just my luck there was one left in just my size. Woohee, something about denim for me this summer. I gotta wear it everyday, I have to wear it from head-to-toe.
This color blue, it just goes so well with red. Zara also had these vintage inspired bright red sunglasses! I’ve also had my eye on them and I was so excited to see them on sale.Sometimes it’s hard to come up with creative or unique accessories. I get bored with the typical necklace but I don’t get bored with my pins.
We got the “Devour a Book” pin. (Should I literally have a book for dinner?)
Notice my painted face pin. My 5×5′ self portrait was in a juried art show while I was still at school. They had promotional pins with the art on them. I took all the ones that had my face on it of course.
Still feeling blue?
Here ya go, shop your blue heart out! (Click photo to direct link)
Wanna shop some fun pins?
Explorer’s Press just has that unique touch. I got a couple of these for presents for people for Christmas last year. Tanner received the Sensitive Artist pin, Walker (my bro-in-law), was the person I got for Secret Santa, so with his gift I attached the Explorer pin.
photos by Walker Boyes
So you would think that I love getting my nails done… Turns out, I could do without. I have maybe been twice in my life, and one was for my wedding. Sure a little hand rub feels nice but I mean $20, $30 for nail polish that I will literally scratch off in two seconds. NO THANK YOU!
But a girls got to have a little color on her nails. I use my hands a lot! For lots of things that would make wearing nail polish pretty much impossible. Passing the nail aisle row at Target in the beginning of the summer I spotted this great blue color. I picked it out just based off the color. At home I realized it was a Miracle Gel nail polish by Sally Hansen. As we know gel nail polish should stay for two weeks. So I was intrigued to see if this really would work, without the lights of the fancy nail salon, without the special treatment.
So I followed the directions, two coats and then a clear top coat. Recently I have been restoring some mid century chairs. Grinding, sanding, wet sanding, polishing, stains, etc. and so forth. I thought this would totally chip my nails. Guess what? It didn’t! I have had this nail polish on for more than two weeks and it has stayed pretty much perfect.
I have literally been wearing this color all summer long because I am so impressed with this stuff. I think it’s time to get yourself over to target and pick yourself out some Sally Hansen’s Miracle Gel Nail Polish. You won’t be disappointed.
You probably don’t know her. But you’ve probably have her pinned in one of your pinboards.
A Russian style icon, part designer (Tzipporah), part stylist, part consultant and full-time mom! PHEW! You go girl! Natasha Goldenberg is a daring and playful dresser. She doesn’t take herself too seriously. Mixing loud colors and patterns, wearing extravagant headpieces, wearing oversized anything, this girl takes risks and I like it!
I wouldn’t mind going shopping in her closet. So much color, texture, pattern! I barely can contain myself.
She gives me a reason to get up the morning and put on the most wild thing I own!
I need to follow her lead and embrace the silly, the eccentric, the collective, the colorful Caitlin.
Sources: The Coveteur |