Something about this darling girl in her Warby Parker frames stopped me in my tracks. The blue eyes? The dimples? The boho chic hat? I can’t quite put my finger on it, but her quirky beauty is tops in my book.
In celebration of the return of the Domino magazine archives (you can now find them at Brides.com) I thought I’d post the charming apartment of former Domino editor Tori Mellott. The archived images are big and gorgeous (thank you Brides!) and some, I think, have never been published until now. Mellott’s jewel box abode was always one of my favorites and I’m so thankful to once again have access to the images. I don’t know what I’m more jealous of—the handsome stripes or her book collection?!
More fantastic art for your walls! The artist’s name is Emma Leonard and she hails from Melbourne, Australia. I just love how she’s used the watercolors to exaggerate the girls’ unruly locks, don’t you? Frame it on your wall and all your friends will be jealous.
Charming stationer Cheree Berry recently installed an interactive exhibit using her pretty papers at the Kate Spade boutique in St. Louis, Missouri. The entrance was covered with hundreds of brightly colored mini envelopes containing witty suggestions such as “eat cake for breakfast” and “sing outside the shower.” What sweet little souvenirs!
I’ve always dreamed of owning a little independent bookshop so these images of Slightly Foxed in London made my heart skip a beat. The bright blue and white color palette is terribly charming and just look at all those books! The world needs more little spots of heaven like this…
(spotted on the fantastic RDuJour)
“Life is not a matter of holding good cards, but of playing a poor hand well.”
Robert Louis Stevenson