Planning My Trip to Japan

As previously mentioned, Simon has been in Japan for work (he returns today, hooray!) and I will be joining him on his third business trip there in January. To say I’m excited would be an understatement. I’ve never been anywhere in Asia and Japan has long been on my bucket list. I can’t wait to explore the beautiful temples, eat endless sushi, and of course, shop! Have you ever been to Japan…? What museums/boutiques/restaurants did you love…? We’ll be in Tokyo and Kyoto (I read they have a pug cafe!?) and I would love to hear your tips! Below, in celebration of my upcoming trip, I’ve rounded some fun Japan-inspired finds. While I’m there I hope to buy some blue and white ceramics, lacquered chopsticks, woodblock prints, stationery (I’ve heard the selection is amazing!), Comme des Garçons Play tees, and so much more. Can’t wait to hear your Japan travel tips! READ POST

Sezane Launches Their Winter Collection

Sezane’s winter collection has landed online and they’re offering free express shipping in the U.S. The new season’s looks are just as chic as we’ve come to expect from the Parisian cult classic. I can’t help but covet each and every piece! Above, the seriously chic Charlotte Hat. Below, explore more of my new Sezane favorites. READ POST

A Connecticut Christmas by Jenny Wolf

Interior designer Jenny Wolf (remember her Brooklyn townhouse?) spruced up a client’s Connecticut home for the holidays and the result has plenty of festive charm. Published by House Beautiful, the Litchfield county home forgoes the usual red and green Christmas palette in favor of a fresh blue and white. I especially love the tassel trim skirted table and scalloped slipper chair pictured above (love Les Touches!).  Below, explore more of the lovely home. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! READ POST

Danielle Rollins’ Charming Atlanta Abode

Veranda recently published the colorful Atlanta home of author and tastemaker Danielle Rollins. Her previous home was decorated by Miles Redd, but this masterpiece Danielle designed all by herself. I love the timeless Toile de Nantes on the living room walls, the classic blue and white kitchen, and the coral pink dressing room (can you even imagine getting ready there each morning?!). Explore more of Danielle’s lovely home below. READ POST