Saturday, May 1, 2010


I apologize for the delay, faithful reader (I'm looking at you, C.)! I did not have internet for a few weeks, but just had it re-installed/established this morning. So, hurrah!

Necklaces. I like them. Here are some specific ones I found recently.

This necklace, by Gosia, is fun and simple. I have a tendency to wear shirts that may be slightly lower cut than necessary (no judging here), and I believe the necklace would compliment the neckline well.
Another Gosia necklace I really enjoyed was this 'Infinity' line. It's amazingly simple but elegant and lovely and I want to be wearing it now.

Moving on from Gosia, this last necklace by MissSophisticate is really cute. In case I haven't been fairly one note and obvious yet, I like simple lines and clean cut designs. This follows that quite well. I love it!!

The end!

Sunday, April 11, 2010


I like tea. Also, teapots and cups in which to pour tea. Here are some tea related items I love.
These cups (shown above) from Uptown Avenue are super cute. Yeah, I know that they're mustaches placed on already made cups, but I'm okay with that and love them for their simplicity and quirkiness.

This teapot from Storytelling Ravens is SO cute. It's charming. It's dear. It screams tea time.

This teapot by Floating Earth Ceramics is awesome for its functionality as well as unique design. I love trees possibly more than my love for tea, so combining the two really raises the bar for future works to impress me.

This last teapot
, by JStu, is so FUN. I have to admit, the hat is slightly throwing off my love for it, but the clever craftsmanship of the actual elephant, as well as the skill of making it LOOK like an elephant, makes up for the bright 'hat'. And it's FUNCTIONAL. I love it. The shop also has an amazing amazing amazing Fish teapot that I would like in my possession as we speak.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Pretty Awesome.

I have an unhealthy obsession with bags. (such as Caged and Free from Anthropologie)

Though I have a larger obsession with staying out of debt, so really I suppose it hasn't crossed the line into unhealthy yet. (But I really like Alfresco, also sold by Anthropologie).

There's something to be said about a wonderful, large bag (perhaps a Twisted Metal Doctor's Bag from Urban Outfitters).

Oh well, wishful thinking for now.

Friday, April 2, 2010


This skirt by NY and Co makes me very happy for spring. I wore it to clinic, only to have my supervisor exclaim "whoa! you have legs!!". This immediately made me self-conscious that perhaps I was underdressed for clinic, but also pretty excited. I paired mine with a blue shirt, as I am way too pale to pull off too much white.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010


This painting by Amy Giacomelli is for sale on her Etsy shop, among others. I have been a quiet fan for months, but Orbit (the beautiful creation shown above) takes the cake.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Pretty awesome.

This knee-high sock comes from Ozone Socks, a site my friend recently directed me to after we discussed our mutual appreciation of socks and tights. While checking out all the site had to offer, I found their Sock of the Month club. When I was in middle school, I attempted to create such a club (I had lofty goals even back then). To see one in action thrills me. If only I had $100 to spend on socks and related items!


This scarf, from ModCloth, is pretty. It is comprised of two things I love; the color purple and scarves. No, not that Color Purple.