Even though holiday shopping seems to start earlier and earlier every year, there’s always something to pick up last minute ^.~
Here’s the first of a new series dedicated to our favorite picks of the week.
Hi all~ Summer may be the best season imho but it goes by so fast! We’re finally settling back into a semi-normal routine after much traveling (check out our insta for pics from our most recent SoCal trip) which means a fall fashion post is long past due 😀
Without further ado, here are our recommendations for 5 easy pieces that encapsulate fall.
We’ve been lurkers of fashion blogs long before we ever decided to start our own. Every year, hundreds of new blogs seem to pop up, and it can be hard to sort through them all. Over the years, we’ve seen many fashion bloggers come and go, but here are some old favorites that have stuck around and new fashion ingenues to follow right now.
Of course, no gift guide would be complete without a list of gifts for the men in our lives. Think of this as the part 2 to our previous holiday guide to gifts for women, which you can find here. We’ve scoured the internet for the best gifts at a range for prices to please even the pickiest of men this year – whether it’s for the man who has everything or, conversely, the man who doesn’t know what he wants. Both are equally impossible to shop for, but hopefully there will be something for him on our list!
The first time I tried yoga, I found it boring and pointless. Fast forward to 2016, I’ve been practicing regularly for almost two years. Like any other sport, yoga can be many things. Heated v. unheated, slow v. fast, power vs. restorative, there’s a yoga out there for everyone. It’s just a matter of finding which one works best for you.
My first Power Yoga class, I finally got the yoga craze. The heat is addictive, the intensity just right. Once you find the right flow for you, it’s time to invest in a quality yoga mat. Today I’m sharing with all of you my worst to best mats and the recipe for my DIY mat cleaner.
Hello dear readers! Today’s surprise mid-week post showcases one our favorite craigslist finds: A Tabla task lamp designed by Mario Barbaglia & Marco Colombo for Italiana Luce. Barbaglia and Colombo are two architects and designers who got their start opening a design firm in Milan in the 1975. They are best known for their table lamps from the 80s and 90s, many of which are now featured in museum collections. Here, we’ve paired the lamp with a perpetual calendar from MOMA (old).
I first came across interior designer Mary McDonald’s work on the television show Million Dollar Decorators (a guilty pleasure that was, tragically, cancelled only after 2 seasons). Out of all the designers featured on the show, her work stood out to me the most for its consistent vision, striking patterns, and eye-catching color schemes, all the while maintaining a sort of elegance “with a backbone.”