Asusual I am in love with Erin Considine’s new collection. Her mix of metals and textiles leads to such a beautiful, organic and rustic marriage in jewelry. Also, can we talk about how beautiful the light and the model in her Spring 2013 Lookbook are? Swoon.
I love, love, love DryLake Jewelry. Using vintage charms and chains as well as vintage-inspired multiples their jewelry is truly one of a kind. I love the mixed metals, vintage chains and the triangle and diamond themes. I will take one of each, please.
I had every intention of finishing up the Holiday Gift Guide posts I had planned, but instead I spent the end of last week and all weekend sick on my couch. I realize it may be too late for this holiday season, but I thought I would post some of the collections I have been bookmarking for the past few weeks. First up is jewelry!
I am head over heels for Erin Considine’s Spring ’11 line. The metal and natural textures play off each other beautifully, and don’t you think the photos in her look book are gorgeous? They are so ethereal and natural. I love everything about this.
These ladies have so much spirit! This video (via Nomadic D.) is amazing and so inspiring. It was made by Lila Plioplyte and Ari Seth Cohen for The Nowness (Cohen also has a lovely blog called Advanced Style that you should check out).
I am immediately injecting more fun and color into my wardrobe. I am also going to pull out some of my bolder flea market finds more often and wear them unabashedly.
*Side note: I have been kind of obsessed with “Most Wanted” by The Cults lately, and have listened to it multiple times a day the past few weeks. It fits this video well!
After posting about the Nada SAWAYA clutches I started thinking about how much I love natural wooden accessories. I rounded up some of my favorites on Etsy (I hope you like the new roundup format!) and am itching to buy all seven–if only those clogs were a few sizes smaller! Natural wood is such a laid back and perfect summer accessory.