two new cards are available today!
Introducing a new folded invitation today – Sweets for the Sweet!
And re-introducing Merci as a folded card this season!
It’s a perfect morning in NYC today. Cool on the shady side of the street and warm on the sunny side and not a cloud in the sky. Everyone is eating croissants, walking their tiny dogs and wearing their “its almost the weekend” best.
Saw this cropped trench, LWD and big shades and loved it. Its perfect LWD weather but it will probably pour rain in about five hours so the trench was genius. She had on different shoes though. I almost stopped her and told her to go buy these Dolce Vita summer staple sandals because they were the only thing stopping her from having the perfect Thursday morning outfit.
So, when I’m out and about creepily noticing peoples outfits, I tend to end up in home design stores no matter where I was actually trying to go. John Derain Company is especially dangerous as it is on my normal route to go to yoga. I go there at least once a week to contemplate the 75 dollar candles and to visit this pink chair. The one above isn’t exactly like the one at the store, but its the same idea.
I love this chair so much but sadly when you live with a boy in an apartment the size of most peoples closets, you cant just bring home a pink chair and expect him to embrace having it in the one room that is big enough to actually hold chairs. Thus our chairs are very gender neutral. (Well, I did sneak in one ikat chair… shhhh!)
So anyone who was in New York yesterday will understand how much respect I have for this girl. I saw her bravely walking through soho, in a tube top and high wasted maxi though it was raining and freezing out despite it now being June. That is dedication to fashion right there.
I’m very grateful to her for looking so bohemian and interesting on such a terrible day. I was a little worried that the day after I launch my “blog sketch every day” plan, it poured rain and the temperature dropped 30 degrees making for very few interesting sketching subjects on the street. So thank you, random midriff-exposing girl for the inspiration.