p.p.s. i'd like one, thanks.
i am late to the game with this wood you be mine faux bois log from something's hiding here, but i wish i wasn't. i'd have loved to pick up a few to give as valentines. (not that i have more than one true valentine, but you know how it goes.)
i won a trip to seattle, courtesy of ms. rachel thurston.
yes, i am serious. no, i can't believe it.
i'm still reeling, but just wanted to tell the world. so, that's all.
AND, THANK YOU, RACHEL THURSTON!
(that's rachel's amazing photo above, but look at it on her site because mine doesn't do it justice.)
i keep seeing these really great pieces from comptoir des contonniers over at ellenitza (great style, if you didn't know already) and had to check it out for myself.
i like what i see. can't wait to see what spring & summer looks they come up with.
so the & lake and stars has only recently become a favorite. you can see why.
but the photography in their spring & summer lookbook?
wow. WOW. you can see why. it's by tom hines, who obviously does some extraordinary work.
p.s. don't forget to check out the gilt sale for the lake & stars today... it starts at 11 cst. good luck!
something i especially love about joe is that he shares my wanderlust. we've been on so many perfect trips together, and i can't wait to check more destinations off my list with him.
wouldn't it be fun to chronicle your journeys, or where you met, or where your home is with these vintage map hearts from bombus?
i've kind of been on a quest lately for a bullet bra. i haven't seen one prettier than this from rigby & peller. inspired by a vintage piece of their own, the sweet pink number celebrates the company's 70th anniversary.
now, that's some serious lingerie.
psst. take a look at the ruffly high-waisted bottom, too.
by caroline duke on Saturday, January 30, 2010
i've said it before... you know how sometimes people are just too creative for their own good?
that's kind of the case with susan of freshly picked. case in point? these teeny tiny moccasins.
they're maaaaybe the cutest little things i ever did see.
by caroline duke on Thursday, January 28, 2010