Fabulous Fashions Gift Guide

Left. The Phoebe (Scarlet) by Snoozer Loser Right. Green Acorn Necklace by Nea, Canvas Market Tote by Jautron, and Birdland Necklace by Paige Russell With the start of a new exhibition, I always like to hunt around for an hour or so (or more) and take a GOOD look at EVERYTHING on the site. I … Continue reading

Shop of the Day…A Common Thread

Top. Cashmere Blend Cowl and 1940s Style Turban Bottom. Cabled Fingerless Gloves About a month or so ago, I came across A Common Thread, a shop that sells really great handmade accessories. Stephanie, who makes all of the wonderful things found in her shop, has great style, which seems to come through in her work. Above … Continue reading

More Scarves

Image c/o Ella Sanders I guess I am a bit of a scarf kick this week (2 scarf posts in two days). I just could not resist posting about these simple scarves that for some reason reek with style in my opinion. I love them! And would definitely buy all three if I lived further … Continue reading

Scarf Weather is Just Around the Corner

Black and Multi Scarf and Black and White Scarf I can feel the weather beginning to change, even in the insane hotness of Florida. So, when I received an email from Jessie over the weekend, who just launched a new online shop called Shibori Love. The shop features hand-dyed tights and scarves and I just … Continue reading

Ruffled Feathers Giveaway

Images c/o Ruffled Feathers A  couple of days ago I received a really sweet email from Carrie of Ruffled Feathers. She wanted to let me know about a great little giveaway she has going on this week for these scarves (scarflettes actually). To celebrate the change of seasons, Ruffled Feathers is giving away three scarflettes. … Continue reading

Tickled Pink for Tickled Pink Knits

1. Rococo Shawl II from Tickled Pink Knits 2. Alabaster Collier II from Tickled Pink Knits 3. Victoriana Scarflette from Tickled Pink Knits Oh my! I cannot get over how stunning the work of Elena from Tickled Pink Knits is. I have never been more ready to leave the extreme heat of the Florida sun … Continue reading

Convertible Clothing

I love the idea of convertible clothing, especially if you are trying to cut down on your consumption or if you have a very small closet. I found this in one of my endless Etsy searches: a shrug that converts to a shawl and a scarf!  This convertible piece is from Studio YTE. It looks so cute … Continue reading