Coco+Kelley posted these amazing photographs by Julia Galdo the other day, and I keep coming back to them. Obviously the lighting is very appealing, but there is something else about them too that I really really like! Take a look around Julia’s site for more lovely photography.
Using a small loom like one might use for knitting hats, Charlie Bucket knit some plastic piping into a tube and then set it up so that he could push colorful fluids through the tubing. It looks awesome.
I feel like this piece by Delfina Delettrez Fendi, of Fendi, takes the two-finger ring craze and goes a step further. Isn’t it wild?! It’s so loud, but I don’t dislike it! I’d never have an occasion to wear something like that, but it looks cool on the model’s hand. What do you guys think? Interesting, no?
It’s Thursday Poll time! Last week we looked at convertible skirts and decided our favorite was the Tie Dyed Convertible Skirt with 155 votes!
This week I am obsessed with the Draping Frame Tunic! I can’t decide what color I’d like to get – maybe two colors! Naturally I’m interested to know what you all will pick as your favorite color! Check them out below.
First is the tunic in Ultra Violet below.
I am falling in love with the illustrations of Raquel Aparicio right now! Aren’t they gorgeous? They look so delicate and pretty – I love the way she draws animals, but I love the soft bleeding edges of her environments even more. I read on The Best Part that she is currently doing work for The New York Times, Wendy’s, and Rolling Stone. I can see why!
Thank you all so much for participating in the giveaway! It was so much fun to read about all your favorite clothes! Each piece is so unique – I love how special a piece of clothing can be, and you guys had such great items and great stories to go with them!
My favorite clothes are actually two different tee-shirts that were my dad’s, before I swiped them! One is a vintage Eric Clapton world tour 1979 tee, which of course rules! The other is this great old Detroit Tigers tee, which is really beat up but it has the old logo of the tiger’s head. I can picture my dad rocking them not so long ago!
SO! On to the winner, chosen at random!
Congratulations to Giuliana! From around 3rd grade to at least 6th, my favorite item of clothing was a pair of navy blue L. L. Bean cargo pants that zipped off into shorts… I wore them all the time. I kind of wish I still had a pair.
I remember that type of short! So fun and convenient!
If you did not win this time around, don’t lose hope! We have more giveaways coming up!
This is just a simple time-lapse video clip – one week of the sun rising and (not) setting during summer in the arctic. It’s so interesting and amazing to me- watching the sun going up and down and up and down! Maybe someday I’ll get to see the midnight sun for myself!
I couldn’t resist posting a few of these pictures from a little editorial in the April Jalouse Magazine! They are stitched representations of various designers by Olympia Le Tan – I wish her website were finished! I also wish these pictures had scanned a little better, because in the magazine they are just so cute!
Want to win the super-cute We The Free tee shown above? We want to give it away!
All you have to do for a chance to win is leave a comment on this post, answering the following question: What is your absolute favorite item of clothing that you own or have owned?
Tomorrow at about this time, we will choose one comment at random, and if your comment is the one picked, you win the shirt!
Make sure to leave your email address with your comment, so that we can contact you if you win!
The shirt is a size small, but these shirts run just a touch big and usually fit a size medium quite well. (In fact, I’m a large and I generally can wear WTF smalls pretty comfortably, though the fit is tighter…)
Good luck everyone! I’m looking forward to reading about your favorite pieces of clothing!
These pretty little garden markers by Monkeysalwayslook make me want to go plant a garden right now! They’re made out of vintage silver plated spoons and forks. Check out Monkeysalwayslook’s blog here.
Via Design Sponge.