It’s a little ridiculous, as my husband would say, how much Nancy Botwin has influenced my style lately–I’m shopping at Anthropologie and American Apparel, embroidery and ruffles aren’t necessarily verboten anymore, and I bought two pink tees. Pink is not a color I wear–living in a room colored in the stuff is enough to set anyone off of it–but MLP/Nancy convinced me that both light pink and fuschia are colors that I can actually pull off. Go figure.
To give you an idea of what’s haunted me on a satorial level, check out the following: Continue Reading »
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New city, new site: check out our continuing cooking
food adventures at The Manhattan Food Project. Cin cin!
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spring when the world is mud-
luscious the little
whistles far and wee
and eddieandbill come
running from marbles and
piracies and it’s
when the world is puddle-wonderful
old balloonman whistles
far and wee
and bettyandisbel come dancing
from hop-scotch and jump-rope and
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Found from swissmiss, and I think this speaks for itself. I want a print of this so badly.
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Just saw this on Gawker, and my mind is completely blown. Clearly, the ad execs who dreamed this up would have been better as futurists/psychics than as…well ad execs and creatives.
Just let Tom Selleck tell you all of the amazing things that AT&T would bring you in the future. Except, as Hamilton Nolan pithily points out, that AT&T would not be the company to bring it to you (at least in this iteration).
Although according to Stephen Colbert, perhaps they have, in some way or another (edited to add: I realize that the innovative arm of the old AT&T was left to die at Lucent, but the telecom monopoly reference is still relevant).
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One of my only serious designer indulgences over the past few years has been Hermès pocket squares–while I love the silk scarves, I have yet to figure out how I could realistically wear one that would justify their insane cost. My tidy collection of squares instead give me great options to wear in my hair or on a purse, plus the husband can wear one of the solid-color versions with his suits (therefore negating their cost even further). Given that I avoid logo bags, expensive jeans or triple-digit shoes, I’m OK with indulging in a little scarf now and again.
It’s been ages that I’ve purchased one, of course, but I always love checking in on the new patterns that the luxury chain has to offer, and I especially love seeing creative ways of wearing the scarves (especially since I refuse to buy one until I can realistically say that I will actually wear it). Enter Benjamin Nitot and his series of gorgeous women and men wearing Hermes silk (as found via Hebden) and it makes you want to pull out any scarves and channel a film ingenue:
Of course, the day I want to start busting out the scarves is the day that it’s rainy and even a little snowy–due to their vegetable-based dyes, it’s strongly encouraged you to not get them even a little bit wet.
But the spring, it is a-coming….
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My apologies for my silence here–I’ve been hard at work over at Take Back Your Kitchen, but I promise I’ll be back here! In the meantime, please feel free to check out the new site!
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