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To Be Adored

BinBin McNiven delivers Edwardian inspired sophistication combined with a fun Sixties aesthetic, throughout her label To Be Adored. Stand-out dresses, tailored trousers and unique separates are brought to life with feminine detailing, in opulent silk and velvet finishes.

so many beautiful pieces by To Be Adored available at ASOS … though the model seems to be suffering from a curious case of  leaning ever so slightly to the right syndrome. hey?

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hint hint

uh oh, you’re about to be bombarded with more stuff i want. such a greedy person.

i don’t even drink whisky, i just want these because they look amazing.

the same sort of applies to this eau de toilette. it can smell like eau de toilet for all i care (har har har)

really like these engraved goods from in god we trust

these beyond radical sleeping bags!

who doesn’t need a pair of needlepoint fox shoes

banker’s envelope from jack spade

these cushions

these prints (the moon one in particular makes me sigh)

animals boxes – if only i had a mantelpiece to put them on

and anything by eskell

mostly everything discovered thanks to my new best friend, svpply.

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svpply

i am officially addicted to svpply. it’s like pinterest + ffffound + polyvore all rolled into one. i know boutiques.com just opened with huge fanfare, and i played around with it a little, but it’s not nearly as rad. in fact, i hated all the suggestions that google (sorry, boutiques.com) gave me, and how they categorised my style as casual chic. come on! talk about a cliché guys. svpply on the other hand has me excited about basically every single product that i see on the home page, it’s not just fashion AND they have a super helpful gift guide section.

if you want to see my growing collection just go here, and be sure to sign up + share your link so i can follow you.

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i tried not to spend all my money

i’m so behind on my paris posts. you’re probably thinking, “paris. *rolls eyes* seriously? you’re still talking about this? weren’t you there over a year ago…” it sure feels like it guys.

more of paris at my flickr

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