i don’t make birthday wish lists in real life, and i don’t particularly like being asked what i want for my birthday. i’m a firm believer in giving someone a…
 atelier beautravail  whistles maxi skirt  antik batik aztek beaded dress  whistles mozaic shift dress  m missoni top  desert flora soap  laklak bracelet  folded paper scarf…
row 1: class notebook / dodecahedron terrarium / leather lunch bag row 2: whisk / mint envelope / vegetables from an italian garden row 3: handmade wallet & coin purse / fox…
Nice Things no.1. not a these things, but rather a nice things i would buy or even a nice things i think you should buy. desert bag: idea journal: wonderful things card:…
top to bottom, left to right: top: vena cava / necklace: lizzie fortunato / computer bag: henrik vibskov / handbag: rachel comey / boots: acne / midwest sweater: need supply…
all i want for christmas is to be dressed head to toe in anything from zara. then again i would also like it to snow this christmas. which is more likely to happen?
all i want for christmas is to be dressed head to toe in anything from zara. then again i would also like it to snow this christmas… which is more likely to happen?
looks i like from nasty gal
those pants on the left are beauties.
uh oh, you’re about to be bombarded with more stuff i want. such a greedy person.
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!
banker’s envelope from jack spade
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.
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.
YAY! an online shopping option for south africans that is actually RAD. i’m talking about spence guys. they had the launch at field office last night. spence boasts threads from sa designers like margot molyneux, missibaba, take care, christopher strong, steffany roup and many more. my credit card is going to take a beating soon.