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chance presents picasso's stripes

I'm a sucker for striped tees, and Chance Co. is my go-to source. I have the classic Macau trực tuyến Baccaratred + white and navy + white editions of their cult-favorite boatneck, but I'm clamoring for their newest bold striped shirt. It was inspired by Picasso, for heaven's sake. I'd pair it with a vintage Levi's jean jacket (or vintage army green cargo jacket) and a big silk scarf. So chic! Can you tell I'm ready for fall? :)


want of the day

I've wanted Elizabeth Cole's Fishbone Earrings since 2012. They're costume, but they're classic and can be worn by women of all ages (can't you see Iris Apfel loving them?). I've searched for a less expensive pair of similar fishbone-esque earrings but, frankly, no one does it better. Someday, I think I'll have to take the plunge and buy them. Find these and other Elizabeth Cole pieces here.    


want of the day

A few years ago when Tom Ford's "Nikita" sunglasses came to market, I purchased the ivory pair. They are the most fun to wear and totally make me feel like a '50s movie star (even in workout clothes!). This Spring, I'm aching for the "Nikita" in tortoise. They're so damn chic! As I plan to sport cat-eye glasses my entire life, I'll be wearing them well into my 80's. And then I can pass them onto my grandchildren. I think it's a good investment, don't you? :) 


want of the day

I’m way into C. Wonder's whimsical alligator earrings. At $34, they’re a ton of fun and an easy way to spice up my usual all-black fare. I’m also a fan of their leather and chain double wrap necklace (sounds so 50 Shades of Gray, doesn't it?) and their chic nappa leather tassel key ring. Now, if they only had free shipping…


silhouette stationary

I've been lusting after silhouette stationary ever since I came across Sesame Letterpress' rendition a few years back. Beautiful as they are, I just can't justify spending $150+ for paper that I don't see becoming the "little black dress" of my stationary wardrobe! Does that make sense? Call me crazy, but I view silhouette paper as the equivalent of that fun DVF wrap dress you'd wear to dinner with friends.

That being said, this Fiona Designs set seems to be the answer to my prayers. At $20 for ten personalized cards and envelopes, the price is definitely right. Plus, the company even offers the option to choose your own coloring... I think I'd want a coral-y pink silhouette with black letters. Of course, I'd change my mind a million times before actually placing the order. So, who makes your favorite "wrap dress" stationary? I'd be interested to hear! x