Wednesday Wish List

Wednesday Wish List

1. Miu Miu Cotton and Silk-Organza Peplum Tank | 2. OPI Nail Lacquer in Lucky, Lucky Lavender | 3. Tiffany & Co. Heart Tag Earrings | 4. Holden Collection Small Table Lamp | 5. Irving Place Pete’s Wing Chair | 6. Fiurica Oversized Satin-Trimmed Pique Coat | 7. Kate Spade Inspired Dinner Party | 8. Floral Delacorte Bangle | 9. Marc Jacobs Daisy Eau So Fresh | 10. Dolce & Gabbana Lace-trimmed Strech-Silk Satin Robe | 11. Kate Spade Rialto Place Sally | 12. Finn 18k Yellow Gold Love Knot Ring | 13. Free Valentine’s Printable!

Wednesday Wish List: Holiday Gift Guide

Wednesday Wish List: Holiday Gift Guide
1.For the Hostess: Aquiesse french candle | 2. For your BFFs: Stephanie Johnson cosmetic bag | 3.For your Sister:Kitchenaid stand mixer | 4. For yourself:Sonia Rykiel sweater | 5. For Mom:H M body moisturizer | 6. For your Hairdresser: Pinch Minimergency Kit | 7. For your Beau: Bonobos Dopp Kit | 8. For your In-Laws: Turquoise dinnerware | 9. For you favorite coworker: Hinged trinket box | 10. For your Neighbors: Almond Cinnamon Cherry Bread | 11. For your Fireplace: Log home decor

Wednesday Wish List

Wednesday Wish List

The Friday Report


“It’s called fashion. Look it up.”

With New York Fashion Week coming to a close, I can finally focus my instagram feed mind back on wedding planning. We can thank Jimmy Kimmel for bringing us all back down to earth with the Uniboot. Hope you enjoy this week’s links!

Not your typical cliche-ridden list of life advice, we think us ladies could follow a tip or two from this guide to being a man. (Except for the line about the unaccompanied women, we know that one’s not true.)

Stuck at home this weekend? Take a trip around the world with Google Treks.

The queen of transformations goes to Tyra Banks, who recently released these amazing photos on Twitter.

This photo series from photographer Jordan Matter will make your jaw drop (and perhaps motivate you to work on your flexibility).

How do major fashion designers decorate their homes? Start taking notes.


Favorite Instagrammer: @BethanyOlson

Best Sale: Nicole Miller

Favorite Fashion Blogger: Sea of Shoes

Need to know: Miss Kansas is breaking stereotypes

Best Useless Information: Lisa Frank is real.

The Friday Report

road trip

Hey y’all! I came across this photo this week and couldn’t be more in love. It perfectly captures friendship and the open road, two things we’re especially looking forward to in the next week. Click though the links below for more weekend inspiration. 🙂

Need a pick me up? Here’s just what you need.

We love this wall art. But we also think we’re crafty enough to replicate it.

A few white lies never hurt any one.

The more wedding planning I do, the more hand-lettering makes me swoon.

Is there an engagement ring in your near future? Drop some hints to your honey with this Snippet & Ink post.

Get creative and minimize clutter by using unexpected containers to catch junk small items around the house.

Favorite Instagrammer: @dearphotograph

Best Sale: Aritzia

Favorite Fashion Blogger: Devon Rachel

Need to know: How to cope with wedding budget anxiety

Best Useless Information: Bey’s new ‘do


Kitchen Update

Kitchen Update
Who says a kitchen renovation needs to involve sledgehammers and seemingly endless home depot runs? This week, we bring you the quickest way to update our favorite space, the kitchen. When you think accessories, your kitchen appliances probably don’t come to mind, but they should! The pieces you display on your counter top dictate the feel of your space. While my own kitchen space runs on the classic side (red lacquer stand mixer, chrome toaster), I sometimes crave a more industrial, organic look like those pieces featured above.Don’t be afraid to rotate pieces through your kitchen like you might throw pillows on your sofa.
Another way to change the look of your kitchen is to use open shelving for your dishware and glasses. C and I both took the plunge on the trend and love the look and functionality of it. It works like a charm for teensy kitchens, like ours. Keep the look clean by using a single, matching set of dishware, or go for a more eclectic feel with mismatched, but complimentary dishes. Check out these examples and follow their links for more inspiration:
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How to Mix Pattern and Texture in a Space

How to Mix Pattern and Texture in a Space

Decorating to me is getting the chance to play in a space. The key is going as far out of your comfort zone as possible. If you try to be simple, it will end up being boring. Mix textures, colors, patterns and styles. Afterwards, take a step back a take out what doesn’t seem right. It’s always easier to take away than it is to add.HAVE FUN!