The Pin Faves


Bedding - I just bought brand new bedding from Target so someone slap me, but I'm totally obsessed with this bed by Au Lit Fine Linens. I need a guest room to decorate!

Ripped denim - According to Jacey, the impeccable fashion blogger behind Damsel in Dior, these are old Joe's Jeans but you can find similar ones here. P.S. I've never bought a pair of jeans over $40 and I think I might just take the plunge and finally do it. I wear jeans every stinkin' day so it's well worth a few more doll hairs, right? Thoughts?

Quote - This is something I'm really trying to tell myself over and over and over again. And over again some more. I could write an entire blog post on my crazy tendencies to always want to get to the next exciting phase in life. My continuous knack of being perpetually antsy and ready to "get things moving" towards the next milestone. But the excitement is the anticipation. The wonderfulness of it all is knowing I still have all of those fun things to look forward to. And thus I remind myself over and over and over again.

Succulents - I promise you I'll never get over these little suckers (pun intended). I need to get married tomorrow just so that I won't be sick of them yet and can use them to decorate every inch of my wedding.

Silverware - You could be eating cat litter and still be happy just so long as you were using this Crescendo Dot Flatware from Anthropologie.

Heels - Another pin from Jacey over at Damsel in Dior, this time in her Valentino Rockstud pumps. At $995, these are obviously something I'd probably never buy even if I wiped my ass with thousand dollar bills, but still, I girl can dream. And then just buy knock offs.

Patio space - I used to talk about wanting an adorable patio space all the time when I lived in Manhattan but now that I've moved home/acquired a million times more space, things have switched over to porch loving. Except for this space by Nina Holst, interior designer and founder of Stylizimo. I seriously want to teleport myself straight through my laptop screen and into every single one of her designs. Seriously, go click around and tell me you don't feel the same way.

Necklace - I believe this is by Erickson Beaman, initially designed for bridal wear, but I think something that makes a statement like this would look perfect with just a plain old white tee and a pair of distressed denim skinnies.