It's important to note that this image was found in a random book, sitting by a trash can, in my husband's place of work. Lots of amazing imagery in said book, but this lucky lucy made the final cut.
There's only menswear up for grabs for the time being, but since when has that been a problem? Available for pre-order at The Goodhood Store, which you can shop online or visit in person, if you're lucky like me and live down the street.
I'm imagining that all of these pieces were designed by a lovely Danish design team in collaboration with sweet Babar. I'm hoping that they shared tea as they sat over a large wooden draft table, while Babar talked about sleeve length while holding a lil' pencil in his snout. But anyways.
What a (few) week(s!) We've just returned after a two week stay on the eastern coast of South Africa and it was absolutely incredible. I'm slowly but surely getting back into things - realizing that it's actually still winter in London (though it was sunny today!), and that things like errands and chores have to happen again. Really, I'm just ready to go back to the warm sun and back to exploring.
Pics and all of that to come!
Basically, I only buy things that are on sale.
Not because I'm an organized coupon-clipper, but because I'm really cheap. And since most of my clothes come from second hand stores or high street chain stores, in my experience it doesn't make sense to buy something full price. High Street items tend to go on sale so quickly that within two weeks, you'll be able to get that Zara silk blouse or H&M poly-blend whatever for half the price.
With this in mind, I'll be starting a new series on the ol' blog called Chic and Really Cheap (catchy and kinda' like a morning show feature, right?) Everything featured will be at or below $100, or roughly £65.
Let's do this:
Also, a coral necklace from a thrift store in Greenpoint, Brooklyn (£3/$5)
Well, here we are in January and I can only hope you folks had as nice of a break as I did. Photos and all of that to come, but in the meantime, here's a little beach inspiration to get things moving, or at least get you daydreaming of somewhere warm and sunny...