This month, I’m really loving the basics with a twist. From tees with an eccentric touch to earrings with unexpected detail, it’s all about taking an everyday favorite and making it just a little bit more special.
Canvas Home Dinnerware: The little red rim around these makes me so happy. It’s such a classic look, and it would be so fun to have as your everyday china. It comes in red, blue, grey, and green, and would look beautiful stacked in a mismatched set.
Paige Kalena Follman: She’s one of my favorite artists right now – discovered through Well + Wonder, of course. I’m all about black and white art (we have an entire gallery of just black and white art in our favorite room!), and this one is calling my name.
Jane Pope Jewelry x Sally King Benedict Earrings: Sally’s faces are, hands down, some of my most dreamed about paintings. Deirdre has two at Candy Shop Vintage, and I absolultely adore them. When I won the Jane Pope Jewelry Getaway that included a pair of these face studs, I was ecstatic! Cannot wait to rock them.
Douglas Rose Weekender: This gorgeous weekender bag was also included in the giveaway, and I’ve been stalking the site since it arrived. This company creates some truly dreamy work bags, weekenders, and more. They also have some great stationery and prints that would make for great guys’ gifts!
Roxanne Assoulin Rainbow Brite Bracelets: My friend Alexandra introduced me to this super-cool line of jewelry by Roxanne Assoulin, and I fell in love. They are bright and make a statement on their own, but personally I love the idea of stacking them with nicer gold jewelry to offset it just a bit. An uncomplicated indulgence – that tagline is just too good!
Quirky tees: I could live in white tees and jeans, so I’m always looking for a fun update. Right now I have two on my radar. First, Industry Standard’s white tees that can be customized on the chest are sleeve are so fun. I love the heart, but I also love the funny phrases their customers come up with. Like this one specifically. Second, I fell in love with this brand, Unfortunate Portrait, in Dallas several months ago. The artist illustrates cheeky images with double entendres and puts them on shirts. My personal favorite is obviously “Win-Win” featuring my gals Oprah Winfrey and Anna Wintour. It’s currently sitting in my Shopbop cart.