The latest fashion accessory is a good looking water bottle. Here are some favorites:
1. The classic Swell bottle comes in multiple sizes (go big!) and more designs than you can imagine. The fashionable choice: monochromatic solids and metallics 2. Corksicle’s non-slip, easy grab shape makes it unique 3. This BPA free plastic number, is easy to use with a flip top/carry ring, one hand operation and comfortable wide mouth is a winner in the functionality department. Plus, it’s dishwasher safe. From Contigo 4. Easy to look at perhaps hard to use, the notebook style water bottle fits easy in a pocket or purse. 5. Boho chic, the good old fashioned canning jar gets a new life with screw in beverage top. 6. If you’re going to have a small opening water bottle you gotta have one of these.
When I graduated from college, I sent my high school girlfriends all graduation gifts: my favorite cheap pens wrapped beautifully, as if they cost a fortune. This was after all, a momentous occasion to be celebrated — even if only by a token gift. I recently came across these pens and was reminded how something so simple can be spiffed up and made special . . .
Kate Spade Pens: box of 6 gold pens, cheap and cheerful $25/set | boxed ballpoint pens with gold foil imprinted box interior from top to bottom: she wears her thoughts on her sleeve; she writes to do lists for her to do lists; she personalizes her business cards with hand written notes $36/each.
Yummm! Yummm! Yummm!
Join the Sqirl Jam Club: 2 jars of scrumptious jam made in Los Angeles, delivered every other month for 4, 6 or 12 months. Yes it’s $15 for each tiny jar but it’s the bomb!
No mistaking these eyes. How fabulous to have Audrey looking out for you on a rainy day. Umbrella by Kate Spade $38
Writing an actual postcard may be obsolete these days with texts, email & social media in our pockets at all times but these little beauties give a reason to write and post an actual hand-penned note. Each boxed set contains 100 unique themed postcards — 100 Pantone colors, 100 classic Penguin book covers, 100 Marimekko patterns.
Ready. Set. Write!
Fiorucci may have disappeared there for a few years but they are back! How many of you remember the Fiorucci store located across the street from Bloomingdales in NYC? I may be dating myself but in the early-mid 80’s, this mega store was always my first stop in the city — followed by a tart frozen yogurt at the Bloomingdales food emporium along 59th street. I have fond memories of a blue & black plaid, corduroy, jean-style jacket and a slew of cherub t-shirts that I proudly wore with my baggy jeans and probably a big-ass bow in my hair.
Now, those t-shirts are available again, along with a selection of jeans and jackets suited to today’s fashion trends. T-shirts available in black or grey, only at Barneys New York.
A funny little collaboration between Case Studio and artist Jean Jullian. An assortment of porcelain plates equally suited for eating as objects of decor. Six different sizes and assorted retro colors in each set. Certain to make you smile!
Available here in limited edition only. Apprx US $260