April 10, 2012 § Leave a comment
Traveling to Thailand always inspires us…from the vivid colors to the tantalizing food, it’s such a treat for the senses. It’s rare to see traditional and modern meet so harmoniously, whether it’s in the architecture or the culture. We found beautifully designed goods that take on a modern twist but are steeped in their traditional handmade artisan trade. On our recent trip, we found these chic handmade key chains that we couldn’t wait to share. And here are some snaps from all around Thailand….beaches towns to bustling Bangkok.
December 16, 2011 § Leave a comment
We’re excited to announce the launch of Jendarling’s line of eco-luxe accessories. We can’t get enough of these chic garment bags and traveler clutches. They’ll will make you want to whip out your passport and start traveling in style. We love!
We recently caught up with the designer, Jennifer Bennett, at the Jendarling Holiday Soiree in SF. You can check out more pics here.
With Jen of Jendarling
With Erin of Apartment34
Spotted…great Street Style. Or rather, great Holiday Soiree Style!
July 1, 2011 § Leave a comment
May 6, 2011 § Leave a comment
The spring season is in full swing, and we couldn’t be happier to have added one of our favorite designers, Many Belles Down, into our new spring/summer collection! This amazing, playful line is known for its unique floral prints, effortlessly chic dresses, and vintage inspired pieces that we know it’s a must-have for this season!
We especially adore the alluring low-scoop necklines & back and the flattering cuts on all of these pieces… which we think it brings out just the right amount of sexiness in every girl.
MOONWALK DRESS (Jasmin’s favorite!)
HAMMER TIME DRESS (Jeanne’s favorite!)
Which one is your favorite? – Jeanne
April 22, 2011 § 1 Comment
A cause-worthy find we couldn’t wait to share. It’s not just a beautifully crafted whistle, but it’s a symbol of the campaign for peace in the Congo. There’s a deadly war going on there and children are being forced to the frontlines. Proceeds from the whistles are used to rehabilitate and advocate for these war-affected children.
So how can you help? Wear your necklace, share the story and spread the word.
Learn more about the war in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Falling Whistle’s campaign.