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Monday, October 6, 2014

Holy Swoon!



Happy Monday, chickadees! Hope y'all had a snazzy weekend! It was our last weekend here in our first love nest since we got married so we made the most of it by hoppin' around a few of our favorite spots yesterday morning! Take a look at what made me squeal, "Holy Swoon!" while perusing the web this weekend:


[Zip Sweater in Colorblock]: Let me just say gal pals that I absolutely adore this sweater [specifically the gray]! The other colors are fabulous, too, but the contrasted gray tones in the sleeves makes me weak in the knees! In case you were wondering, it is just as gorgeous in person as it is online. It reminds me of a cashmere version two years ago that I am sorry I passed up on.  If this sweater tickles your fancy, I suggest you size down. This pretty little number runs large! So cozy!

[Red Striped Heart Letterpress]: The simplicity of this card is what makes me grin from ear to ear. Sometimes a simple piece of snail mail goes a long way.  This will definitely be my go-to card when I am due to send off a piece of postal pick-me-ups, chickadees. If you are a lover of cheeky snail mail and have yet to hear of Thimblepress, you are missin' out. I just simply adore her work [oh and her puppy is just as adorable!]. 

[Stripe Trouser Socks]: This weekend was the first weekend that it truly felt like fall. I don't know about y'all but I am not about to welcome fall so easily after the winter we had last year [yuck!].  I pulled out my cable knit sweaters and puffer vest this weekend and wrestled the cold winds like a champ. These lovely socks would have been perfect to slip on when I was maxin' and relaxin' this weekend with my honeybee! 

[Seriously Darling]: The name of this bangle says it all: seriously darling! Kate Spade is always on point with their bracelets and this one is no exception, gal pals. I  would love to be sporting this one on my wrist. The gold and black details on this one are fabulous. Excuse me, seriously darling! 

[Places To Go, People To See]: There is usually one or two things that I stumble upon on the weekends that make my heart skip a beat and I know that I just cannot live without. This book my friends was the winner winner chicken dinner yesterday! Not even kidding.  I absolutely love this book and open it at least once a week when I need a little inspiration. I cannot wait to get my hands on this one because I know that it will be absolutely perfect! It's on preorder as we speak. Wouldn't it make a lovely coffee table book? So perfect!

[Heart Nightlight]: I have been eyeing this particular nightlight on Etsy for almost a year at this point, if not longer. I keep adding it to my cart only to take it out. I am the crazy gal pal. You know, the one that picks up cute baby onesies here and there because they are adorable and you just know that your future child, whoever and whenever that may be, will look just darling in it.  No shame! I want to add this lovely nightlight to my future baby fund. The details are wonderful! 

[Crunch Bunch Bank]: Since school has started, I think I have had three apples given to me by my little ones.  It is always a lovely surprise not to mention a complete treat when your three year olds carry a crunched up brown paper bag containing a shiny apple just for you. This apple bank makes me think of my little ones and I can't help but smile. So cheeky and fun!

[Charlotte Street Runner]: This past summer I purchased a similar runner from Pottery Barn and I am totally smitten with it. Every time my gal pals come over I get a lot of compliments about my  table runner. This one is actually the perfect size and would make for a lovely table scape for a night with your lady friends. Cocktails + dinner parties, anyone? You can count me in! 

Hope this lovely loot brought a smile to your face! Now get out there and show Monday what'cha got!


1 comment:

  1. As always, cute finds! That apple bank is precious- cute alternative to the horrific apple earrings we usually get tagged with. :) Happy Monday!!

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