Posts Tagged ‘accessories’
I love how the holiday season ushers in the sparkles and sequins each year. Clothes get more glittery, the latest fashions feature more silver and gold, shoes sport shimmery rhinestones, and everything is just a-twinkle! Well fashion isn’t the only place to shine. This year West Elm, one of my favorite furniture stores, is featuring festive sequined animals, and $5 of each purchase goes to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. So decorate away with sequined squirrels, rabbits, and birds!
[ via West Elm ]
You can find these cool cactus-head plant holders online at FloralArt LA, a Venice, California flower boutique located on trendy Abbot Kinney Blvd.
[ via FloralArt LA ]
This ring is alive! You’re looking at a real bed of moss set in wood. Yes, that means you have to water it. This charming ring was a collaboration between Cometman, a jewelry designer, and Kokeya, a bonsai designer. You can buy your very own through Ladestore.
[ via Spoon & Tamago ]
These laptop covers are awesome! Disguise your laptop, or even file it away incognito in a bookshelf à la classic mystery novels. Or just keep it out in the open—people are bound to do a double take. A sure treat for bibliophiles. Buy your BookBook here for $79.
[ via bloginity.com ]
These funky meat scarves by KnitStorm are vegetarian friendly, but are more likely to please meat lovers the world over. Who thought wearing sausages around your neck could look so pretty?
[ Via etsy.com/shop/KnitStorm ]
What’s not to love about plush sushi?! It’s just so cute. This genius creation is by Amy Ortiz, the founder of T&A friendly. She also makes plush steaks, fortune cookies and taxidermy creatures. Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, CA is hosting a workshop on making plush items with her in early December.
In Amy Ortiz’s words: “Established in 2005, T&A was originally a collaborative team dedicated to blowing off some steam through the creation of outrageous installations. In 2006, “Friendly” was added to the title and the project took on a life of its own. This is a place where a bit of tack and influences from Martha Stewart, no less, all blend together to bring you the best designs in Art, plush, home decor and anything else I want to take on.”
Yes, these shoes are made of BREAD! Unbelievable. They are sold at Da da da Studio where the store’s disclaimer is:
not wearable on feet…first in fashion…for interesting lifestyle…needs no pressing…dries itself…
I love them!