So I always wear a watch and I only very recently learned that most people just check their phone to know the time. This actually had never occurred to me! But if you are like me and love watches, we have a relatively huge selection in the shop right now, including these Paul Frank watches:
This is the type of dress I love to find in the store! Designed by Canadian designer Debbie Cham in Toronto, brand Lux & Luster is also manufactured locally in Toronto using sustainable fabrics!
Plus this dress is a shoe dress!
A gorgeous enamel-buckled belt:
From our friends at Oak+Fort, this denim top is heavy enough that it could serve as a jacket, but also has features of a regular shirt such as the covered button-band and pocket.
Speaking of the pocket, check it out: it has "wrong side" (interior of garment, or the construction side) stitching on the "right side" (the outside, or exterior of the garment), and a "right side" facing pocket on the inside!
This leaf necklace is breathtaking....and also great for days you're pretending to be a mermaid on her day off!
Now see? This cozy Antropologie cardi is perfect for easing us into fall:
The buttons match the beads that are knit into the yoke!
Imagine my delight when I came across this miniature vintage sewing machine pendant:
The miniature is heavy like the old Monopoly pieces, and check out the detailing: the spool pin, balance wheel, presser bar and even the gold-on-black scrolling that is typical of antique sewing machines!
I just adore this little guy!
This distressed black jersey dress is a one-of-a-kind hand-painted dress from Lola of San Francisco.
She doesn't have much of an internet presence, but if you go to her studio in San Francisco she does custom designs!
I feel like I've been waiting for something like this to come along; a necklace in the form of a peter-pan collar! Wear this with a casual t-shirt for a total fashion paradox if you dare!
This lovely tunic from Free People has an entire lace panel on the back!
I loved this sweet 7 for all Mankind tunic...then I realised it was a DRESS! Ha! So depending on your eye or, um, height, it could be a tunic or a dress, and guess what? It has pockets!
This necklace surprised me. Despite featuring buttons (which sometimes reads as "crafty"), this necklace is solidly made and has great dimension.
Looks like a regular totally adorable blouse, but do you see what I see?
I felt compelled to share this super-simple raw edge t-shirt with you....
...it has a cute back detail....
...but the best part is the tag! Can you see where it says "LOVE YOUR SHIRT: it's soft"? I think there was one more line of text that has been lost in the fray, but I like it just the way it is!
Just a reminder that you can still get the exclusive friend-of-the-blog 10% discount until the end of the month. Code word: mermaid!