Tag Archives: spring

spring fever

There’s nothing like warm weather and sunshine to get me jonesin’ for a wardrobe re-haul.. without fail, this happens every spring.
{naia heels, woven boho bag, obelisk necklace}

trench envy

As far as I’m concerned, Burberry has forever held reign over the world of trench coats. While I have always wanted to indulge in this timeless fashion staple for my wardrobe I’ve never taken the financial plunge… Upon finding out one could order Burberry’s  spring/summer 2011 collection practically straight off the runway until 9/28 I decided to take a peak… and wow, holy embellishments. These trench’s are phenomenal. And if I had an extra $4,000 – $8,000 around, I would absolutely get one.

See the following on the Burberry website:
bonded cotton twill leather taped trench coat: $3,995
bonded napa studded biker trench coat: $7,995
studded sleeve bonded twill trench coat: $4,495

starbursts and lattice

I recently got myself some new sheets but absolutely wish I had seen these before purchasing! I am a huge fan of both the lattice and starburst print although I would have to say I favor the lattice – especially the yellow and gray. These are truly perfect for spring!

{designed by Nate Berkus for HSN, spotted via design-milk}

tulips

I took this beautiful picture of tulips the other day while walking in Tribeca. Tulips are one of my favorite flowers and these colors are simply divine..

Now if I only had this sweet little vase from CB2, I would have a lovely place to display them…

I want it all




I literally want every piece of Lauren Moffatt’s Spring 2010 collection. Everything is so unbelievably gorgeous!! See more pictures here.

take a seat

I saw this chair in the window of crate and barrel and I’ve been thinking about it ever since. Gray, yellow, and turquoise are always a winning combination in my mind.

popsicle time

Today is the first day in New York that has made me feel like spring is here and summer will be here soon enough. If I wasn’t working I would be outside soaking in the sunshine and ideally eating a popsicle. Hence the post. The Zoku Quick Pop Maker only takes seven minutes to freeze (talk about some instant gratification!) and you can use fresh fruit juice (or anything you’d like)…