Let’s take a quick pause to acknowledge just how amazing the internet is.
Sometimes I feel like looking at my computer is a waste of time, but honestly, I receive so much inspiration, humor, connection and education from my web perusals. It’s a pretty incredible resource. I received my first email address when I was in elementary school, so I don’t really remember much of life before the web, but I have witnessed real evolution in it as a medium for communicating art, style, design and information.
Here are a few links of things I’ve loved recently….from silly pretty stuff to more serious thought-provoking issues:
As a bookworm myself, I adore these book cover tees.
This powerful essay on patriotism, service and injustice in our military and our country is challenging but very important.
I love the design of this blog on health, wellness, beauty and life. It’s so peaceful.
Smitten by this 1950’s vintage wedding dress.
Seriously coveting this handmade ikat purse.
These incredible portraits of dying cultures are so arresting. I would love to see this book.
Slouchy (and affordable) cashmere tunics - yes please!
I had so much fun styling and modeling this week for an industrial wedding inspiration shoot. I can’t wait to share the photos with you. For now, check out our inspiration board for it.
I think the whole notion of something “changing the way you live your life” is way overused these days, but that said, I found many of these quotes on writing, love, dreaming, truth and gratitude to be very beautiful and affirming.
I found this article and slideshow to be quite fascinating. I’m always intrigued by what we fetishize as a culture, particularly in the realm of design and lifestyle.
For all you Second Series practitioners out there, this is rather illuminating.
Joy Thigpen is my idol these days in the world of flowers, weddings and style. So much ethereal, raw, swoon-worthy prettiness…
This piece by my friend’s mother on worry, changing thought patterns and the small victories of a consistent practice is a must-read for all my fellow worriers out there.
Enjoy these links my dear readers.