Posts Categorized: Style

collaborations + Design + Life + Style / Friday, 1 Nov 2019

Our new holiday collaboration!

Reveal day! We’ve been keeping an awesome collaboration under wraps for months and we are so excited to share the news with you TODAY! Teaming up with our favorite new beauty brand, Eighteen B, we’ve developed the branding and packaging for their holiday campaign with the theme of gratitude. Because what better way to celebrate this time of the year than with a grateful heart.

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DIY + halloween + Projects + Style / Sunday, 13 Oct 2019

Jasper or Jared, Who wore it best?

Turns out, it was JASPER who found Jared Leto’s head!

I’m sure we’re not the only ones here who anxiously await the arrival of the Met Gala yearly. This year, when Anna Wintour announced the Camp theme, we knew we were in for a show (even though honestly, it’s how I would love to dress every day of the year). But boy it was an even better show than I could have imagined. I could take hours to discuss our favorite looks, who really embodied “camp” or the costumes that just left us a little confused, but I would rather just get to the point. Jasper as Jared Leto… Camp Themed! Dun dun dun!! Who wore it best? I’m clearly biased, but can you blame me? A baby in a wig… carrying a doll with a wig…? Sorry Mr. Leto, we think we’ll call this one a win for Jasper!

If you’re not too creeped out yet, click to see more! 

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Color + Design + House + If I were a room + Inspiration + Interiors + Life + Style / Friday, 20 Sep 2019

Shop the Look: Solange House

Whenever I look at work by Solange Azagury-Patridge I feel like I have stepped out of reality and into a magical new world full of color, wonderment, and awe. It’s for these very reasons that her new London shop has left me basically speechless… Seriously, all I can say is ”WOW WOW WOW” or ”I want to go there” and ”ahhhhh….”. Because I love this design so much I wanted to go ahead and create shopable looks at two different price points so that we can all live in houses just as amazing as this beautiful shop!

Behold… Solange Azagury-Patridge’s London boutique. You may want to sit down for this, it’s just that good!  Read on →

Book Club + DIY + Projects + Style / Tuesday, 17 Sep 2019

DIY Knot Necklace

Okay Lars fam, we’ve stuck craft book gold again and we can’t not share these things with you! Our friends over at Abram Books (our very own publisher!) sent us the most incredible book “The Year of Knots” written by the one and only Windy Chien. The book just launches TODAY and it needs to go in your craft library. It offers tutorials ranging from home décor to how to adorn your shoes. Just in case you needs a little more convincing on just how fabulous this book is we have included a tutorial on this wonderful knot necklace!

We went ahead and made a few modifications to the original necklace by adding in a second semicircle on it but the bones and idea behind the necklace are all attributed to the very talented Wendy Chien!  This necklace is simple yet intricate and the perfect accessory to pull together any outfit! Seriously, everyone in our office tried it on and it looked great with evert single outfit! Trust us, every outfit you own needs this necklace! Read on →

Life + Style / Wednesday, 11 Sep 2019

Why I only wear dresses and where I buy them

A couple of years ago I wrote a post called “How to identify your style” and wrote all about the mood boards I created for myself that help me keep my style narrowed and focused. Since then I’ve been pregnant and had a baby and weigh about 25-30 pounds more (I think? I never weigh myself. I have no idea. All I know is that my old stuff doesn’t fit), and I’ve continued to think about why I dress the way I do and it’s been pretty consistent.

You see, I wear nearly exclusively, dresses. At this point, I don’t own pants (unless you count the sweatpants that I wore for the three months after having Jasper–thank you Winter Water Factory!). Here’s my theory–dresses are time saving and easy and glorious. Why? Glad you asked. Let’s go. Read on →