Wednesday, April 10, 2013
I can't stop my fox craze. It's starting slowly, but I'm already looking for ways to incorporate the darling animals into our apartment decor without looking like a crazy person. I'm in love with the above fox by Jonathan Adler, but I'm not in love with the $138 price tag. So I researched some budget-friendly options and this is what I found.
|Fox Forestry Hook from Anthropologie | $22|
|Baby Fox photograph by Sharon Montrose (The Animal Print Shop) | Price varies depending on size|
|Fox plate by kokokoshop on Etsy | $18|
Posted by Alissa at 8:49 PM
Monday, April 8, 2013
|Cover of NYLON Magazine in September 2012|
I had to bring back our Hitch or Ditch column for this latest trend I've seen pop up in a few places recently - animal ear headbands. I won't lie, I first spotted the cat ears in Taylor Swift's recent music video for her song "22." Then I saw a character on NBC's show "Deception" rocking bunny ears, followed by Lucy Hale (from "Pretty Little Liars") posting photos on her Instagram account wearing a cat ear headband. A quick Google search found the above cover photo from NYLON Magazine of "Glee" star Lea Michele with cat ears - is this what sparked the trend?
|Taylor Swift in her "22" music video|
ASOS seems to be the place to purchase animal ear headbands, namely cat ears, and prices them from $10 and up. What are your thoughts on rocking a headband with animal ears?
Posted by Alissa at 2:34 PM
Thursday, April 4, 2013
|Mossimo Neon Envelope Clutch from Target | $24.99|
Hints of neon or full on neon pants or tops, the sunshine and slightly warmer temperatures has me looking twice at all the bright colors in stores. Here are a few of my top picks for adding neon to your spring and summer wardrobes:
|Mossimo Vivian Pointy Heel from Target | $29.99|
|Petite Marisa Skinny Pants from Loft | $44.99 (on sale)|
|French Floral Print Cardigan from Loft | $25 (on sale)|
Posted by Alissa at 4:32 PM
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
A couple standout tracks to me are "Don't Know How," "Old Friends" and "LA River." Their ability to switch from upbeat and happy to dark and somber between tracks and keep you listening the whole way through is incredible. Check out the track "Turn That Finger Around" below.
Posted by Alissa at 10:15 AM