I have art on the brain. I have been lusting after a large, original artwork for a while, specifically Michelle Armas, though I don't want to buy until I see in person. She recently added some new pieces to her website. Here's my favorite:
I dont know if this one is new, but it's still my favorite. Currently.
I also like this one by Jenny Andrews:
She is the person behind mfamb and I like her. I don't know her but I like her. I think we could hang. Another cool chick I just recently discovered is Lee Kleinhelter. I didn't really just discover her, but just recently put a face to the rooms. She is fabulous at putting a chic spin on rustic elements. My idol. Check her out:
Perfection. Nothing like someone like Lee to make me feel entirely inadequate on a Friday afternoon. Way to start the weekend. Lucky for my goldfish-like memory, I'll forget about it in about 12 minutes. In keeping with that, I'm already off to my next thought. These classic loafers:
I've really always loved them. They were on sale at Belks this weekend (I know it's just Belk, no S, but I prefer to say Belks with a thick Southern accent). It got me thinking about them again and how they are the perfect fall shoe. With some high-waisted high water jeans and a vintage polo- collar popped. I would channel that classic New England vibe. Add a cropped trench and satchel to my arm... and some oversized wayfarers. Now that is classic fall style and it's right up my alley.
Last, I'm getting my haircut today. I always go in with big plans and walk out with... the same haircut I went in with. It's never my fault though. I think people are afraid. Adventure is my middle name though. I've gathered pictures and intend to find out if blondes really do have more fun. Wish me luck.