Lee Price




Photographs? Guess again. Lee Price creates photorealistic oil paintings, mainly of herself eating junk food, that explore body image, feminism, and cultural relationships with food. (Perhaps the Sartolialist should take note, eh?)



As in the earrings, not the dudes.

Five years ago for Christmas my stepdad gave me a set of diamond studs set in white gold, and I think I can just about count the number of times I’ve taken them off on my fingers and toes. I have small ears and they’re the perfect size, nothing too flashy, and they go with absolutely everything. In other words, perfection.

I have plenty of longer earrings, but I’m realizing I’m not really a dangley earring kind of girl. I am however hoping to get a few more pairs of classic studs to mix things up at bit.


Druzy Rounds
, Anthropologie


tan leather post earrings
, Lunashineshine


rhinestone stud earrings from Made Her Think, catbird


Meredith Hahm Small Shane Pointed Stud Earrings
, Max and Chloe


Sea Flower Studs in oxidized sterling silver, Thalassa Jewelry


Mother of Pearl Clover Studs
, Oliphant


Dot to Dot studs, Kate Spade



Clockwise: me being all avant garde in my bathroom, beautiful vase of flowers from a friend’s bridal shower, my first blind embossing project, the latest incarnation of my personal business cards, my cat Roxy, my favorite flats, the perfect shade of poppy red (essie’s Lacquered Up), the light wall at Republic Gastropub, my embroidery floss collection


You already know all about Instagram, love it, and use it all the time right? Thought so. It happens to be my favorite iPhone app, well, ever. Snap a photo with your phone, choose a filter that makes you look like a way more talented photographer than you actually are, write a witty caption, and instantly share on Twitter, Facebook, or flickr. And it’s free. BOOM.


Spring Essentials 2011

What’s Your Exclamation Dress – Modcloth, Adventure Abroad Dress – Modcloth, Cruisin’ Through Cuzco Tee – Modcloth, French Terry Skirt – J.Crew, Silk Intermission Top – Madewell, Maritime-stripe Blazer – J.Crew, Sirah Dress – J.Crew


Steve Mono Arthur Briefcase with band – Opening Ceremony, NARS Semi-Matte Lipstick in Schiap, Tiffany Tangerine Parasol, Forget-Me-Not Ring – Madewell, playa del platinum polish – essie, white loafers – Joe Fresh, Liberty Pumps – BCBGenerations, Round Sunglasses – ASOS


Van Hulsteijn Bikes

With spring and warm weather finally here (It was 91º on Tuesday!) my bike obsession has returned full force. I’m loving this one by Van Hulsteijn. Herman van Hulsteijn manages to create an aesthetic that’s somewhere smack dab in the middle between futuristic and retro. Damn.



I go through phases of food obsessions, do you? So far this year it’s been couscous. (Hello there, carbs!) There was also a brief stint with beef, but I don’t like to talk about it. (Reformed vegetarian here, folks.) Oh, and those two weeks with eggs were magical. But today I want to share one of the most versatile foods ever, risotto. This relative to rice can be savory or sweet, it does it all.











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Tea Towelin’

Tea towels are one of those things that I’m continually amassing, then wondering where they all came from. I love that it’s essentially an empty canvas of material that can be turned into an affordable piece of art. Then we display it on a hook or draped over the oven handle in our kitchen, and dry our dishes and our hands on it. A little under-appreciated, no? (Kidding!) I’ve got my eye on these beauties.


Dishes I’d Rather Be Doing by dear colleen


Houndstooth tea towel by Avril Loreti


Jatski tea towels by marimekko


linen tea towel by sweet nature designs


Tasty Double Cheeseburger towel set by girls can tell


Ink Blot Tea Towel by Pigeon Toe