Haskell Prism Sunglasses

 

I have a bit of an addiction… to sunglasses. My collection runs about thirty pairs deep, with none costing more than $100 and most hovering around the $30 point. So far this summer I’ve restrained myself from adding any more, but then I spied these Haskell Prism Sunglasses from Warby Parker. They’re available in an entire spectrum of colors and are such a statement-maker!

 

 

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Plain Pins

 

Your jean jacket is probably tucked away in the closet for summer, but there are plenty of other ways to wear enamel pins – especially these ones. Check out Plain Pins. These easy to wear enamel pins are meant for every day and designed to be worn color-blocked, coordinated or clashing, as singles or in pairs. I love their minimalistic style and go with everything look!

 

 

 

 

 

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April Favorites

1/ Craft the Rainbow: 40 Colorful Paper Projects from The House That Lars Built
My friend Brittany created this incredible book for the color lovers of the world. Inside you’ll find 40 projects using nothing but the creative power of paper! I’m hooked.

2/ Case Study Table Top Mushroom Planter with Plinth
I love Case Study’s modern ceramic planters! This is the latest I’ve added to my collection, an interesting mushroom shape in their new mustard hue. In case you missed it we’re giving one away, too!

3/ The Simplicity Collection from Aera
This little home fragrance machine helps keep my home smelling pet-free, and their latest collection – citrus, lavender, white tea, sandalwood, cherry blossom, and vanilla – are the perfect scents for this transitional time of year.

4/ Saya Designs Taro Hair Stick
I’ve been using this gorgeous hair stick constantly in lieu of hair elastics. It helps keep my hair from breaking off and the dark, reddish rosewood paired with golden tamarind is just beautiful.

5/ Eastside Design Co. Enamel Pins
Are you an enamel pin junky, too? These little guys from a college friend’s shop are my latest additions.

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Pin Museum

 

Founded in 2016, Pin Museum features works from iconic artists as well as acclaimed designers from around the world. The hope is that their products will spawn conversations, showcase personality, and identify unique interests. Their for sale collection is constantly being updated, and it’s great to know that in a world full of bootlegs and copycats Pin Museum works with artists, estates, and establishments to ensure their pins are officially licensed. Shop their pins as well as patches and socks right here.

 

 

 

 

 

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