anniversary sale picks - don't at me

did you know summer is the best time to shop for fall? 


but i'm not a complete monster and really get that shopping for clothes you can't wear for months can be hard. so, i picked a few transitional pieces that work now and later. and the prices here are pretty amazing. 

like this peasant dress that comes in 2 colors. wear now, wear later over jeans. $52.90 

satin western shirt. western will be big this fall. ya heard? $52.90

shrunken boyfriend cardigan. love the color. love the sleeves. love the buttons. good mix of masculine and feminine.  $38.90

elbow sleeve turtleneck. buy all the colors. warm but not suffocating. $15.90

faux leather moto jacket with removable hood. while i think spending the big money on a beautiful, buttery-soft leather jacket is a worthy investment sometimes that's just not in the cards financially or your vegan ways say no. that's cool. this one is legit good looking and it's only $64.90. 

levi's 501 high waist crop. levi's are hands down the best looking budget jeans. seriously. go ask a french girl. $64.90

rag & bone walker suede tote. not necessarily budget friendly but it is nearly half off and it's very good looking. classic lines and a versatile color. plus nothing says HEY FALL I'M READY FOR YOU than a new suede bag, bonus points for being well made. $299.90

vince pleated camisole dress. another super cute transitional piece. wear now with sandals and later with a chunky sweater underneath, belted at the waist and slouchy boots. $216.90

patent pencil skirt - this is amazing and will get you far. $52.90

long cardigan. early morning walks on leaves etc. $49.90

stuart weitzman slouch boot. slouch boot. slouch boot. slouch boot. i might actually wear these with shorts straight through summer into fall. don't. at. me. $489.90 (originally $775.00 so...)

clare v. foldover clutch. good bag (i have one). good color. $139.90

vince patent sneaker/loafer. up your cool factor. $169.90


got all the clothes you need? (lol)


maybe you need a new indoor/outdoor rug? or a new pair of sheets? or a bright, fun new duvet or the perfectly sized bar cart for small space living? what about that le creuset you've always wanted? 



mesh and marble uplight lamp. $88

egyptian cotton 600 thread count sheets. $51.90–$85.90

pine cone hill jardin pillowcases. $47.90–$62.90

dash and albert indoor/outdoor rug. comes in a bunch of colors. $13.90–$373.90

marimekko duvet and sham set. $66.90–$119.90

small round bar cart. $263.90

turkish towel. $21.90

glass serving bowl. $19.90

le creuset soup pot. $166.90


ok so this sale at present is only open to nordstrom cardholders. if you don't have a card you'll have to wait a week to get these prices and i will tell you that the sizes are dwindling pretty fast. i do my absolute best to not include things that are low in many sizes. so, like, get a card. i don't profit from that aspect i just want you to not wait a week and get boned because your size is gone. know what i mean? 

fresh etsy


luxe velvet rounds

i would mix these into your pillow game for a bit of an edge. they also look incredibly cool stacked like this. 



summer candles

i love seeing my pink ones against my blue walls. it's one of those little things. 




vintage moroccan rug

i would like to see this in a galley kitchen. 

and i really love this one too. not for a kitchen...perhaps a bedroom. 



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vintage french tin tray

i love a colorful tray to catch the things. mail, booze, jewels etc...



beaded tassel

i like a tassel on a lamp switch, a drawer pull, a beach bag, a pull down ceiling light switch, a door knob etc.  this shop has quite a selection. 



large bobby pin

i've been searching for a large bobby pin/barrette that i don't hate or that doesn't cost a hundred fucking dollars. this one is $15. these dumb bangs i cut on a whim won't hide themselves. 

art sale

it's just a little out with the old (but still so pretty) and in with the new (very different).

i'm selling everything in my shop for HALF off. that's crazy and awesome for you. 

i have been working on some very new stuff over here. abstracts on canvas in a slight departure from my usual stuff. lots of washes and wiping and pouring and more pouring then layering. more on that later. in the meantime here's what's up for grabs for half off...


lavender border irises - 19.5 x 25.5 pastel irises on ivy green paper


ya big pansy - 19.5 x 25.5 pastel pansy on blue-gray paper



gracie irises - 19.5 x 25.5 pastel irises on deep mint green paper

(guys those 3 pastel florals are as pretty a thing in person as you ever did see)


cabana bowls - 6 - 9 x 12 bowls. acrylic and gouache on linen finish paper

(possibly my favorite set of bowls ever)


coney island bowls - 6 - 9 x 12 bowls. acrylic and gouache on linen finish paper

(i think the colors here would look super great on a blue wall in any hue...from deepest indigo to cornflower)


bungalow bowls - 4 - 9 x 12 bowls. acrylic and gouache on linen finish paper

(modern and totally unisex-y)


capistrano beach bowls - 3 - 9 x 12 bowls. acrylic and gouache on linen finish paper

(i really love these colors too. hard to choose faves honestly. but this set is definitely top 10)


flaunt bowls - 3 - 9 x 12 bowls. acrylic and gouache on linen finish paper

(these reminded me of 3 young girls in bikinis on the beach)


see them all together here

and i can't wait to show you the new stuff!