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Sarah Fox does a fantastic job designing her line, because each and every piece is calling to me through my computer screen. The fact that I’m in the midst of a self-imposed jewelry-buying-ban is the only thing that keeps me from giving in to their call and buying about five things…
Jennifer Beeman is the Chicago-based designer behind H o u n d, and I love the little details she imbues every piece with. I’m crazy about the button-up backs… the cape… everything, really. Everything!
If you like what you see, you should also check out Jennfier’s blog, where you’ll find some behind the scenes posts about the collection.
Hi N.E.E.T. blog readers – it’s Mallory with some Handmade finds for you.
Every fall when the leaves start changing, I start wanting to add some knit items to my wardrobe. Unfortunately, knitting is not a talent I have been blessed with. I’ve tried, and tried, and tried some more to learn… but to no avail. Thankfully, there are plenty of people out there who can knit – and who can knit well. Below you’ll find some of their creations.
1. Bob’s Scarf in Peach $40.00 Piksi 2.) Mittens $46.00 Sarah McNeil 3.) Chunky Cowl in Beige $48.00 Ministry of Yarn 4.) Six Cord Knitted Necklace $60.00 A Alicia 5.) Mini Swing Tunic $250 Isobel and Cleo 6.) Grey Fox Cowl $75.00 Windowsill 7.) MEKO Dolman Drape Cardigan $88.00 Peeko Apparel
Hello, again! It’s Mallory from Where the Lovely Things Are with some handmade fall fashion for you.
The following looks are from Shaina Mote‘s 2010 Autumn/Winter collection. Don’t they make you want to laze about in a park for an afternoon? A nice fall breeze… a good book… something delicious to wear: that sounds pretty perfect to me, especially if I was lucky enough to be wearing the first outfit…
Stay tuned this week for more of N.E.E.T.’s favorite Fall collections!
It’s Mallory from Where the Lovely Things Are again with some handmade picks.
Today I’ve found a few creations that’ll turn your jewelry box into a little zoo! With a fox and a snake on your fingers, a rabbit and a bird running away from a fox on your neck, and a pair of armadillos snorting around your ears you’ll be rocking a menagerie of awesome creatures!
Or maybe it’s best to just wear one at a time, it’s up to you of course – a Noah’s ark look would be pretty sweet.
1.) Baby Fox Ring $190.00 Axelhoney 2.) Dave the Snake Ring $550.00 Macha 3.) Jackrabbit Necklace $105.00 Odette New York 4.) White Bird Necklace $25.00 White Square 5.) Armadillo Woodland Animal Earrings $16.00 Christine Domanic Jewelry 6.) Fox Cub Necklace $70.00 Joanna Rutter
Hello, hello. It’s Mallory from Where the Lovely Things Are and for today’s handmade finds I’ve searched Etsy for the loveliest scarves.
Where I live (in the US, Maine specifically) it’s starting to cool down a bit and I’m psyched. There’s nothing that makes me more miserable than being all hot and sweaty: I am not a summer girl. In celebration of cooler weather’s arrival, I’m starting to dig out my flats, light jackets & scarves. Man oh man do I love scarves! A better accessory has never been invented. Below you’ll find some of my favorite light-weigh handmade scarves: they’re all suitable to wear now (on a non-sweltering day, of course) and when fall officially arrives. Transitional accessories! So very useful.
1.) The Wanderer Sheer Cotton Scarf $62.00 Scout & Catalogue 2.) Sunny Day Summer Scarf $28.00 Leah Duncan 3.) Purple Jellyfish Scarf $23.00 Slow Loris 4.) Virginia and Charles Scarf $32.00 Snoozer Loser 5.) Whales Sheer Jersey Summer Scarf $16.00 Zen Threads 6.) Shredded Scarf $38.00 Urban Revisions 7.) Navajo Printed Scarf $48.00 Thief & Bandit 8.) Skull Scarf $58.00 Hand and Shadow 9.) Heather with Brown and Magenta $42.00 Necklush 10.) Raspberry Owl Scarf $22.99 Bonbi Forest
Hello, it’s Mallory from Where the Lovely Things Are with some handmade fashion news.
Jenny Gordy is the lady behind Wiksten, and she designs and creates some of my favorite handmade apparel ever. The Chambray Ikat Sundress below is a perfect example of her aesthetic and, frankly, her awesomeness. The dress will be added to her shop on Thursday, along with some other sure-to-be-beautiful items.
If you’re interested in finding out more about the shop update, you can follow her blog this week.
Hello, hello! It’s Mallory from Where the Lovely Things Are, and today I’ve put together a selection of handmade (and completely fantastic) bags. I have a huge stack of bags in my room, but I’m always game for adding another onto the heaping pile.
1.) Maya Tote $82.00 Scout & Catalogue 2.) A Roundy-Bottomed Tough Ruffles Zipper Purse $28.00 madebyhank 3.) Molde $62.00 Mia Accessories 4.) Baby Ninfea $56.00 Ninu 5.) Double Cobra Snake Bag $18.00 Thief & Bandit 6.) Larch Bag $279.00 Valhallabrooklyn 7.) BLK Spring Tote $65.00 LAYERxlayer 8.) Fitzgerald Leather Tote Bag $330.00 rennes
Hello! It’s Mallory again, and I have some handmade fashion for you today from me & oli. I’m completely crazy about everything in their line, as the fabric used to construct the garments is covered in original illustrations. Wonderfully unique, and totally awesome.
For today’s collection of handmade goods, I’ve found some beautiful jewelry featuring rough cut stones, as rough cut stones > clean cut stones, in my personal opinion!
1. The Breath of Heaven Salvage Necklace with Rough Amethyst Point $35.00 Sparrow Salvage 2. Single Crystal Necklace $45.00 Moth House 3. Lil Gold Rush Ring $95.00 Dollybird 4. Crystalline Sunshine Druzy Necklace $62.00 Clementine 5. Radial Clear Quartz Stalactite Slice Necklace $95.00 Brilliance Found 6. Green Garnet Studs $112.00 Lila Ruby King 7. Rocky Ring $70.00 Ach Ach Liebling 8. Raspberry Quartz Necklace $26.00 wonderwear 9. Stalactite Earrings $28.00 Savage Salvage 10. Palmwood and Fluorite Ring $95.00 Silvia De La Rosa Cueto« Previous Entries