Wednesday, May 22, 2013 NOM NOM NOM: Pastel Candyland
Pretty pastels sure do go down easy. While we’re busy cloaking ourself in desaturated duds, we may or may not also be snacking on a couple sweets and treats to match. Pastel on the inside and out—totally.
Tomorrow Land Crop Tank
Emma Jelly Sandal - Lilac
Eternal Sunshine Dress
J'Adore Lip Gloss - Heliotrope
Double Dip Top
Ice Cream Skinny Jeans
Warm Shadow Knit
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 NOM NOM NOM: Sugar High
We never stay in the same place for long—especially when it comes to our sartorial inclinations. And so while last week we were preaching the ways of a squeaky-clean, wonderfully sophisticated all white look, now we’re backlashing into a full on, extra weird summertime rainbow daze. Inspired by the full psychedelic spectrum of these trippy homemade lollipops, we’re opting to wear all the colors, all at once. Our Keep It Weird Shop‘s got all the goods; so suit up, act strange—and don’t forget to post it on Instagram.
Taste The Rainbow
Juicy Fruit Dress
Foxy Platform - Rainbow
Zandra Swimsuit - Prism
Wild Child Skirt
Heatwave Muscle Dress
Cosmic Daze Tee
Burleigh Leather Jacket
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 NOM NOM NOM: Get Your Mac On
Made in every hue known to woman, the charmingly delicious macaron is the ultimate accessory of desserts. Inspired by model Cora Keegan in our latest lookbook, we want to do nothing more than lounge around eating these airy, creamy French pastries–the definition of decadence.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012 NOM NOM NOM: Thanks to Rainbows
If you’re lucky enough to live southward, you’ve got pulsating, prehistoric bounties of all manner of fruits and vegetables freaking out and available to you year-round. It’s probably literally falling heavy and juicy and ripe from trees all around, as you skip down the streets with perfectly pink cheeks and wispy ocean hair, doing salt tricks in the sun, a shell in your pocket, a flower in your tresses. Pin a beautiful red rose on your cute little nose for that! For the rest of us though, about now is what we call harvest time, and basically we get to pretend we are sunshine coast citizens for about a month. It’s beginning to wind down now, so I wanted to just take this moment to acknowledge and bid farewell to another year of the beautiful sunshine rainbow of summer (edible, and otherwise).