The ROUNDUP // 8.20.17

A few of my favorite finds in fashion, art, interiors, and more from around the web.

1  I'm so inspired by Rejina Pyo's Fall 2017 collection. I think it is both incredibly current and also timeless, and that's a hard balance to strike. (Honestly WTF)  |  2  The piercing gazes and layered prints in Kelly Beeman's fashion illustrations are really captivating to me. (Kelly Beeman)


3  This home tour of an Austin "Vintage Treasure Hunter" is full of charming finds and clever decor ideas. (Apartment Therapy)  |  4  My current favorite TED Talk: Françoise Mouly, The New Yorker's art director, tells the stories behind the magazine's iconic covers. (TED)


5  I loved this studio tour with Heidi Lee, an innovative milliner inspired by surrealism. (Nylon)


And a few more...

These tiny dioramas blew my mind.

Color Factory looks so cool!

Are you going boot crazy yet? These pink velvet beauties and these trompe l'oiel sock boots are topping my list.

I love the heirloom quality of this Stella & Dot necklace.

The most high-fashion temporary tattoos to ever exist.

I loved this article about leaning into what you already are.

This is my life: 14 examples of extroverted introverts.

And my favorite thing I've read lately, Austin Kleon on a major lesson in learning from his 4-year-old son.

And in case you missed it around here, I shared a retro-inspired Last Days of Summer playlist.

It's also the last day to enter my Maskcara giveaway, so if you haven't done so already, head on over to Instagram and tag a beautiful friend!


What links did you love this week? Feel free to drop a link to a favorite post or your own content in the comments.

The 12 Days of Holiday Gift Guides! Day 2: The Free Spirit

It's the second installment of The 12 Days of Holiday Gift Guides and I've got whole slew of beautiful boho gifts for the free spirit in your life. From the natural to the glam, if your recipient feels right at home in the 60s-70s era, they will love these gifts!


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I hope you loved these free-spirited finds! Make sure to check back in tomorrow, when I'll be sharing be favorite gifts for tech-lovers!


Weekend Reading Vol. 7

The internet is so cool. Here are some of my favorite finds this week...

I've been entertaining the idea of reforming from a plant murderer into a real-life plant owner. These gorgeous DIY marbled spray paint planters are really sealing the deal for me. (Vintage Revivals)  |  2  Isn't this Garance Doré x Equipment collaboration beautiful? (Equipment)


I'm loving the Instagram of artist Giulia Bernardelli, who makes intricate paintings with coffee, ice cream, honey- pretty much anything! (Instagram)  |  4  Is this DIY cactus pincushion not the cutest thing you've ever seen? I definitely need this for my little studio/office. (A Beautiful Mess)


Wills sisters mark your calendars. We've got a date with destiny...

Plus a few more...

Love this off-the-shoulder look.

And how this maxi shirt dress is styled- so cool!

Bookmarking these easy-to-keep plants for my journey to a green thumb.

Bloggers take note: super valuable takeaways from WDS.

I really want this mug.

A great roundup of podcasts for makers.

Pantone confetti and other wonderful things.

You don't owe prettiness to anyone- loved this!


Weekend Reading Vol. 6

Who loves the internet? Feast your eyes on these most delectable links...

1  I'm a costume girl, so I could spend hours ogling the looks from the F/W 15-16 Haute Couture shows. If you'd rather just spend a few minutes, this is a great roundup of some of the standout looks. (The Blonde Salad)  |  2  I found this series of timeless faces shot by Steven Meisel for Italian Vogue completely mesmerizing. (Fashion Copious)


3  I cannot stop thinking about this DIY treadmill desk! It's fitness/DIY/multitasking goals all rolled into one. MUST HAVE! (I Heart Vegetables)  |  2  I've really gotten into the #FWSBeautyChallenge and have been trying to use Instagram with more intention, but it can sometimes be hard to come up with new ideas, settings, compositions, etc. I'm definitely bookmarking this post of photo ideas for when I'm feeling creatively tapped. (Helene in Between)


5  I am SO loving this illustrated campaign for Prada Raw eyewear.


Don't miss these!...

Nine seconds very well spent.

I am utterly fascinated with these naked bodies.

The fashion books to read this summer.

I thought this was really powerful.

A gorgeous bird that weighs less than a dime.

I'll never make this but it looks amazing.

Fancy game night- so cute!

And my favorite look this week.


What links are you loving? Let's chat in the comments!


Five Minute Friday: Using a Ribbon to Solve Your Wardrobe Woes


Do you have a ribbon and a minute to spare? Great, because this simple solution can get your closet whipped into shape with seriously minimal effort!


Have you heard of the ribbon method before? It's a super simple way to get your closet organized- you basically just tie a ribbon at the far end of your closet rod with all of your clothes to one side. Then, after you've worn a piece, hang it back up on the opposite side of the ribbon. After a couple of months of following this system, you'll really be able to see what items you wear and what items might be ready for donation.


The ribbon method can help solve a few major organizational problems:

1. You'll lighten the load. If you know you need to purge your wardrobe but can't seem to part with anything, this eliminates the decision process. Simply set a date (like 6 months out, for example) and anything on the unworn side of the ribbon goes.

2. You'll re-purpose old favorites. You know that designer skirt you found on clearance two years ago that still has the tags on it? Or that favorite old jacket that, even though it's not really your style anymore, you're still hanging onto, just in case? Well, there's nothing like a looming donation deadline to get the creative juices flowing. Now is the time to see if you can restyle those pieces in a new way that you'll love or if it's simply time to pass them along.

3. You'll get organized. If it has been a while since you cleaned out your closet, this is the perfect opportunity to get it back in order. As you are hanging the pieces you've worn on the other side of the ribbon, take a second to merchandise it among the others. If you decide on an organizational method in the beginning (tanks with tanks, jackets with jackets, etc.) and then hang your worn items accordingly, by the time your ribbon has moved down the rack, your closet will be an organized masterpiece!


What do you think? Would you try the ribbon method?