Men’s Fashion: Scotch & Soda – Justin

October 24, 2012 § 1 Comment

Justin knows your mom’s name. He’s running around the city doing a million different things, but has to get away at least once a month.  He’s in charge, but always makes sure to get his own hands on all his projects before they’re out the door. He’s a terrific friend, and an excellent co-escape artist.

I apparently feel like Justin should be given a lot of attention, since I picked so many items for him! Jacket, Nylon Windbreaker Jacket. Shirt, Long-sleeve Twill Check Shirt. Belt, Vintage Embossed Leather Belt. Pants, Jagger Slim-fit Dress Chino. Bag, Outdoor Rucksack. His city persona can trade in the windbreaker for a non-chalant blazer. @ Scotch & Soda.

Men’s Fashion: Scotch & Soda – Albert

October 24, 2012 § Leave a comment

Albert runs the city. He designs killer restaurants and is never mistaken for shy!

 

 

 

Shirt, Crew Tee with Suspender. Pants, Moore Slim-Fit Chino. Sketchbook. @ Scotch & Soda.

Men’s Fashion: Scotch & Soda – Zander

October 24, 2012 § Leave a comment

So… I think I’m going to choose a few guys I know and pick their Scotch & Soda outfits! Here’s Zander. He works in a boatyard, and steers away from anything to fashion-y… Sporty guy and a sweet dad.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sweater is the Naps Yarn Pullover. Jeans are Snatch 5 Pocket Regular Fit. I’ve heard the tapered fits a little strange, which is good to know, because I wasn’t planning on flying to Amsterdam to get anyone fit in person! Bag is the Weekend Bag. Gloves are Knitted Gloves with Leather Patch. Bon Hiver!

 

Tekapo Bach

October 23, 2012 § 2 Comments

 

 

I found this project by NOTT Architects on one of my favorite pages. This cottage is spectacular in material, location, etc, but what really sets it apart is its transformative qualities.  The walls on a corner of the home open to indicate the large outdoor deck, but can be closed too to protect the cottage from the elements while the owners are away.  Beautiful!

 

A Little Sparkle in Your Step

October 16, 2012 § 1 Comment

 

 

Odette Flat By Loeffler Randall.

 

Mary Jane Flats by Butter.

 

Glitter Ballet Flats by Ann Taylor.

Morgan Satterfield

October 15, 2012 § Leave a comment

Morgan Satterfield knows where it’s at, and I love his work! My mom has a huge collection of orientals and I’m always mixing them into my space, so I love that this designer has the same impulse to mix antique textile with modern furniture!

 

 

 

Happy Mixing!

October 10, 2012 § Leave a comment

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seattleinspired

Sorry for being a bit absent lately!

This beautiful house is built in the ultraexclusive enclave of Red Mountain in Aspen Colorado.

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xx,

Valentina

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October 10, 2012 § Leave a comment

so cute.

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I found something fun to start the weekend with people! These adorable little pencil shaving illustrations are the cutest things. Such a simple idea, but illustrator Marta Altes has made it into an artsy series of work. That little blue butterfly is my fave. Check out her site – so much more to explore in here!

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Manzine

October 9, 2012 § Leave a comment

I find that men love pop culture just as much as women, they’re just less willing to admit it (sometimes). I love Manzine because it’s from an artistic point of view, but it covers a man’s world from fashion to gossip to, fine yes, a little bit of sport. Mostly it’s just a satirical laugh at the world with a few references to historic wars for masculinity’s sake. Enjoy men!

4 Things

October 8, 2012 § Leave a comment

My weekly Pinterest picks are…

The textile is amazing and the tassel is great. My friend came into work with a similar looking tassel made of horsehair though, and in terms of durability/style, she one-upped every tassel I’ve ever seen before!

I love these copper lights. When I visited DZINE, they had a copper-detailed pendant that was equally to die for.

skirt = complete obsession. Will someone please stop by my house and throw rose pedals at me while I twirl??

Taking codes class in Architecture school will ruin a lot for you, like the fact that no part of this could ever be built in the US, ever… That said, doesn’t it look nice?

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