Happy Friday! I'm not sure if it's because I was working with an even smaller wardrobe than usual, or because spring feels closer than ever but I had an incredibly productive week and the start of some very exciting projects! On Tuesday, I shared a complete run-down of the 10 items in my 10x10 challenge complete with sizing and price information for each piece. My video on Wednesday was part 2 of my "How To Look Expensive" series which featured some of the styling tips I rely on to look luxe. I'm very excited to be turning this into a series and for part 3 I'm going to share some outfit combinations that always look like a million bucks so be on the lookout for that video soon. Yesterday's post kicked off a mini-series all about why I've decided to add a signet ring to my jewelry collection and how Ruffs is making that a reality. I've been researching signets and the features I'd like mine to have for many years, so I'm excited to share the information I've collected with you. I'll be sharing my design choices including shape, engraving and carat in my next post in the series but in the meantime, here are some of the things I've been loving this week.
PHANTOM THREAD SET DESIGN | Jason and I recently saw Phantom Thread and everything from the cinematography to the costumes were beautiful. One of the things that struck me the most though, was the incredible attention to detail so I was thrilled to see this brief interview with the set design team for a healthy dose of inspiration.
DESIGN INSPIRATION FROM THE CUTEST SEASIDE PUB | The nautical touches in this adorable seaside restaurant and bar are giving me major decor inspiration.
TIO Y TIA HAT COMPANY | You know how much I love hats, and the newest brand on the market has me craving another fedora that I don't need but would definitely wear.
AMAZON GOES CASHIER-LESS | Amazon recently opened their first cashier-less store this week which allows customers to leave the store, goods in hand with no need to wait at a cash register. I'm so fascinated with the direction retail is headed and can't wait to see how long it takes for these stores to roll out in the rest of the country.