The Pit & The Pendulum Necklace, $45
It’s no secret that Evidence Jewelry’s “The Pit & The Pendulum” necklace is my favorite necklace as of the past couple months, as you’ve seen in every outfit post lately. I apologize for being annoying and always linking to something that is sold out, but GOOD NEWS, Katie of Evidence Jewelry finally sent us a couple more for the store! Since each is handmade, we only have a couple to sell, so if it’s something you were eyeing, I’d snatch it up sooner rather than later!
I wear it almost every single day and it’s gotten to the point where it becomes difficult to NOT put it on. The length, the weight, the shape – ALL PERFECT. It’s like it’s too easy to put it on. Having to decide on something else to accessorize your outfit that day would require just too much brain work.
Forever 21 sweater
Urban Outfitters pants
Isabel Marant boots
Betsy & Iya necklace
Exciting weekend for the store – we have officially moved into our new space! YEYUH. We are now officially located in Belltown (yay? gross?), just about 4 blocks from the Space Needle. AND! In even more exciting news, we are going to be opening a physical storefront as well! IT’S REAL, YOU GUYS. Our operations and fulfillment team will be working away in the back, while a brand new retail space will be open to the public in the front. Party in the front, business in the back, amirite?
Today will be our first day in our new space! Can’t wait to start ORGANIZING THINGS. Then, soon, you can VISIT US. @_@
Click here for Moorea’s post and photos on our old studio space, as well as details on our new one!
Gilligan & O’Malley modal thongs
1 for $5 // 3 for $11
I just discovered my new favorite underwear – the Gilligan & O’Malley modal thongs from Target. Yes, Target! Super soft, super stretchy, super thin, super CHEAP. They really do feel like wearing nothing at all (nothing at all! NOTHING AT ALL!). At only $5 each (and even cheaper if you buy 3 at a time), you could rebuild your entire underwear collection in one go.
Saint Laurent boots
Alexander McQueen necklace
Even though I love wearing black, even I feel a bit macabre when wearing black on black. A holey [black] sweater over a [black] bralette + black [on black] striped jeans helps to break up what would otherwise be giant black block. In essence, black under black over black on black. Black block. It’s beautiful.
If a piece of clothing comes in multiple colors, 75% of the time, I want the black one. It always just looks the best to me! The problem with preferring black is that you end up with a bunch of black tops to pair with your pants – which are, of course, comprised almost entirely of black jeans. WELL. The phrase “I’m trying to wear more color” gives my heart a flutter of anxiety (do I HAVE to?), so I guess “funereal” will be theme for the foreseable future.
SHOP THE POST | striped denim
This past weekend, I went CAMPING. For the first time! To be fair, it was moreso glamping than it was camping – we stayed in a yurt (i.e., a fancy teepee) at Grayland Beach State Park. But building fires? Sleeping bags? PUBLIC SHOWERS? Roughing it, definitely.
Our yurt + beautiful fire built by Jenette
The first night was just me and my coworker/friend Jenette. Truly THE BLIND LEADING THE BLIND. But after having the GPS decide not to give further directions because TOO RURAL, getting lost, and somehow locating our campsite in complete darkness, we settled into our little yurt. We got our fire going (thank you, directions on the package of logs!), cooked up some delicious burgers, and shared a bottle of wine.
The next morning, we explored Grayland Beach, which turned out to be a vastly desolate, but really beautiful beach.
We then took a short drive to Westport Beach, where we heard that there was agate hunting. QUARTZ? GEODES? CRYSTALS? Well, we weren’t sure if any of the rocks we were collecting were actually agates, but it turned out to be so fun! There’s something relaxing and childlike in collecting pretty things. We ended up spending over an hour like 8 year olds, collecting our favorite rocks (AGATES?), showing each other our best ones, and excitedly filling up our plastic bags with treasures to bring home.
That evening, the rest of the girls made it to the yurt and we took a second trip to the beach the next day.
Girls in a yurt
MY AGATES! (ROCKS?)