Friday, January 17, 2014

the land of gray and pink










(vintage wonderland exploring at Thistle Kc.)




(beret/leggings: h&m, boots: target, tote: fieldguided, everything else is vintage) 

    A land full of gray and pink is where I'd really love to live. I'd wear my light pink beret daily, switching between a gray cashmere sweater and a long gray maxi dress I own. Actually, who am I to talk about simply wearing two colors... I'd be bored so quickly. 
    My past few days have been spent developing new projects for this year, which one of my newest is to design my own collection of lingerie. I have been practicing a few designs and testing out ideas, which all require drinking many lattes from the espresso machine I got for Christmas. I have also been spending a bit of time around the plaza, admiring the architecture and the rooftop views. Other times I have ventured to the Rivermarket district, which holds one of my favorite antique stores in Kansas City, Thistle. Thistle is one of my favorites not only because everything is categorized by color in the store, but because of the amazing items I always find there (and amazingly priced as well). Today, with a gift card my boyfriend had given me, I purchased the most lovely lacy nightgown (which I will be wearing as a dress) and a teacup with a saucer.

17 comments:

  1. Lovely photos! I really love that sweater and love the idea of designing your own lingerie line!

    XOXO
    Becca | Ladyface Blog

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  2. The sweater is so cute and I love the picture of the staricase. I really enjoy folliwng along your IG! So many nice pictures, however, its also nice to see the picutres here on your blog!

    Enjoy your weekend!

    xx

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  3. gah, those stairs in the plaza are SO amazing, i can't get enough of that burst of color. and i've been seriously considering getting an espresso machine- how have you been liking yours? does it taste like something out of a coffee shop?

    xo marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

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    1. I do love it! My parents have had one forever, so I've been using one for awhile (I was also a barista for awhile, so I have some experience), I would recommend buying one because ive been saving a lot of money by being able to create drinks at home!

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  4. wooow your pictures are just amazing. one minute i thought the picture of the stairs was taken in spain. and how adorable is your sweater!
    kiss,mary
    http://www.maryloucinnamon.com/

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  5. These are such pretty pictures, so whimsical and full of delicate treasures ^_^

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  6. That lace dress is incredible! <3

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  7. I love your photography!
    Your sweater is adorable! I love the colors.


    http://www.katielikeme.com

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  8. so beautiful

    http://iamaleena.blogspot.com.au/

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  9. that lovely photos!, I love the vintage is so magical!

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  10. I can't wait to see what you design!! I wish I could live in your world :)

    Mackenzie
    www.heybirdfriend.com

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  11. Lovely photos, as usual :) I love your beret and sweater!

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  12. sometimes i try to get away from pink because i wear it (& decorate with it) way too much, but i just can't! :)

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  13. Looks like life is going well!!! I'd love to see the designs you're coming up with. :-)

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  14. These photos are beautiful, LOVE the pink beret :) Can't wait to see the lingerie you come up with, ooh lala!

    <3 Megan
    http://www.garden-variety.net

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  15. I love that you layed your outfit out with something you ate while wearing it. I've never seen that done before but it really is a good idea- many times my outfits for a day or event out revolve around eating- brunch, a dinner date, baking, etc! Good thinking!!

    perfectly Priya

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