Archive for May, 2015
I hesitated before pulling the trigger on this linen tee, because it cost more than a tee should cost. But I’m so glad I went for it anyway: it hangs really elegantly, and—because it’s on the sheer side—looks fantastic with a hint of black bra peeking out underneath. If you’re into that type of thing.
I could wear my new Crippen skinny trousers every day, and on my recent trip out west, all but did: they are so much more flattering on me than jeans that they make me wonder why I bother with jeans in the first place,and have a nice amount of stretch without looking all stretchy. They’re sold out in almost every size almost everywhere online, so you might want to try this also rather slim-cut pair from Emerson Fry, or these, which are from J. Brand and nicely on sale.
If there was any way in the world I could justify buying yet another pair of sneakers, it would be these sneakers.
- The new Flannery O Connor stamp is rather rad.
- These portraits of 90s New York drag queens like Sister Dimension and Lady Bunny sure do take me back. (Flavorwire)
- Amy Schumer takes on Bill Cosby. (Time)
- It can be done, people: here are ten individuals who switched careers after 50. (Mental Floss)
- Progress. (Jezebel)
Coolest dartboard ever.
Do not delay in checking this one out, guys: the markdowns are plentiful, generous, and altogether tempting. I’ve been obsessed with this almost-too-cute cropped suede jacket since it turned up on the site a few months ago.
A cheeky beach blanket built for two.
Just exactly the type of tee that looks great under a blazer, and in such an excellent color combo.
- Love, love, love photographer Dennis Feldman’s photos from Hollywood Boulevard, circa late 60s-early 70s. (The Cut)
- The meaning of “Code V,” the purpose of a smellitzer, and more deep-insider info about Disney theme parks. (Flavorwire)
- Jon Stewart, mensch. (Time)
- A Bill Murray Christmas special, people. (Kottke)
- Your morning weep. (Laughing Squid)
This mini version of Clare Vivier’s Kenya bag: so simple, so genius (and unlike the larger version, it comes with that second, longer, handle, which makes it so much more real-life useful too).