Exotic Handbag Queen Alexandra Knight is my idol.
First and most importantly, Alexandra went to Hollins College. She was actually just a year older than I was and I remember her vividly. She had the best style—simple and sophisticated. She was smart and unique, and I knew way back then she was going to [...]
A few months ago I came across this little gem of a blog called A Little Dash of Ash.
Of course the title of the blog is close to my heart, but more importantly this sweet girl has the greatest style and ideas. She recently posted about the Juice Cleanse mania. I have been [...]
The amazing thing about the leopard pattern or any animal pattern, really, is its ability to recycle season after season, year after year. I have many animal print items that I still wear that are over 10 years old, I have even started to introduce the leopard pattern into my home.
This year, I [...]
I have been meaning to feature the one and only Houston BHLDN. I have been in several times, but never with my camera. Today, my friend JJ and I went in to snoop around and I was able to snap many great photos. JJ recommended that I add a new category to my blog [...]
Recently, I have taken a liking to landscape artwork, mainly the abstract stuff. There is something so serene about looking at a clearing, a river or lake surrounded by greenery and seasonal attributes. I stumbled across Elissa Gore not too long ago and fell in love with her work.
Elissa Gore paints large, atmospheric landscapes. [...]
The Bungalow 5 collections are designed and produced by a group of architects and designers who are based in New York City. Working with in-house cabinetmakers and finishers, the Bungalow 5 team produces unique and stylish pieces often using unusual materials sourced from distant places.
While their designs are heavily influenced by both Eastern [...]