By Veronika Poluchova. Very awesome. Especially for a guest bedroom.
I don’t usually post romantic things, but I’m a sucker for cute and creative.
A friend recently sent over this “save the date” video for two of her friends. It’s very cute and fun. I want to dance with an umbrella now.
It reminded me of another “save the date” video that I saw last year. This one clearly took a ton of effort, but it’s pretty creative and super fun. I don’t know this couple and I can’t remember who sent it to me, but I’m pretty sure she doesn’t know them either, ha. That’s how good it is.
Life has been a bit crazy and stressful for me lately (hence, a lack of updates…even more so than typical). Between work, and side projects, and family, and relationships, and interviews, and ideas, and meetings, and financial issues, and being nomadic, and life decisions, I just have been non-stop moving, sometimes robotically, which is completely not my style.
I’ve been feeling especially disjointed these past few days. Waking up this morning was difficult because I was just drained — mostly emotionally and spiritually but a bit physically too.
Eventually, I got up from the slab of ice I slept on last night (no heat), went to my computer, and got on my grind. After a while of working, I checked my TweetDeck and saw more than one tweet about the Holstee manifesto (see below). Evidently, they launched a new a LifeCycle film of the manifesto.
It totally made my morning better and reminded me of who I am and what I believe (sorry if that sounds cheesy or dramatic or cliche — but there’s no other way to say it). You can read their manifesto below or just watch the video.
1) I meant to write a blog post back in February or March on Warby Parker and other socially conscious glasses companies. I never did, so I guess this is my compensation in the mean time, until I actually write that post.
2) I know, I’ve been posting too many videos lately.
So the below is a video that Lane Wood of WP put together recently. Love it.
Check it out and see why I wear my Warbies happily pretty much every day.
Just came across this article, Best Dressed Wrists In NYC, by Refinery29. Love some of this arm candy going on.
Though that spine bracelet on Rachel Strugatz (Accessories News Editor of Women’s Wear Daily) in the last picture is awesome, my favorite wrist is probably Shiona Turini (Accessories Director of Teen Vogue ), Picture #1. But that’s probably in addition to what’s not on her wrist.
Mmm. So pretty.