Monday, June 30, 2014

Vintage Summer Match Made in Heaven: Summer Hat and Sunglasses

You could be an international woman of mystery, or just enjoy a day on the beach, with this great combination of a floppy hat and heart shaped sunglasses!

70s-80s Wide Brimmed Black Straw Hat with Red Sash from Anatomy Vintage

1990s Red Heart Sunglasses from Retro and Me

Friday, June 27, 2014

Featured Friday: Dolphin Daze

At Dolphin Daze, you'll find all sorts of art and jewelry, some of which is handpainted. I'm a big fan of this spooky Halloween mask inspired by Vincent Van Gogh's Starry Night. If I'm ever able to convince my husband that my mask collection belongs on a wall somewhere in our house, this would be a beautiful piece to add to the collection. In the meantime, though, I'll have to content myself with looking at it and the other great items at Dolphin Daze!

Monday, June 23, 2014

Friday, June 20, 2014

Featured Friday: ThreeLace

ThreeLace, by Small Rini Lady, is a shop filled with some of the cutest Lolita accessories around! Here, you can find fascinators, animal ears, hats, goggles, and so much more! This teapot fascinator is super adorable, and she's got teacup fascinators to match, for a whole Alice in Wonderland mad tea party theme!

If you're looking for items for a specific Lolita-cosplay costume, or if you just like the aesthetic, you're sure to find something you love at ThreeLace!

Friday, June 13, 2014

Featured Friday: Falcorations Odyssey

Falcorations Odyssey makes super cute and whimsical plush animals, monsters, and other creations! I love this little dragon, but I also really like the plush trees, which are a beautiful mix of realistic and possessed of fantastic personality.

Pop on by Falcorations Odyssey and check out all of the monsters and other plush items available there!

Friday, June 6, 2014

Featured Friday: Katie Clark Art

I spent last weekend at Oddmall, and while I didn't get much of a chance to get out from behind my own table, I did take a couple of quick jogs around the room to see what caught my eye. The artwork at Katie Clark Art's booth absolutely stuck out for me. It's a wonderful mix of cute and creepy, which is just the sort of stuff that I love.

Whether you're a fan of Princess Mononoke (and the kodama, which I refer to as "clickerheads"), video games, or just lovely paintings, Katie Clark Art has all kinds of great options to choose from!