I feel that I am always searching for new things to wear as my first layer. Pretty bras and underwear that still feel like me. Items that aren't fussy or overdone but still items that you would want others to see and just to feel good in while wearing them. Well my friends, Negative Underwear might be just the brand to fill this void. Bras and underwear that are super minimal and easy to wear. Excited for this brand and I am currently wanting to throw away all that I own and wear them from now this day forward.
If you are in Colorado, shop Negative this weekend in Denver and Boulder.
January 28- Goldyn, Denver 5-8
January 29- Pearl Street, Boulder 4-7
January 30- Christina's Lingerie, Boulder 1-4
It is only mid January and REIF has me dreaming of a beach vacation and long summer days spent in swimsuits. I love a high waist bottom and can't imagine wearing any other type of bottom now. I really want one of each color in these. Also, the piece that I am giving all th heart eyes too is the Gama. It reminds me of the monokini's that I wore all of the time growing up. This is definitely the first piece I want to buy for summer. It 100% a must have!
Lookbook shot by, Evan Kinkel.
SCALES AND FOLDS is a collaboration from Ladies & Gentlemen Studio and Calico Wallpaper to make this most perfect editorial with Kaarem. Everything about this is so completely beautiful. The combination of the minimalism from Ladies & Gentleman as well as the walls from Callico couldn't mesh more perfectly with the amazing silhouettes from one of my favorite designers right now, Kaarem. Perfection!
SCALES AND FOLDS is modeled by the stunning Caroline Ventura.
Objects Without Meaning just launched a new online store and it has me overcome with excitement. So many great and versatile pieces that can be transitioned into the next season. It is also so great to shop the whole collection in one place and you quickly realize it is all you really want to be wearing at the moment.
My friend Ali and I had a vision to take the white canvas work pant from Colorado based Topo Designs and put a feminine spin on them. These pants are super durable, resilient, and look freaking amazing on a woman.
The vision was all white in a white background with a easy going vibe to it. We got exactly what we wanted and the photos Ali took make me so happy to see the whole idea come to life.
I wanted to style this look to be easy. Nothing more, nothing less. I paired the Topo pants with a Rivet & Thread poncho. I love the contrast of fabrics between the wool of the poncho and the rugged canvas of the work pants. Underneath I added a henley from Imogene & Willie that has a sun drenched vintage feel to it that added another dimension to the contrast of the fabrics. I decided to add a touch of color with the Topo ragg capp and this beautiful blanket of a scarf from Madewell.
Such a fun shoot collaborating with Ali and Topo Designs.
Photos by: Ali V.
Styled: Lawn Party
Model: Stephanie Clark
Love, love, love this collection from Very Fine South. I have been eyeing this circle clutch for bit and can't stop thinking about it. I love the detail of the handle on the side to be able to slide your hand though. These buttery leather bags made in Atlanta definitely make a wonderful holiday gift.
Dovetail was founded in Boulder, CO in 2005 and now resides in Lexington, KY.
The studio is a collaboration between husband and wife Josh and Margaret Park Smith. Each piece is handmade and unique—Josh develops the graphic patterns and treatments that are applied to the unique silhouettes Margaret has developed, and they share the responsibilities of producing the finished pieces.
Their most recent collection incorporates simple black and white patterns and airbrushed color gradients, with pieces that are the perfect intersection of functional, daily tableware and fine art (and that make the perfect holiday gift!).
Use the promo code lawnparty20 for 20% off during the month of December.
Ropemaker just released a brand new website and the most beautiful of lookbooks. Rope-bound bracelets and necklaces that are amazing on their own, but even better stacked like crazy. Pieces that are so fun to give as well as get. They definitely make the perfect holiday gift.
Silvae was launched in 2013 and the collections are inspired by the surroundings of the Pacific Northwest. The clean lines of this Spring collection, as well as the textural fabrics and the light airy layers are what really grabbed my attention. I love how these silhouettes have volume that creates a lot of movement.
Umm, let's just talk about denim heaven for a minute? This minute is brought to you by Caron Callahan's A/W collection. It has somewhat of a 70's vintage feel but with a perfected update. Wraps, vests, and a buttoned up hooded piece that could be worn as a jacket or dress has me wanting it all.
I've been wearing and loving Bridge & Burn since the beginning and couldn't be happier to have them sponsoring Lawn Party for the month of November.
A few of my favorite items from their Fall '15 collection:
Kathleen Whitaker just released a new collection and has a beautiful new website as well. It is too much pretty all at once! I really love the pins in this collection such as the plate pin as well as the plane pin. Both made of 14k yellow gold and are the perfect addition to any coat this winter.
This Fall collection from Reif was completely inspired by the beauty that is Oregon. Last year, Lindsey started to take more time to explore that around her and was amazed by all the different landscapes that made up her state. This lookbook was shot in the Columbia River Gorge and the scenery really captured the ease of these pieces as well as the perfect color pallette for Fall. One of my favorite pieces from this collection is the Malheaur Jumpsuit.
Be sure to also take a peek at the REIFbasik Fall collection. I am definitely eyeing some everyday pieces that I want to lounge in all winter long.
As a lover of hats, I am truly in love with these from Brookes Boswell Millinery. Each hat is hand blocked and handmade in Portland, Oregon, and all hats can be made-to-measure. Each hat starts with an existing design and with a few alterations can be made specifically to fit you perfectly. Out of this collection, the Benning really stands out to me. Not only is it an amazing design but it also comes with a hat pin from another one of my favorites, Tiro Tiro.
Ryan Roche has been so consistent since the very beginning and it really says a lot about the brand. This designer has mastered the use of cashmere knits that has me wanting to be wrapped up in them every season. I always love how her pieces are forward thinking but are also very wearable. Pieces that could totally be worn on a lazy day at home, to work, or on vacation. Such beauty in the way these pieces are crafted. This collection does not disappoint and it already has me excited for what else Ryan Roche has in store in her collections to follow.
It is only September and First Rite has me dreaming of Spring. It will be so nice to be able to shed the layers after cold months. This collection definitely will be a huge inspiration for my Spring wardrobe. Drapey silhouettes, crop tops, and wide legs are at the top of my list.
Elizabeth Suzann sure knows how to change my summer heart into being ok with it turning Fall then Winter. The F/W 2015 collection that is produced in their studio in Nashville has everything I could possibly want. Silhouettes that have structure as well as being the perfect amount of oversized. The high necklines are a nice change and there is so much versatility within these pieces. One of my favorites from this collection is the Elise dress. The layering possibilities are endless with this mid-length fitted black dress.
I keep coming back to this beautifully shot lookbook for Crescioni. I really haven't been able to get it out of my head. The images are so striking and really capture this collection and what this designer is about in such a raw form. I have been such a huge fan of the statement leather pieces but also am really loving the mix of leather and brass.
With each new season, Hackwith Design continues to impress me with the collection they release. Not only are the silhouettes really thought out, but they are also made of the most amazing fabrics. Fabrics that feel amazing on but also allow and create movement. Hackwith Design sources their fabrics from a family-owned fabric store based in Minneapolis in order to support their local community as well as cut down on waste.
A few of my favorite items from Everlane's newest arrivals.