Does shopping actually make you happy? I think it does, and these answers really resonated with me because it’s so true.
Everyone and their aunt has been messaging me that these Express shoes under $50 (plastic, not real leather) is the perfect Chanel-esque substitute for my toe-cap obsession.
Marriage Advice from 1891. I rather like this one:
—Don’t marry your cousin. It may be very tempting; relatives are often warmly attached to each other from long and intimate acquaintance. Remember that constantly thrown in each other’s society will often create such attachments. With many persons, marriage of blood relations will more or less lead to deafness, blindness, or deformity. It may skip one generation and find another. It may result in disease and weakness. It may be all right, but seven to eight it is risky and uncertain, and you can’t afford to be uncertain in such matters.
4. Executive pinecone
Hear me out. But I think I am about to buy this helicone (?) playable art sculpture because I love it. It’s just so cool! They have a mini helicone but it’s plastic and a large one that is plastic too, but I am willing to pay more for the wood version.
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6. Lightbulbs poppin’
I am currently looking at different options for my future closet/wing of the home, and this chandelier keeps rising up on my list.
7. Queen’s Wardrobe
I LOVED the show The Queen’s Gambit, and the wardrobe was equally as stunning. I loved watching this costume run-through. These vintage pieces are not cheap however, if a $500 gift card is barely enough to buy one item, let alone 1/3 of it…. I did like this MGM Dumpster-find of some incredible Dior runthrough she did as well.
8. Colour Wheel
I want to buy these sticky colour wheel notes, but only for Little Bun because he would go bananas over them.