Tandem Antiques recently began following me on Twitter. I had never heard of them, so I checked out their link. And that’s when I found these little vintage beauties:
You can follow Tandem Antiques on Twitter HERE.
Welcome to the vintage brilliance of 26 Olive Street. Their old-school offerings and fabulously composed polaroid-style photos make me giddy (to an annoying degree, I’m sure). I bet they’ll have the same effect on you.
(all images borrowed from their Etsy shop)
In honor of Felt & Wire’s launch of their new online shop, I thought I’d go ahead and post some images of their fantastic double-sided wrapping paper, containing plenty of great type-related images.
Enjoy, and go visit the Felt & Wire Shop!
Get updated on all things Felt & Wire by following them on Twitter HERE.
Honestly, I’m not even sure how I came across Bord de Scène. It was one of those mysterious blog-links-to-blog-links-to-blog-ad infinitum types of experiences. But the important thing is that I found it. And it rules. And I bet you’ll think it rules, too. Here’s why…
A “méchante” is a mean girl. Yet, Élodie seems as creatively (and fashionably) charming as they come. I was introduced to her site by the lovely Katrina over at Pugly Feet, where she featured Elodie as one of her style muses back in June. Trust me: you are going to want to steal ALL of Elodie’s outfits. It’s kind of annoying how adorable she is, really. Maybe that‘s why she’s la méchante.
All images below have been graciously borrowed from Le blog de la méchante:
Waiting in line at the Staten Island ferry terminal on July Fourth.