3.1 Phillip Lim for Target Launch Party

Friday, September 6, 2013

phillip lim for target mini pashli bag

It's official: I need a mini Target Pashli. I saw it in the flesh last night at the 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target Launch Party at Spring Studios here in NYC. It's really good. So cute. I figured it would be but I had to see it in person to get a better idea if I wanted it for not. I much prefer leather handbags but I'll make exceptions. To own an affordable yet really attractive little brainchild of Phillip Lim...how can I say no? The collection itself is very stylish and well made. For the girls, my favorites are the blue leather moto jacket, the faux leather sleeved dress and the mini Pashli inspired satchels. I also liked the Boom sweater a lot more after seeing Jessica Alba wear it at the event.

phillip lim for target dress

phillip lim for target boom scarf

phillip lim for target mens bags

phillip lim and jessica alba

Will you be getting anything from the Phillip Lim for Target collection? If you need a refresher before the collection comes out, here you go.

Cold Spring Antiques

Sunday, September 1, 2013

vintage salt and pepper shakers

vintage coke bottles

vintage poodle

vintage troll dolls

vintage buttons and pins

vintage mickey mouse

Happy September! Spent a couple days up in Cold Spring and just got back yesterday. This quiet little town happens to have everything I love: a street filled with really good antiques to pick through, an apothecary shop, the best popsicles, the biggest scoops of ice cream, cute brunch spots and views that are nice enough for this city girl. I can't wait to go back for a hike to truly enjoy some fall foliage.

While I came home empty handed (but full bellied), I did see some really cool things that I had lots of fun taking photos of. If only I had a car to lug back some of this stuff! We are moving again in a couple months so taking home new housewares isn't the brightest idea but maybe later on once I figure out my living situation.

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