Thursday, July 19, 2012

pins and things

I'm happy to say that I'm very happy at the moment :)

After lots of time spent being productive this week (searching and applying for jobs, following up, writing, etc.), tomorrow I'm heading back to my college town for the first time since I graduated in May. I'll be there until Tuesday or Wednesday visiting friends (including my boyfriend!) and I just can't wait to go. It's been too long!

But before I go, here are my favorite Pinterest finds of the week:

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This gorgeous photo by Ormond Gigli, Girls in the Windows, from 1960. 


The story: "The shot took place in the window frames of brownstones slated for demolition located across the street from the Gigli's studio on 58th St. The women are a mix of celebrities and models and friends of the photographer's. The shot was carefully planned and quickly assembled, as it was required to take place during the construction workers' lunch break."




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 Oh that we could all have such gigantic, gorgeous, perfectly organized cupboards!


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Dreaming of fall again, when I can comfortably wear pants all day (and warm sweaters!).


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I love mismatched wall arrangements. When I have my own home, I hope to create something similar, though it's always harder than it looks, isn't it? Effortless looks are almost always deceptive.

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And speaking of framing, I really want to find a way to display my (huge stack) of travel photos from last semester, when I studied abroad in Greece. I love this ideaan enormous frame, a statement piece—because I'd love to display as many of the photos as possible. Plus, it would make such an impact in an otherwise neutral room.

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I don't wear a lot of jewelry, but I've been trying to make more of an effort lately. Loving this triangle necklace.

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Perfectly mixed patterns. This one's been all over Pinterest lately (and for good reason!).

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Again, cold weather fashion. And it's still months away! :(

Hope you all have wonderful weekends!

1 comment:

  1. All of the senior citizens at the food bank say that this weather is supposed to continue until Halloween.

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