Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Things I'm Loving - 1

Hello all!

This week has been more stressful than most due to the THREE exams I have. Usually my work-load isn't so bad, but it's like all of my professors coordinated to make this week crazy for me. Obviously that's not what happened, but it sure feels intentional. So between studying for hours and chugging coffee to stay awake, I haven't had much free time. But in the little free time I do have, a few things have been catching my eye. Today I thought I'd share a few of my favorite things on the web as of recent. Some items I'll get to call my own soon (What can I say? I shop when I'm stressed! Reward for making it through this tough week?), and some... I just think are really great. Enjoy! 

These two are from Anthro and have been in my shopping bag for months now. I think it's time for them to be mine...
Meet the Katrine Peplum Top. I'm a huge fan of peplums, especially for spring. A peplum top in coral lace?! Uh, yes please. Just ordered last night.

And this necklace? Anthro, you get me every time. Just the right amount of pop with those yellow beads.

I'm loving this hat from Steve Alan. I've been looking for a good summer beach fedora, wide-brimmed or bowler hat for quite some time. But I think I might go with a more affordable version like this one or this one.

How cute is this print? I've been thinking ahead to dorm room decorating for next year--I'd love to get a few of her pieces for my roommate and I!

I am totally obsessed with Rifle Paper Co.'s Botanical Rose collection. I want the notepads, the stationary, and I even tried to convince my sister to get her wedding invitations from the collection (she politely turned down that idea...she's not as in to floral as I am). But Mother's Day is coming up soon, which is the perfect excuse to buy this beautiful card for my incredible mama.

Well, that's it for now! Until next time.

Also, keep the great city of Boston in your thoughts and prayers. It's crazy to think that something so devastating happened yesterday to a city I have come to know and love this year. Although this world is crazy and unpredictable, we have hope and comfort in Christ.