Ten Most Wanted – Etsy

Hey gang. The internet is a wonderful tool for shopping. But it’s also incredibly overwhelming, if you’re looking for new/interesting brands and products. So, from time to time I’ll post these Ten Most Wanted lists, and hopefully you’ll get introduced to new and awesome stuff! (Because – new and awesome stuff is totes rad, amirite?)…

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Lessyloo’s Sunday List – March 19

Remember when I promised I was going to do better at posting these weekly? Goals, man. Anyway – I’m continuing to procrastinate on doing my taxes, so I decided today was the day to get back on track with these Sunday posts. Because I am an adult and I understand the proper ways to prioritize.…

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My California vacation – Palm Springs

Day 4, continued – Road-trippin’ Where I left off with recounting of my LA adventures, I was about to make the trip east toward Palm Springs while the rest of the country was watching the Super Bowl. The traffic wasn’t bad, and I entertained myself by catching up on podcasts – getting up to speed…

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Single, so PINK?

Whether it’s because I’ve been seeing shades of pink everywhere recently for Valentine’s Day, or because I’ve always always been a little obsessed with the color, I’ve got an idea brewing for this beautiful hue. (Credits, clockwise: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) Guh. I love these blush and peachy pinks. Such a feminine tone.…

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Palm Springs Homes – North

Yesterday I took an amazing architecture tour of Palm Springs, and I suspect I only scratched the surface. If you love architecture and come to Palm Springs, you should most certainly take this 3-hr tour. It also has an accompanying map and app. This post is going to be about architecture. As was my last…

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Lessyloo’s Sunday List – February 5

I just saw La La Land, and it has me jonesing to get some “new” vintage dresses. So inspired. Apparently, everyone is talking about this. Here and here and here and here and here and here and here. However, I think the big point that most of these articles are missing is that to get…

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UnforGETTYable

This post is worth it just for the name. Man. And the other thing that makes it totally worthwhile is the gorgeous architecture (both buildings and landscape.) The architect of the Getty Center was Richard Meier, and he did an absolutely incredible job of taking cues from the setting to inform his designs.   It was…

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