springtime wants

Good morning dears & happy Friday!

Here’s a quick list of things I’ve been wanting this spring.

A pretty pair of vintage clogs.

Although my eyes have been peeled while thrifting, I have yet to find a pair as perfect as Rhiannon’s from Liebmarlene Vintage. Aren’t they adorable? Isn’t she adorable??

A simple turquoise cuff.

The sterling/turquoise cuff I’ve had since I was 11 broke last spring and I’ve been missing it hard as of late.  A simple bracelet like this one would be perfect.

Paint-by-number paintings.

Here are some Etsy-found floral paint-by-numbers that caught my eye. I’m always looking for these when I thrift, but think I’ll have better luck at some upcoming flea markets. Either of these pretties would fit right in my pink-is-more bedroom.

Music DVDs.

I love watching concert DVDs and it’d be nice to own a handful more. These are a few I’d love to add to my collection: (1, 2, 3, 4 & 5.)

I love you Jimmy Page.

Pretty plaits.

Braided ‘dos are gorgeous, don’t you think?

I’m so stealing this look from Emily, of See Emily Play. So unfussy.

Fresh underthings.

My blog’s not a month old and here I go, blabbing about undies. Ah well, there’s just something about spring that makes me want to shake things up in my lingerie drawer.

How cute are these ruffly unders from the UK-based line of aptly named lingerie, Beautiful Bottoms? Simple & girly equals one irresistible combo.

I’d have sweet dreams in this set from Naomi Lingerie. Totally want it.

Well, that wraps up my list of lusts. What are you longing for this spring?



4 thoughts on “springtime wants

  1. I am such a sucker for turquoise jewelry. Is turquoise a neutral color? Probably not. But I wear it like it is.

    Do you have any favorite thrift shops where their decor > their clothes? I love thrifting for both, but my closet is full (like I-ran-outta-hangers-yesterday full) and my walls/shelves are empty!

    • Um agreed, turquoise is totally neutral! It looks great with everything, but I especially love with with red, white & black.

      Hmmm, though technically not a thrift store, if vintage-y decor is what you seek, the St. Paul Mall is a solid choice. I was also really impressed with the knick-knacks, art, etc. found at the Animal Ark thrift store in St. Paul. I found a vintage crewel piece there a few weeks ago for $2 and it’s really pretty. Hope that helps!

  2. LOVE that Jimmy Page photo. I would seriously blow that up and put it on a wall. What a rocker!

    Love this post too. This round-up makes me so happy summer is only just beginning!

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