Leopard Print Accents: I know I know, your ears are absolutely exhausted of my constant reiteration of my love for all things spotted but when I saw this necklace on Shop Bop I knew it was something worth blogging about. I love how this necklace uses beading and fabric!
Louise Roe: Ms. Roe first caught my eye when she appeared last season in The City. Her charming British accent and spectacular taste was a threat that even Olivia Palermo could not ignore. Every Wednesday at 10pm, I tune into the CW to watch Louise Roe's show Plain Jane, a more current take on What Not To Wear, Ms. Roe helps shy girls gain the confidence and the style to confront their crushes. Absolutely adorable!
Joie: I first spotted this line at Nordstrom and was instantly obsessed. This brand prides itself on their luxurious clothes designed with a laid-back Californian aesthetic. I love their knitted drapey sweaters, silk tops, and floral and aztec patterns.
Ashley Greene in Women's Health July/August 2010: I know Women's Health isn't a fashion publication but I was really impressed how they styled Ashley Greene for their spread and interview. I love how they paired this typically girly dress with cowboy boots, a messy bun, and dangly earrings, the overall look is very boho chic. Kellan Lutz isn't hard on the eyes either!
Patrizia Pepe: I first heard about this collection/ad campaign at The Trendy Fashionista and fell madly in love. Ms. Pepe's collection was styled fabulously, using props to hide the models face making the clothing a focal point. Check out The Trendy Fashionista to see more of the campaign!
"Teenage Dream" by Katy Perry: As a self-proclaimed "groupie" I love going to concerts and finding new songs to incorporate into my iTunes library. Right now I've got Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" on repeat. I love how fun and catchy this song is, it definitely makes me appreciate being a teen. If you are as much of a music lover as I am check out This Song Is Sick. The guy who started this site has a knack for finding up and comers in the music industry, and a lot of the downloads are free!
What are you guys currently obsessing over?