Posted by sarah
Not only are these collars from Polli adorable, but they're made from 75% recycled stainless steel and sustainable plantation plywood. I applaud companies that are socially conscious of where their materials are sourced and how their products get manufactured.


liesl pfeffer

Posted by jessica

Liesl Pfeffer skillfully cuts and arranges photographs into mountain collages. Such a simple concept, but so wonderfully executed.

frankie & russh

Posted by jessica

Now that it's getting colder outdoors, I love to cozy up with a warm cup of tea and a couple of magazines to get me inspired. Two magazines I've been reading as of late are Frankie and Russh.

Sarah brought back a copy of Frankie magazine for me from her visit to the U.K. a few weeks back. As I mentioned in a previous post, Frankie is rare to find in Canada, so to be able to flip through a physical version was exciting.

Super adorable collars by Hand Hook Yarn. I just had to check out their collection. They have some colourful pieces to go with any top imaginable.

Maybe it's just me, but I'm really into jewelry worn on the 'back'. I posted an image with a similar concept from an issue of Lula magazine. I'm unsure whether there is even a proper term to describe this type of jewelry or how it's worn (I realize that it sounds kind of silly calling it 'back' jewelry, haha!), but it's intriguing because it's so unsuspecting.

norwegian wood

Posted by jessica

Not to be confused with Haruki Murakami's novel or the Beatles song, Norwegian Wood is a Montreal-based label that brings together unique elements and textures in their accessories and apparel in uncommon and ethereal ways.