Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Absence of blog post has one sole reason, I've been doing some bloggy-soul-searching. After much thought I've decided to discontinue the daily a year in pictures project. The project has become to much of a chore and have lost its substantial value. But all is not lost, I would still very much like to complete the task I've set out to do. From now on, only photos worthy of my taste would be uploaded.
Monday, June 7, 2010
Our current obsession and fashion must have at the moment are the moccasins. They're the most comfortable thing to cover your feet (apart from the controversial CROCS) AND they're super chic and oh so pretty! If it was up to me, I'd get them in all colors (of course it's not up to me, i've got this annoying thing called conscience). And we spotted pastel mocs for the little ones, how unbelievably adorable are they, super huh? Will do a bit of saving up and get the red Car Shoe during our next trip to the lion city.
Images from: Lisa Rennell, Car Shoe, Papo d'Anjo
Thursday, June 3, 2010
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Tuesday, June 1, 2010
Oh how much I love the outcome of this little thing. It's both quirky AND whimsy. Any little bambino would look absolutely yummy playing or sleeping on this quilt that you might wanna eat them by the end of the day :) And like we said previously, and DONT say this out loud but this is His favourite.
images by: She
This whole line centers on a somewhat vintage-y 70s theme but they've been spruced and designed to make it modern. If we were to live in the 70s era TODAY, I'm pretty sure the quilts would look like these babies :D We used a lot of linen blended cotton with groovy prints but the scooters and vintage reproduction prints made it 'pop' really, they're obviously the main lead in this line :D They are perfect for playmats, travel blankie, and can also be used as pretty wall hanging in those pretty little baby's room. The combination of the fabrics gave it a roughy but softy texture, they're solid and sturdy, and with proper care they'll last a lonnnng time. The line definitely doesn't fit the stereotypical cutesy pink and blue baby's quilt out there in the market, and they're mostly gender neutral. But if you're out looking for something different, one of a kind and not at all common, then these quilts are perfect for you. Had so much fun creating the line and we hope you'd love it as much as we do. Feedbacks are very much welcome for our future betterment. Enjoy!
Lots of love, She & Him
Lots of love, She & Him