Wednesday, March 31, 2010

love list: march wish list


yay! i won the lottery! (not really, but eh... its wednesday, what else am i supposed to be thinking about?) so aside from doing a world tour, and donating a bunch of my many, many, many millions i'm going to buy some of these things from my wishlist with my spare change. and then i'm going to buy us all lunch, ok? so clear your schedule because i'll be calling any moment...


first i would get some miller goodman playshapes because i think its important to buy great toys (because i have to play with them too!!). aren't these nifty? i really love toys with versatility, because well.. they're versatile. as you can see, my imagination needs all the stimulation it can get. yay blocks! image from lark, images and playshapes to buy from lark!


next up, something cute for my house: did you know jonathan adler now does melamine plates? cos he totally does! mmm pretty fishy adler goodness. and none of that fear of breakage. three cheers for melamine! image and plates to buy from jonathan adler.


last winter i got myself a cute raincoat (and it came in handy in california!) but i've jet to find a cute umbrella. but oooh these beauties will brighten your rainy days and keep your hairset nice and dry. who can argue with cheery yellow and polka dots? no one, that's who! images and brollys from dorothy perkins


and of course i'll be needing a bag to carry my wads of cash around in, and what better bag than one that evokes an endless summer holiday of glamor and carefree tanning on yachts and galavanting around the côte d'azur and monte carlo and the greek isles and there's an austrian count and ever so many romantic misunderstandings. image and bag from bonjour mon coussin.


glamourous nails will definitely be required aboard the count's yacht, and what cooler nail varnish than strangebeautiful's volume one varnish collection?
Josef Albers Color Theory, A Mid Century Modern Knoll Fabric, Oscar Wilde, the exuberant paint colors used to decorate the walls of the Federalist period, a color of an Andy Warhol painting at the Dia Museum, the color Puce which I remember mixing when oil painting as a child, a green - winged teal, the dark inky blue of a never ending deep lake at night and the fear of swimming in it, and of course the red Valentine typewriter."


first thing - this design of shoe is called 'ice-cream'. yum. second thing - melissa's are the most comfy jelly shoes you'll ever find. they're so cute, but you think they'll be all blister making and sweaty and gross. none of that here. i own four different styles and they're all really great. but i don't own any 'ice creams' and i shan't rest until i do! images and melissa shoes from here


strawberry lemonade girl said...

Oooh those wooden toys are awesome. I love the adler stuff too, except i now own 200 melamine plates between our vintage stuff and my OD-ing on Orla at Target last year.

But more than anything I LOVE THAT LOGO!!!!!!!!!!! super cute.

Mitzi Curi said...

Pilgrim, you have fabulously eclectic taste! I love those shoes, they look like they'd be fun to twirl around in!

Vintage Kids' Books My Kid Loves said...

Awesome picks!

renee anne said...

um like those shoes look AMAZING!

too bad I am poor. but they are definitely on the wish list!


vmichelle said...

I love that nail polish collection from StrangeBeautiful - or "varnish" as you call it, which has a nice ring to it. It looks so lovely and artistic.

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