Celebrities say ridiculous things, and what better way to commemorate those ridiculous things than with a framed art print? Well, Etsy shop Zinnia Pea has done exactly that and I’m kind of obsessed. My favorites are probably the Gwyneth Paltrow prints (what I love her ok), but there are some choice Kanye and Kardashian (Kim and Khloe!) quotes available as well.
Last weekend, my mom and sister came into the city for brunch. Over Swedish Pancakes at Ann Sather (seriously so good), my mom looked at me and said, “So are you like a fitness person now?”
I mean, I guess? And being a “fitness person” comes with a newly expanded workout wardrobe. Because no one wants to work out three times per week in the same pair of sweaty, gross leggings. However, when you’re someone who only does laundry when you absolutely must, keeping those leggings smelling decent can get tricky.
Have you ever heard of Lunya? It’s a luxury sleepwear brand with a Calfornia cool-girl vibe… and a gorgeous, chic office to match. Which makes sense, since the Lunya office doubles as a shoppable showroom.
Founder Ashley Merrill sums it up better than I ever could: “Functionally, we sought a multipurpose space that would be creative and modular to accommodate a changing workforce. It was also important that it could also double as a space to showcase the line to consumers,” she told My Domaine. Lunya wanted a “dreamy and airy, minimal yet unique” space. “Essentially, something that echoed the ethos of our brand.” I think they succeeded, don’t you? Check out more of the space below:
Hey, world: the NSale officially opens to the public today! I have officially hidden my Nordstrom debit and credit cards from myself because I have done enough damage. But if you’ve yet to shop and are wondering what to buy at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, then may I suggest an entire outfit of easy fall staples that can also transition between seasons? Enter: this super stylish, deceptively simple combination from Hello Fashion that can be recreated entirely with pieces from the sale.
I love fish, I love sushi, I love raw fish, and I love trendy things, so I am very very excited that the poke (poh-key) craze has made its way from the West Coast to Chicago, finally. In fact, one week ago today, Aloha Poke Co. opened its second location in Lakeview…dangerously close to my apartment.
For those of you who don’t know, poke is a dish that originated in Hawaii, consisting of raw fish and toppings usually served as a salad and/or appetizer. It is also delicious. Kind of like sushi in a bowl, I guess?