Etiquette on Etsy has a bunch of toggle hoods for sale, and these four prints are my favorite. I've not come across hoods like these anywhere (or hoods at all, really), and I think they're pretty cool. That navajo print is very on-trend and makes a perfect pop of color. And then there's this men's vintage (!!!) Pendleton wool pea coat below, which is just...I mean, one of you seriously needs to buy this.
I'm not much of a "serious" jewelry person, but the few little trinkets that I do own, you'll notice a theme: I love animal jewelry. I neeeeeed these. (and yes, I know, number four is a dude)
one / two / three / four / five / six (Some of these are "borrowed" from my to the nines pinboard.)
Madeline Trait is showing us that laser cut is the way to go when it comes to chic, fun party decor. The cake decorations below, for example, are made of a thin wood veneer and can be used as toppers, or wrapped around like a delicate cage.
Meg Jannott started creating a visual identity for each of the US presidents two months ago, and the result was a Tumblr blog filled to the brim with some pretty sweet typography and graphics. Here are a few faves. (via)
For his photo series, Broken Flowers, Jon Shireman soaks blooms in liquid nitrogen before using a spring-loaded contraption to slam them into a surface, causing them to shatter. These orchids are just one gorgeous example. (via)
The icing on top of the proverbial cake that kitchen and home decor shop, Ladies & Gentlemen Studio, serves up is the way they choose to style their product shoots. My favorite in the shop? The Nyth fruitbowl (pictured below), made with random splatters of color-stained stoneware clay. It's made to mimic a bird's nest.