In the wise words of Jenna Lyons, “As far as I’m concerned, leopard is a neutral.” I couldn’t agree more with this statement, my love for the print has been strong since childhood. I must give credit where credit is due and it is because of my adorable grandmother. “Gram,” as we called her, was a fashion forward lady beyond her years! Leopard print was a staple in her wardrobe and I have followed suit. This fierce pattern is chic and always on trend, and not just in your wardrobe…
With all major holidays comes a flood of relevant reminders, inspiration, and DIY recipes in our social media feeds. Being that I am a visually-drawn person, sites such as Pinterest, Instagram, and Tumblr are my go-tos. In case you’ve forgotten or haven’t been reminded by whichever platforms you follow, Valentine’s Day is coming up in just five short days! While I try and narrow down what romantic and affectionate expressions I’ll be creating for my loved ones… here are some of my favorite Valentine’s Day related PINSPIRATIONS.
One of the many things in this world that inspires me daily is art, in every form. I refer to my excitement from experiencing this type of stimulation as having an “ART attack.” If you too get weak in the knees from these sort of occurrences … then please read on. I present you with a warning though, enter at your own risk!!
If I’m ever lacking creativity or need a rush of artistic insight, beauty tips, a fashion update, and pretty much anything under the sun… I look to Pinterest. It’s my go-to site and houses over 5,000 ideas I’ve collected since joining. I love the fact that I can easily organize projects, have the ability to “hide” ideas and sources with those sneaky secret boards, as well as share links with friends, family, and even my clients. No matter how busy my week has been, I always fit Pinterest into my schedule. Here are some of my latest pins.
The much anticipated announcement of Pantone’s Color of the Year 2015 was declared last week as Marsala. As Pantone puts it, “Much like the fortified wine that gives Marsala its name, this tasteful hue embodies the satisfying richness of a fulfilling meal while its grounding red-brown roots emanate a sophisticated, natural earthiness.”