Get on my neck

Here’s a trivial little materialistic post to tide you over for the weekend. (Yes, I realize that description applies to most of my posts.)

Yesterday, I got a promo email from Piperlime (as I do every. single. morning.) and it featured this necklace:

At the moment, I’m super into chunky colorful neck adornment of any sort and this particular necklace (and its reasonable price) spoke to me. I went to the site and immediately bought it.

This is super unlike me – normally, when I make a purchase I like to hem and haw, waffle back and forth, consider pros and cons and generally be completely indecisive.

So basically I’m flying by the seat of my pants here! Throwing caution to the wind! It’s invigorating!

And I better love that necklace or I might never be spontaneous again. EVER.

Ever heard of Everlane?

I just got an email from Everlane letting me know that I’m now a member. (I kind of forgot that I signed up in the first place!)

Everlane is an online retailer that sells designer-quality products, all under $100. Right now they only have t-shirts and tote bags, but they introduce new designs every month.

I must say I’m intrigued. Anyone else a member?

I was just thinking about stocking up on basic tees for spring, and Everlane’s are only $15 – not too shabby. And at $30, the totes are pretty tempting too…

Images from

February Photo a Day: 10 am

At 10 am this morning, I was drinking coffee and lamenting over the fact that none of the Jason Wu for Target clothes or accessories that came out today are available in my size online. NONE.

You know how excited I was about this.

Oh well. I don’t have time to sit here and stew (anymore). Some of our friends are coming over for the Super Bowl, so I must dry my tears, clean the apartment, take a shower and then drown my sorrows in a delicious mimosa.

(Please note that I am being overly dramatic. I promise I’m not crying over this. I’m not even really stewing. That much.)