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Friday, October 14, 2011

little weekly finds.......

dig this brides style in a chic, short, fitted, tank dress.
designer silver holiday dresses on sale 1, 2, 3
sea glass colored apothecary bottles
1950's wedding dress for $298!
Whichgoose has her new site
Gorgeous Art Deco green glass necklace
beautiful fall invites via Oncewed 
ghost writer photographer caused quite a stir this week

Off to my mother in law's for a cooking lesson. I'm trying my best to pick up her magic, Italian cooking skills, which you a can read about here next week.
Then A. and I are djing tomorrow!
And finally it's getting cold here in Milan, maybe Sunday calls for friends, roasted chestnuts, cheese and wine party....

Have a lovely weekend....


I love the idea of vintage fur or faux fur caplets but it's sometimes a different story when it's on a real human being, it can make one look like a dressed up cuddly animal from the wild. Not to mention, the weight of the fur can add extra layers, one might not need or desire.  So, if you're a regular reader of LWB you might have seen a link on my "little weekly finds" last week to what appears to look like a fancy, smancy fur caplet. However, I'm afraid not all love this style. Too fur sweatshirt? (esb, love how you come up with this stuff). Now looking at it,  I have to sort of agree but then I remembered the winter bride pictured above from an old NYmag weddings issue and I have to say, she certainly pulls of the fur sweatshirt look. Quite chic, no? 
Fur not your thing?
Don't fret,  here are a few wool, caplets with a contemporary twist that I found on ArtLab.

(image barnaby drapper, bride pictured in a mink caplet)