These photos capture how children’s fashion often surpass their adult counterparts. Gone are the days of the catalogue shoot – hello to the ‘framing’ of energy,spontaneity and just plain fun that children’s fashion now encompasses. http://penguinandrhino.com/pinteresting/the-kids-are-alright/
Moss, succulents, gardens and getaway – all come together in these stunningly beautiful 5 pins. Be it the possibilities that your rooftop, backyard, window ledges or jewelry, can hold – the possibilities of staying connected with nature is easier than you think. http://www.pinterest.com/paula_coop/roots/
Boho chic never goes out of fashion – and it’s obvious why. Fun with textiles, layering of jewelry, mixing of vintage pieces and plaited hairstyles – is low maintenance to achieve while being impactful, when done right. Mix and match and bring out your inner love child! Click here to see 5 inspiring pins that celebrate bohemian chic.
Always excited by the work of Stella McCartney, again the 2010 collection does not disappoint. Ahead of the curve – by focusing on hand painted textiles, florals and accents in coral and royal blue – this collection is still current and ahead of the curve. Pure, perfection. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/265149496786410086/
Sometimes, just like in life, I have spectacular pinning weeks. When the stars are aligned, everyone’s creativity is at ease and in flow – content is endless.
This was one of those weeks. My only difficulty this week, was deciding what 5 would make the ‘list.’ From the stunning profile pic of artist Eva Hild, to the beauty of children’s wear, to shy birds, I hope the following
5 bring you joy. Follow me at http://www.pinterest.com/paula_coop/
‘Lets getaway!’ A statement we all find ourselves clinging onto when a week is unfolding chaotically or in crisis. It’s in times like these where I find myself leaning on the visually healing properties of images of magical ‘escapes.’ Sleeping in a treehouse, disappearing into a hidden nook within your home, sleeping with the fishes or taking refugee in a lighthouse – let’s do it, let’s getaway!