fit in clouds weekly roundup

Speaking of adoring things- we also adore Always Maylee, the blog of a stylish Bostonian named Yi-chia. We love her style, especially this royal blue sweater paired with a black and white patterned dress (disguised as a skirt) and black tights. As Yi-chia points out, “wearing dresses as skirts…essentially doubles your collection of skirts.”

Brit & Co never ceases to impress us with their DIY home and style projects. This week: how to create chic and colorful cork coasters. We’re obsessed with the turquoise and purple chevron set.

We loved stumbling upon a blog post called Blush & Gold on Brunch at Saks- especially after we just created a set called Usher in Spring with Pink & Gold over on Polyvore! We want that sunburst mirror, the gold votives, and the Mary McDonald pink and gold lamp.

We adore the one pieces that Emily of Dear Serendipity highlighted recently. Is it bathing suit weather yet?! Because we want to pop on that chevron suit by Zinke and jump into the water!

And speaking of transitioning to warmer weather…sheer blouses are the perfect winter to spring top and luckily, Michelle of Fierce & Fashionable has a few suggestions for cute styles, like an adorable colorblocked one from Forever 21.

When we saw the tongue-in-cheek title “Everything’s All White” on Shut Up I Love That Shirt on You (yes, that’s the name of the blog!), we had to take a look. Not surprisingly, we love Taylor’s white picks, like that Tibi shift dress and the Alexander McQueen tote in Bleached White.

We’re big fans of Adored by Alex, a fun blog we stumbled upon. Our pick of the week: a post on adorable clutches. We especially love the peach colored Clare Vivier and the beaded Juicy Couture clutch in Gold/Angel.

Clutch Crazy

 

fit in clouds weekly roundup

Every Friday, we feature a weekly roundup of interesting articles, posts, DIY tutorials, and more from across the web. This week, we’re featuring everything from wedding tips to a DIY scarf project to throwback style!

Planning a spring wedding? We adore this paper bouquet made from a map. Bonus: use a map of where you met, where he proposed, or where you’ll be tying the knot.

Are you attending a wedding instead of starring in it? Here’s what to wear to a wedding when you’re not the bride.

And speaking of weddings, get creative with alternatives to the traditional guestbook. Some of our favorites from the list: a wishing tree, postcards put into a mailbox, a tree made of fingerprints from guests, a photobooth with a chalkboard to write well-wishes, and more.

If you’re feeling crafty, try this easy DIY infinity scarf from The DIY Dish.

This article might be where to go and what to wear in 2012, but we think places like Canyon Point, Utah, Graubünden, Switzerland, and Las Alcobas, Mexico City, Mexico never go out of style.

Nothing says calming quite like earthy green hues. We feel more zen just looking at Creature Comfort’s inspiration daily post!

You know we love the 50s but did you know we’re fans of 70s style too? We’re loving Martha Wills’ Throwback Thursday post featuring striped tees, wide-legged jeans, and cross body purses.

Fun, spunky wedges? Yes please! We’ll take the multi-colored Jeffrey Campbell wedges (below) and the brown leather Kenneth Cole ones too!

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