1. fashion and style blogger shini park’s “park & cube” has been on my bookmark bar and daily read list for a while now. i love how clean and streamlined her blog format is – allowing her gorgeous photographs of beautiful things (gardens, food, culture) that she surrounds herself with, to speak for themselves. her personal outfit style is unique, colourful and very creative, i always find them to be a great source of style inspiration: park & cube.
2. a lush website i came across while wedding item hunting, the green vase is the floral styling website of livia cetti (an editor at Martha Stewart Weddings – many of those editorials we drool over are styled by her – and she has styled for new fave BHLDN and Anthropologie) and joanne donohoe (her good friend and also amazing floral stylist). if you are looking for wedding or interior design inspiration or even just a magical afternoon daydream pick-me-up, i highly recommend it: the green vase.
3. i came across “habitually chic” – an interior design and luxurious lifestyle blog curated by a “young interior designer” from NYC – when i wanted to extend the duration of my drooling over Carrie and Big’s condo after i first saw SATC2 movie… They have even source a lot of the lavish items that they used to decorate it – swoon!) If you’re looking for design ideas for your home, this is a colourful and diverse source of inspiration: habitually chic.
4. someone i’m following on twitter reblogged about a “redesign” of amy merrick’s flowers & styling main webpage, and i can’t stop visiting her webpage and blog. her aesthetic for flower arranging and the photos of her garden make me long even more feverishly to have my own green space: amy merrick and emersonmerrick.
5. stylist kelly framel’s personal style blog “the glamourai” – i love how aggressively yet effortlessly and elegantly she mixes patterns and prints! and on top of that, her accessorizing compliments her outfits perfectly, i have spent hours perusing through her outfits and could spend hours more dissecting her style and picking out pieces that would perk up my wardrobe: the glamourai.