Friday, May 16, 2014

Favorite Friday v.14

You know those times when you see something and you're like "Oh my god, I NEED that in my life".  I'm not gonna lie, that happens to me a lot.  Like a few times a week.  It's sad I know.  In an effort to be a bit better I've really tried not to stop myself from the impulse buy.  For the most part this wait a week and see if I still want it method of doing things has really been good for me. 
Of course it's screwed me a few times too.  I go back a week later only to find that whatever it was that I wanted is gone.  That's brutal #firstworldproblems.

Insert my latest need.  I first saw this pillow on Julia at Gal Meets Glam's blog.  Side note, Julia has the best style which really pisses me off.  I mean how is it even possible for someone so young as she is to be as cool as she is.  Anyways, I did a post on my closet (or lack there of) way back when and ever since I've been making it pretty little by little.  This leopard pillow will be a part of the magic. 

Buy it here, and while you're at it, buy me one too please.

I hope you've all had an amazing week.  TGIF, and don't forget to team up with Mariah, Miriam and I on Sunday for The School of Life linkup.  Stay cool darlings.


  1. I am moving into a new apartment soon so trying to hold off on any home purchases until I figure out the space! However this is being remembered.

  2. i use that rule as well: when i want something bad, i'll wit a few days and go back. if it's still there, i buy it because i was meant to have it; if not, i move on because i wasn't.

    Vodka and Soda

  3. Sweet pillow. Nothing pisses me off more than waiting for something and going back to have it not be there.

  4. Sometimes I hide shit if I want to go back for it later... muahahahahaahahhahahahah! ;P

    1. Waiting a whole entire week? That's intense. I wait a day if I'm not sure, sort of hiding it like Amanda, and then race back the next day, hoping it will still be there.
      I hope you are creating the closet of your dreams, some of those images you showed as inspiration were out of this world gorgeous!