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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Michael Buble already Married?



Did anyone watch SNL last night?

Michael Buble was musical guest with Jon Hamm from Mad Men as host.

During Buble's first song, he was performing with a distinct, new-looking band on his left hand ring finger. Anyone else notice this?

Over the holiday season, Buble got engaged to his GF, so this ring left me curious...

More Lilly P love!!

I know I just did a post but I was perusing today since I was stuck in my house with 7" of snow that I had to just do something that would make me feel more warm!

Here are some more styles I just love!


For golfing, etc, I would love to have this Roslyn skirt in the Starfruit Climbing the Ladder pattern - this is just adorable, and at $118 I think I won't be able to resist!





the Sherman linen dress in Turquoise Gator Alley for $228:




the Eliot shirtdress in airy linen, pattern in Dandelion Alotta Colatta for $158:




the Bowen strapless dress in the Multi Gator Patch pattern for $178:




I still love the Adrianna dress - it is just too pretty and simple - understated for Lilly P, IMHO - with the Daiquiri Pink Wishing You Were Here for $158:







All photos and dresses linked from the Corrico website!

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Dining Room... wallpaper?



Inspiration: The Greenbrier, my Grandmama, myself, and this great page.

I do not know about y'all, but my Grandmama is a big fan of Wallpaper. She isn't a huge damask person, so much as some chintz here and there as well as birds and florals. She has immaculate taste, so I look up to her when I think of putting my first home together.

I recently was looking at the Carleton Varney wallpaper website [http://www.carletonvltd.com/] and saw some gorgeous damask pieces. I then realized I could possibly do the dining room in grey ABOVE the chair rail, and grey damask below the chair rail and above the crown molding, or vice-versa. What do y'all think?

This is the Carleton Varney Raj Damask in white-blue:



This is the Cole & Son Ilena Damask:



Would LOVE input!