January 19, 2011

Yay for WIlliam Rast, Ice Furniture, 30 for 30 and Home Stuff

At some point in the last few months I read an article with Justin Timberlake about the William Rast for Target line (maybe in InStyle?) In essence, he said the jeans they were selling in the line are based on their ultra popular premium denim line and they endeavored to make the Target versions as comfortable and high quality as possible.

Mission accomplished. This weekend I picked up a pair of the dark wash bootcut jeans and they are beyond comfy. And will be very good looking once I have about four inches taken off the length.


Speaking of fashion, I've been long interested in doing Kendi's 30 for 30 remix, but don't know if I have the wherewithal to take pictures in the morning or during the workday. Still thinking on that one.

House stuff

This bathroom slays me. I would never come out. My life would revolve around this bathroom. More pictures at House of Turquoise.


I've been thinking of doing something like this in our kitchen, but with Japanese masking tape instead of ribbon. Martha Stewart, via Little Green Notebook.


These long winter days and months are bearable knowing a) there is a light at the end of the tunnel in the form of a March vacation b) there are lots of fun activities between then. My brothers are coming, Dropkick Murphys with friends, Baconfest (if we can get tickets) and other little weekend getaways.

And the promise of Laura and Barry's Winterfest kicking it up a notch with a fire + ice theme, complete with an ice bar, etc.


I can honestly say I've never been to a wedding with an ice luge. Did you know you can booze up your guests with a vodka slide?

2 comments:

Jillian Frances said...

I may do the next 30 for 30 (spring I guess?) after we move. The light in our house is too horrendous to take photos. I do love her blog though.

Guster is next Thursday. You should see if there are still tickets available.

Lisa said...

So the jeans at the top of the page -- are those the ones I complimented you on the other day?