by Lauren Setum
Today’s featured outfit was inspired by the 100% silk blouse by Rebecca Taylor that you see below. I have spring on the brain, and the floral print hints at warmer days ahead. Plus, the grey, purple and burgundy tones make it appropriate for the cooler days that inevitably come before the warmer ones. A pop of Radiant Orchid (Pantone’s Color of the Year!), and you’re ready to roll.
Stud earrings Betsey Johnson at Nordstrom | Floral blouse Rebecca Taylor | Burgundy pants H&M | Radiant Orchid heels Enzo Angiolini at Nordstrom | Quilted clutch Zara | Jacket Zara
by Lauren Setum
Last week, a friend brought my attention to Kate Spade’s Wickford Dinnerware Collection (shown below) featuring a fantastically fun wiener dog motif. I love the combo of kelly green and navy that the collection utilizes, very fresh and chic. The set inspired today’s post which showcases a handful of dinnerware collections that I find endearing, each for a different reason. Imagine the tablescapes that could be created with these…
Airplanes Kip O’Krongly at Northern Clay Center: Functional and artful all in one. I love that the design isn’t overly feminine and nods to a vintage aesthetic.
Blue floral Blue Fluted Mega by Karen Kjaelgaard Larsen at Bloomingdale’s: Classic blue and white with a modern twist. I find this line simply stunning. Each piece is slightly different; unexpected yet definitely cohesive.
Wiener dog set Kate Spade at Macy’s: The catalyst for today’s post. A wiener dog motif plus stripes; can’t go wrong there!
Orange floral Anthropologie: This is a smaller, salad size plate, but I think the pop of color it has to offer a more neutral table setting is just delightful. Not to mention the unique shape.
Taxi Kirk Lyttle at Northern Clay Center: If you prefer a more handmade look, this plate is a great option. The taxi illustration sets it apart from other run-of-the-mill handmade pottery items. A great conversation piece.
Classic white set Montes Doggett: Because classic never goes out of style. I totally understand having a set like this as a staple item in your kitchen. Plus, it’s a great backdrop for different pops of color throughout the year. I selected this particular set because of the bowl design. I think the pedestal is so elegant; quietly intriguing.