Fall is the perfect season to take long walks in the forest, so I dedicated this week’s Friday Favourites to all things woodland.
1. Beautiful woodland mobile with felt animals. This would be the perfect gift for my nephew, but unfortunately it’s a bit out of my price-range, found here: Foxfelts
2. The perfect outfit to take a long walk in the forest and yet be tremendously stylish, found at The Clothes Horse
3. Woodland tea towel to bring the forest into your kitchen, seen at the club of odd volumes
4. Fox print rain boots, these are definitely a must-have. I love foxes. These can be found here, picture via Oleander and Palm
5. Wonderful tree fotography, if you don’t have a forest near you, you can take a stroll throughout this site: World’s most beautiful Trees Photography
A change of seasons always leaves me a bit undecided towards my wardrobe choices, so I refer to my streetstyle folder on Pinterest to find some inspiration there. These are the ones I loved the most:
1. Maxi skirts with boots at Leahreena,
2. Floral jeans at Flashes of Style
3. Vintage denim jacket over dresses at Fabsugar,
4. A trench with vintage scarf at some Tumblr
I am a huge fan of Nadinoo. I just loved her whimsy clothes made of liberty fabric and her Sound of the Woods collection. So I couldn’t be more excited, when I heard she would cooperate with Anthropologie. The collection is available there since January and I almost forgot to post it. This time she had all the prints designed for her and I think, they turned out beautifully. I can’t wait to see Nadinoo’s spring collection, which should be available in March!
all images via Anthropologie
For those of you, who loved Nadinoo’s fall collection, I want to show you the equally beautiful winter collection. I would wear all of these dresses in a heartbeat, I just couldn’t decide which one is my favourite. They are all made from Liberty fabric, as I found out.
I love Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde and I really like the fashion in that movie. So I was more than excited to find these pictures from Aram Bedrossian channeling perfectly the atmosphere and clothing of the film with modern fashion. The pictures are actually one year old, but I haven’t come across them so far. You should check Aram Bedrossian’s Flickr for more.
all pictures by Aram Bedrossian, except the first one, which is unknown
I can’t get enough of Anna Karina. She surely is one style icon of the 1960’s. She almost makes me want to cut myself a fringe again. I really love her laid-back style. If you want to see more style icons of the 1960’s, you should check out my Facebook page. I am having a feature of 1960’s movies this month.