I've been working on a wish list to gather my thoughts and to help me figure out what I want to save my money for. So, instead of trying to remember, I made a list. . .
I like dresses more now than I ever used to and desperately need to add more to my collection. My closet consists of a lot of separates and maybe only three dresses.
|Silky Printed Dress - Urban Outfitters|
I have a wall in my room that needs something big on it to fill up the empty space. I thought that something like this would be perfect. Especially because it would make it feel a little bit like I live in a forrest.
I have also wondered if anything like this would be possible to make easily and semi-inexpensively.
|Moonbeam Tapestry - Urban Outfitters|
First of all, I love black and white shirts; second, I love geometric black and white shirts. This one is perfect and sadly out of stock.
|Senic-stripe Top - Madewell|
Air plants: I just discovered these incredible plants for myself the other day.I did a little research and learned that they require no soil, but can be somewhat high maintenance; requiring water for hours at a time and on a set schedule. I'm up for a challenge.
|Image from The Hatch blog|
This cardigan is also black and white and geometric. What can I say? It's just what I gravitate towards. Nevertheless, I love it. I love that it also has a bit of a Navajo influence. I could use a few more cardigans in my wardrobe.
|Vera Cardigan - Monki|
Saddle blanket: I have been looking for a cool Navajo saddle blanket to use as a rug. Also maybe a few to make into pillows or purses. I have heard that my local farm supply store has some for under fifteen dollars - the best deal I've heard of for a saddle blanket. I'm excited to check out what colors and patterns they have.
|American Indian Navajo Rug - Charley's Navajo Rugs|
One last thing.
While at Starbucks yesterday, during lunch, this song came on.
It's so cute and I love how airy and light his voice is. It reminds me of a mix between Beach House and M. Ward. I checked out an album of his on Groove Shark and really like it.