Some of my friends with kids have already begun stocking up on great comforters and sleeping bags for all of the sleepovers that have started to become a regular occurence in their homes. My kids are a little young for sleepovers – so far it’s just been Tanner and his Godsister Franny – but I’m always on the lookout for cute things that we can use when time comes. Here are some of my favorites thus far:
I recently started carrying Los Poblanos products in both of my stores and this Lavender Salve is one of my favorites!
I’ve always loved and slept in white nightgowns. There is something feminine, vintage and clean about a beautiful white nightgown that I love. Whenever I see one, I buy it because they are few and far between. Now that Ripley has outgrown all her footed pajamas, I have traded them in for adorable nightgowns and don’t plan on looking back. I wanted to share a couple of my favorites with you.
I’ve always loved nude and think it’s the ultimate neutral. I love wearing nude with a great hot pink or orange-red lip, with Nars Schiap or Mac Lady Danger being two of my favorites. I wanted to share a few of what I think are the best nude moments for this coming spring.
My friends Eve and Leanne both have adorable puppies at home – Ringo and Lotti – and they kept asking me for suggestions when it came to outfitting their pets in style. Being a huge dog lover and appreciating all the small details in life, I wanted to share mine and Yoko’s favorite dog accessories with R+T.
Our house is getting ready for our annual ski trip to Alta and as always, I’m obsessed with finding all the best accessories for the kids to have fun in the snow. Here are a few of my favorites this winter.
Our entire family loves desert boots, and we’ve all been living in them for the past couple of seasons. I wanted to share all my favorites with you – they come in all shapes and sizes these days!
You’ve probably picked up by now that I love surrounding myself with beautiful scents. Two of my favorite things around my house are my L’Artisan Amber Balls and my Santa Maria Novella pomegranates, which are both made out of terra cotta.
After my kid’s picnic post, I was inspired to write one for us adults. In the summer, I love a picnic and am always attracted to gingham. One of my favorite things to do in the summer is pack up a great picnic with the kids and go up to Franklin Canyon to feed the ducks. It’s so close to home but beautiful and you feel like you’re outside of LA. I wanted to share my favorite picnic accessories and my favorite gingham moments.
I’ve always been drawn to all things Native American – great turquoise jewelry, moccasins, dream catchers, and especially Tepees. I fell in love with Kate Hudson’s Vogue shoot with Chris Robinson years ago and have been Tepee obsessed ever since.
I’ve always loved the look of classic white enamel with blue rims in the kitchen and around the house and recently discovered some great new things.
I’m always attracted to hanging pottery whether it’s for inside or out. It all started years ago when I was shopping in Palm Springs and fell in love with a vintage hanging pot with braided leather straps. I had to have it and I love the way it looks planted with succulents hanging in our tree.
I try to encourage my kids to engage their imagination and creativity playing with everyday ideas. The pretend kitchen in our playroom is the perfect example of that. We started with a stove and fridge for Tanner’s 1st birthday and, now, almost three years later, it has grown into a full-blown kitchen and grocery store, sourced from all over the place.
One of my close friends who’s an amazing stylist always says that neon is a neutral… I’m not so sure about that, but I do love it for summer, especially with nude or white. With summer on it’s way, these are some of my favorite moments for neon this season.
As a follow up to my kid’s beach guide, I wanted to fill in some of my favorites for the beach for the older generations. Now that your kids are all ready to safely and chicly explore, we have to get you outfitted!