I'm loving these relaxed denim looks - especially the jeans in the top left corner which have been so carefully patched. I'm planning to patch up the next pair that rips in a similar fashion. I think it's a great way to give them new life.
I'm enjoying a bit of time off - and hope that you are as well! This is my first Christmas away from my family, but I am glad to be spending time with Steve's family and learning their traditions. I'm wishing you all a relaxing holiday filled with family, friends, and good food!
This week I've felt so heartbroken for all of those who lost loved ones in Newtown, CT. I can't even begin to imagine how difficult this is, and am still shocked by the events. I have no words, and so instead I'm sharing photos from Cape Cod as I find them to be comforting. We have friends that live in a neighboring town and their co-workers daughter was a victim. I wanted to pass along the link to a fund which is being set up in their daughter Emilie's name in case anyone is looking for a way to show their support for the family. USA Today also has a list of ways to help which I found through Mrs. French's blog.
See the rest of the photos after the jump.
We're trimming our tree and getting ready for the holidays. I just love having a Christmas tree as it makes the whole apartment smell wonderful. What are your favorite things about this time of year?
Image Sources: 1. Cozy Home Photo by Mikkel Vang for Vogue Living Australia via Remodelista 2. Wreath Photograpm DIY from Design*Sponge 3. Star sprinkled paper 4. Simply wrapped package from Evam Eva 5. Woman dressed for winter 6. Calligraphy on brown paper 7. Vintage ornaments 8. Wreath 9. Giotto Sky Detail, Scrovegni Chapel