Now that I can actually see all of my jewelry, I can’t stop thinking about stacking rings. via I know I’m late to this party, but they caught my eye a while ago and I just think they’re so cool. I can never decide if I like thicker rings or thinner rings better, and with …
March 18, 2014
I’m working on a big project this week, but it’s pretty boring, so until it’s done I won’t force it on anyone else.
In the meantime, I’m sure I’m the last person in the world to discover these, but I’ve fallen down the rabbit hole that is Into The Gloss interviews. Ostensibly, they focus on beauty routines (and have been making the rounds because Shailene Woodley just did one and predictably said a whole lot of totally bizarre and completely amazing random stuff like how healthy it is to get sun on your lady parts on a regular basis), but really they’re like reading an imprint of the mind of each woman. They really bring to light how inextricably our identities are linked not only the unchangeable aspects of our looks, but also our relationship to the ritual we put into appearance each day. They’re also completely judgement free. Where most beauty regimen articles are full of “shoulds” and “shouldn’ts” and appropriate and not, these, refreshingly, just serve as a reflection of the inner-life of the woman being interviewed, through the lens of her relationship to her skin.
Check out some of my favs:
When I get out, I pull myself together and look in the mirror and say, ‘It’s going to be OK.’ It’s when I feel the most beautiful. – China Machado Continue reading
Mediarun released this amazing graphic of the Oscar dress worn by each Best Actress winner since the beginning of the Academy Awards. Obsessed! While a parallel illustration for the Best Actor winners would not be quite so colorful, I suspect a grid of 67 suits would be quite dramatic as well. via The Hairpin
For our two year anniversary earlier this month, Sam gave me this moon necklace, which shows the phase of the moon on the night of our first date, as seen from New York City. It’s engraved with the date on the back. Apparently it was waxing gibbous that night. Don’t you love the names of …