We adore baby fashion! Even before Baby Ellie came, we were always brainstorming on new and stylish ways to vamp her wardrobe. Now that she’s here (it’s already been three months!) and constantly growing, we’re always looking for new, bigger, adorable styles to add to her collection.
Cue Lux Tots. When we first heard that our friends would be opening a simple luxury clothing site for babies and toddlers, we were so excited! Lux Tots launched just last week and we had the privilege of attending their launch party at Copa Vida in Pasadena. Needless to say, we fell in love with the collection and can’t wait to get our hands on the super cute dresses and accessories for Baby Ellie and our friends and family alike!
See below for some of our favorite finds on the site (link) and make sure to follow them on Facebook here .
For Babies: Baby Lace Headband / Faith Jacket / Snuggly Floral Bunny / Snuggly Bow Bunny / Gavin Bodysuit
For girls: Audrey Dress / Geo Ombre Sunglasses / Quilted Shoulder Bag / Organza Headband / Lea Legging
For boys: Skylar Sweater / Wayfarer Sunglasses / Zig Zag Beanie / Aiden Shorts / Theodore Vest
All styles available now at www.luxtots.com.
History always repeats itself. Okay, maybe not always, but it’s definitely the case with fashion… And we’re not complaining! 90s style has been rolling back recently and fuzzy sweaters—think Cher Horowitz from Clueless or Liv Tyler in Empire Records—are topping the charts on recent trends. We love how simple and effortless the style is, all the while chic and feminine. It’s a win-win!
See below for some of our favorite fuzzy finds and let us know which are your favorite!
Pictures via Pinterest.
And of course, we always love putting our own spin on things here at Everly. Here’s how we’d style our very own fuzzy sweater. How would you #everlystyle it?
Vintage-inspired Sunglasses / Eco Felt Flea Bag / Loeffler Randall Espadrilles / Stella McCartney Key Ring
We’ve been posting our favorite Ted Talks here on our blog and we hope these clips inspire and challenge you, because they definitely inspire and challenge us! Benjamin Zander’s talk on “The Transformative Power of Classical Music” is no different. Zander is funny, engaging and thoughtful–but, more importantly, his talk is full of lessons of courage, leadership and, of course, classical music. After watching this Ted Talk, we wanted to listen to Bach all day long!
See it for yourself and let us know what you think!
This beautifully styled room, this stunning painting, this scarf from Willow Knows and this inspiring reminder.
Dina Goldstein’s Fallen Princesses series is a bit dark and twisted, and that’s exactly why we’re so drawn to it. We grew up admiring and singing along with all our favorite Disney princess but seeing them in not-so-happy endings makes us think twice about reality versus fairytale. Goldstein depicts human struggles that are rampant in our culture today (cancer, war, homelessness, the list goes on), and while we still love our Disney childhoods, we’re always intrigued by different points-of-views that challenge us to think outside of the box.
Take a look at some of Goldstein’s work below and head to her site to see more. Can you guess who is who?