This month few things are on my mind more than spring. I want to be surrounded by freshly snipped flowers, ever brighter colors, and light, breezy textures. I don't struggle to treat myself (I work hard and enjoy validating my efforts) so the moment the weather switched over to full-on, not-going-back spring mode I did some clicking and swiping to properly ring in the new season.
This book from Floret Farm was on my list way back in the preorder days and it doesn't disappoint. We'll see if I can truly take on my garden with a more intentional, planned approach. This book is definitely tempting the planner that lives somewhere deep inside me. You can pick it up here.
Now of course, since you bought the book and have the garden you'll need some pretty, totally instagrammable scissors to show off your home grown freshly cut blooms. I've received several questions lately on instagram asking where my various scissors are from and most are from Anthropologie. I love the vintage finish and modern shapes their scissors boast. You really can't go wrong, but these are my go-to favorite.
This past week was High Point Market (trend recap coming soon) which means fancy parties with inspiring designers, editors, and business owners-- which means the clay covered jeans come off and my love for actual clothes gets a moment. I wore this dress (which is now on sale!) and received a lot of compliments over the course of the evening. I loved the billowy fabric, deep plunge, and the unexpected stripy sides! Check it out here. Want more fashion inspiration? I'm pinning all my favorites here.
And lastly, keeping with the floral theme of this month's favorites, we returned the Ring Dish in Rose Swirl to the collection! The way the glaze pools and flows from white to petal-pink, and the brilliance of the genuine gold rim have vaulted this product back to the top of charts this month. If you're looking for a unique wedding gift this season this piece comes with rave reviews. Shop it here.