Our founder, Taylor, always has the best things on her list of monthly favorites, and this month is no exception. From an awesome basket bag and dress to art and a Polaroid camera, this month’s wish list covers it all, and we’re excited to share it with you today.
This bag has been on my wish list for a good part of this year. I finally decided to get it when it was starting to sell out. I haven’t stopped wearing it since. It’s quite unusual but that’s what makes it so special to me.
I’ve been eyeing the work of LoveShackFancy ever since my friend Cassidy wore a bunch of its pieces in Palm Springs. The romantic, shabby chic vibes get me every time.
Confession: I’ve been wanting to create my own fragrances for a really long time. Last year, I became fixated on finding a workshop that I could learn to make my own personal scents. I don’t have a huge collections of perfumes anymore, but there are a select few I always wear and I think the idea of making some for myself and maybe a few close friends sounds so fun. I started reading this book and it’s got me even more interested.
With ’90s style back in such a huge way, I can’t help but be reminded of an old favorite film of mine, “Matilda.” I rewatched it and love all the visuals. I’m thinking of starting a cozy films watch list for myself and the kids this fall and winter. Maybe we should share it on Glitter Guide?!
I love this for my son’s side of his shared room with his big sister. It’s so perfect.
6. Polaroid OneStep+ Camera
My obsession with taking photos on cameras other than my phone continues. I am a Polaroid freak. I have boxes filled with old Polaroids and Instax photos from over the years. I have been debating buying this to start really playing around with Polaroid photography and I think it’s time. I’m super excited.
So excited to dive into this book by local SF friend, Maxie McCoy! I know it’s going to be so inspiring.
I’ve become truly obsessed with the idea of owning a beautiful collection of unique ceramics, even though I know this fantasy isn’t really practical. Rebekah’s work is some of my absolute favorites. It is so interesting and gorgeous.
Trying to plot a way to get her art into my house ASAP.
I mean, Rhianna and glitter. Say no more.