3.28.2011

Mirror My Weekend.

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Tiffany's new ALL SAINTS wedges - aren't they beautiful?


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Her mirror is gorgeous too - details to come later.

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Reminds me of Georgia...

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Tiffany's new table - antique shopping!

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She couldn't resist: happiness the key to life.

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Amaly / Tiffany

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Amaly/ Me (both wearing Oak + Fort!)

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Eunice outside doing line control awwwww

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Rebecca / Me

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Oak + Fort's knitted shorts!

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Amaly / Tiffany / Me

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Les boys...

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Eunice / Me / Tiffany

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The cuties behind it all!

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Until next time: s m i l e

If you don't already know... Tiffany has officially moved into her new place! I'll do a full post on her home once she finishes decorating and making it look all girly. The images above reveal a little glimpse into her world. Anyways, last weekend was one of the most interesting weekends I've had in awhile. We ended up going to the Oak + Fort opening and saw our beloved friends, Eunice Quan (Creative Director) and Amaly Narong (Head Designer and Jewelry Designer of her own line: Amaly). We were greeted with amazing food from GUU, Sapporo Beer & mini-cupcakes #YUM. Oak + Fort was filled with a random mix of people; from Vancouver's socialites to the fashionistas and local hipsters - t'was a parfait mélange des personnes - I was inspired. It's weird being back in Vancouver (been here for three months already) but I feel like I'm re-building my life again - J'ai besoin de affronter une épreuve maintenant.

- Love, S.

6 comments:

Nath said...

OMG I love you style !!! Where your gold watch is from ??

Ollie Things Beautiful said...

Can't wait to see Tiffany's new place :) xx-jackie

Susu and S. said...

@Nath: Thank You!! Gold watch is actually Micheal Kors in Rose Gold. I got it in New York :)

@Ollie Things Beautiful: I know - her place is incredible. After she finishes decorating, I'll do a post on her cute apt. :)

- Love, S.

Anonymous said...

As an antique dealer who stumbled upon your blog, the table looks far from genuinely "antique".

Anonymous said...

Hey! Just wondering if you could let me know what setting you have your camera on, or how you edit your photos to get that color effect :) It would be much appreciated, thanks!

Susu and S. said...

@Anonymous: She did buy it at a legit antique store down in Seattle and it might be the way I edited the photos.

@Anonymous: Hey - I have a canon dslr rebel xsi and I leave it on the P setting (no flash). When I edit my photos, I fade the color to get the 'pinkish' tint. Hope that helps!

- Love, S.