Next summer, I'm going to do some international traveling, and I'm already planning ahead, thinking about how to be more efficient with what I bring with me. Last year when I went on a trip, I had a "wallet" of sorts, and as pretty as it was, it was made of flimsy leather, so it flopped all over the place whenever I had to get it out of my bag. A firm leather wallet might be a better option, and this one caught my eye. At only $34, it's a much more affordable option than most of the wallets I've seen out there. Find it at Poketo here.
My practical ceramic IKEA plates have taken a beating over the last few years. I can't complain much as they were super cheap. But pretty soon, I'm going to have to replace them, and I've been considering another material that won't chip so much. That's where wood plates might come into play for me. Sold at Pocket for $18 for a dessert plate and $25 for a dinner plate, these kitchen favorites offer simplicity, practicality and beauty. Find them here.
I'm a sucker for rose gold, and I'm a sucker for simplicity, that's why I love the idea of clutches, but without a strap, I'm bound to lose my clutch anywhere and everywhere. That's why the idea of a wristlet is so appealing. It's small enough for your ID, bank card, lipstick, and phone, but it also has a loop to put around your wrist, so you'll never lose it again. And a version in rose gold designed by Tracey Tanner for $99? Yes, please.
I'm a sucker for a good cuff and for Christmas, I received the Lou Cuff from Machete, but in tortoise. I haven't taken it off, I love it that much. This black and white version recently caught my eye for its artsy leanings and neutral tones. Find it here for $78.
I'm all about tortoise jewelry right now and these double stacking rings from Machete recently caught my eye. For $38, they come in a stack of two, so you can keep one and give another to a friend, or wear them in a stack. The look rings true to me.