Lazy Oaf is one of my favorite London labels and responsible for this amazing fluffy cat face crop top, which I am well and truly obsessed with. When it's not on me I hang it near my work space in the bedroom to cheer me up.
I highly endorse copious use of emojis in text messaging and can now do the same on paper. I was super excited to find these stickers (one of each emoji!) at a local bookstore, but you can get them here too.
This awesome patch came from Explorer's Press and is waiting patiently to be sewn onto my denim jacket. EP is a Canadian company that makes pins, patches, and other accessories; all of their charming pieces are limited edition so those available are always changing.
These latest additions to my pin collection are little works of art. LOST AT LAST is from the aforementioned Explorer's Press, and continuing my penchant for irl emojis are the dancing girls from Valley Cruise Press.
I've been admiring Tic Tac Toe shoes ever since I worked at American Apparel and we carried a few styles. Imagine how surprised I was to find a gorgeous gold pair of Mary Janes in my size while thrifting a few weeks ago! These are the perfect classic shape and cost a whopping $8.