What are you watching?

Right now I’m deep into the second season of Claws, a TNT dramedy executive-produced by the ever-cool Rashida Jones about the (often criminal) goings-on at a Palmetto, Florida nail salon. It is the perfect kind of trashy-but-still-smart TV that summer demands, and I will be sad when it’s over. Which leads me to my question: what are you watching and loving?

Everything I didn’t buy this week

It was a big week for not shopping around here, but not for lack of temptation. To wit: I have been jonesing hard for this Zero+Maria Cornejo skirt, which has such a cool print and is rather magically flattering as well.

And this splurgetastic Rick Owens hoodie is pretty enchanting too.

Just a really good short-sleeved button down; the contrasting stripes on the sleeve are a nice touch.

The zebra print on this Isabel Marant bomber is so chic, but is also subtle enough that you could be wearing another print with it and not look nuts. I really, really want this.

And here is another skirt I feel would be really flattering. It’s flouncier than I usually go for, but not in an overwhelming way.

A cute peasant top with a touch of subtle metallic threading, which is always fun.

Yes, these striped jeans are a little crazy, but they’d look amazing with an oversize white tee or, later on, a big black sweater. I’d very much like to possess the nerve to wear them.

The pinstripes on this graceful asymmetrical top are pleasantly unexpected.

I love an irregular dot print, and you don’t find good ones all that often, which is why I am so enchanted by this Anine Bing blouse.

And finally, the floral quilting on this wee rolling suitcase is really appealing.

Really cool and (mostly) cheap ceramics I found on Etsy

I love the look of handmade ceramics mixed in with more modern, streamlined pieces, but dislike how much they always seem to cost when I find them at cute boutiques. So I braved the wilds of Etsy to find some good specimens, starting with this too-cute updated teepee incense burner.

The dot pattern on this bowl almost looks like Marimekko, but is somehow infinitely cooler.

This yellow serving bowl bowl is the priciest item here, but it’s such a little statement.
And yet another serving bowl, this one with a delightfully swirly pattern.
This vase has an appealingly organic shape.
And I dig the preppy feel of these striped planters.
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