oh anthro, why must you continually taunt me with such charming clothes and accessories that hover just outside my price range?
i've always been kinda bummed that h&m doesn't offer online shopping in the states... but i've just discovered a fun tool on their website that almost makes up for it. h&m's fashion studio enables you to virtually "try on" tons of great pieces to come up with outfits that suit your personal style. the outfits i created are so cute, it makes me want to run to the nearest h&m and try them on for real!
i chose this week's fashion finds in honor of national breast cancer awareness month. click here to see my picks, all of which donate a portion of their proceeds to breast cancer research! together we can help find a cure.
p.s. sadly, this will be my last fashion finds post at papernstitch. brittni - thanks so much for hosting me on your blog for the past year and a half! it's been a blast :) to see an archive of all my fashion finds posts, click here.
1. m/mink perfume, inspired by the scent of tattoo ink.
2. triangle necklace by house of harlow 1960.
3. beaded pumps by donald j. pliner.
4. custom tribal pattern silhouettes by insert ephemera.
5. black sesame and nori macaron photo from lemonpi.
6. windows w/ shadow print by robin sherin.
the flavor options are endless with this herbal tea kit from cook outside the box, which includes 9 kinds of tea and 13 different herbs and spices!
peppermint sugar cubes from the gourmet sugar company would be the perfect minty fresh accent to plain green tea.
this adorable necklace by found & made designs is made from a vintage tea infuser!
if you're a loose tea fanatic like me, you totally need some of these reusable fabric tea bags from good 4 you.
when you're craving the flavor of your favorite tea on the go, try one of these tea-infused lollipops from vintage confections. they come in four flavors: white tea, rooibos, black tea, and thai tea.
a pretty lace-patterned mug from jade flower makes sipping a cup of steaming hot tea even more enjoyable.