Greedy Girl: Turning Art into the Everyday

Hey, HK friends. I’m Caroline. Long-time reader, first-time guest poster. I’m excited Jen asked me to contribute a little something while she is away. Thank you, Jen! I’d love for you to come visit me sometime over at Greedy Girl, where I try to make a habit out of scouting out and sharing pretty things.

Jen asked me to come up with a post along the lines of something or someone or somewhere I love, or something like that. I reached deep into my heart, did a little soul-searching, and, I came up with A LOT. In addition to being greedy, I’m also not too discriminating. Lucky for you, I narrowed it down a bit. So, here’s one thing I love (made up of a few little things I can’t live without): turning art into the everyday. I’ve always loved Leigh Viner’s work and especially the girl in this painting. How cool is she?

1. Print by Leigh Viner (This has been a favorite for a long time.)

2. Cami dress from T by Alexander Wang

3. COLOR.BUG hair shadow by Kevin Murphy (I use this in pink when I want a fun little pop of color in my hair. It’s an easy way to get ombre tips without a full color commitment.)

4. Nail polish in Tea with The Queen by Butter London

5. Stay-There eye shadow in Saint Bernard from Buxom (The colors are named for breeds of dog—I have pug, a pretty pewter, and love it.)

6. Lip butter in wild rose by Korres (It’s great for cheeks, too.)

7. “Katie” turnlock bracelet from Marc by Marc Jacobs

 

Thank you, Caroline! Visit Caroline at Greedy Girl and find her on Twitter!

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3 Responses to “Greedy Girl: Turning Art into the Everyday”
  1. Marisa says:

    Love this pallet. It’s inspiring me for my Fall line for sure!

  2. caroline says:

    thanks for having me, jen!

  3. TieDye64 says:

    Lovely things. I’ve been a fan of Leigh Viner’s work for a while myself and I’ve been eyeing that same print for what seems like forever. Love it.

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