Poplin PJs

It’s been a while since I last talked about Poplin Homewear and their lovely handmade pajamas, but they’ve been on my mind again lately and a lot of their designs are on sale. This summer there will be many pitchers of iced tea, strategically placed fans and light cotton pjs — our new house is an oven! Not that there is anything wrong with a t-shirt and undies or sleeping in the nude, but I’d really like to up my pj game because there’s just something I love about having comfy clothing made specifically for sleeping and lounging. Also, we get a lot of houseguests and it’s nice to be able to hop out of bed to go make coffee for them without showing them my butt. My favorites from Poplin right now are the Ima Morning Robe, the Celia Short Jumpsuit, the cute Lulia Nightdress, the Una Long Shirt and the Nori Striped Bodysuit looks fantastic. More HERE and you can also find Poplin on Etsy.













Images courtesy of Poplin Homewear Studio.



HAPPY FRIDAY! I hope you have some lovely days ahead this weekend. Today I will be having a day of shopping and eating mediocre Mexican food in the suburbs with my girls, Megan and Teresa, and I’m SO looking forward to it. This weekend is all about getting organized and set up for family coming next week and to make things extra fun — our car is in the shop. I also need to tackle the basement. For real this time. I procrastinated last week to the point of not doing anything I wanted to get done down there, so now I have to pay the piper when I really just want to putz in the garden and read. Have a wonderful time out there! I hope you get distracted by flowers and neglect your own chores in favor of relaxing! xo Jen


Getting some Poppy Paradise lip stain at the mall today!

I think this beauty might need to be my next fragrance.

This dreamy book is on the top of my list.

I LOVE THESE CLOGS! In all three colors, please.

These dotty espadrilles are cute.

Love this muted, modern coral silk eyelet summer dress.

I don’t always love maxi dresses, but I love this one.

The cutest beach cover-up jumpsuit!

A perfect summer top! I love the gentle blush and navy colors.

A great beach poncho for river hangs this summer.

I’m into this minty leather bag and the grey leather bag.

A pink pineapple summer quilt!

This fancy pasta maker looks fun! Mixes the dough? What?

I’m looking forward to making healthier spiralized noodles this weekend though.

I’ve been dealing with a narcissistic friend and family members. It’s SO HARD.

I love love love this Parker Posey interview with Marc Maron.

I love this Kickstarter to help renovate an old Oregon hotel! Beautiful.


NW peeps! Take $10 off your Helsing Junction 2015 farm share with code: HONEYFARM15

Take 50% off EVERYTHING (even sale!) at Summerland with code: FAREWELL thru 5/31/15.

Get 15% off at Wood & Faulk with code: HKSPRING15 now thru 5/15/15.

Get 10% off at Pine & Boon with code: HONEYPINE now thru 5/15/15.

Get 10% off at Gift Shop Brooklyn with code: SPRINGHONEY15 now thru 5/15/15.

Get 15% off at Flutter with code: HONEY15 now thru 5/15/15.

Get 25% off at Colenimo with code: COLENIMOHONEY now thru 5/16/15.

Get 20% off at Topaz with code: TOPAZHK20 now thru 5/18/15.

Get 50% off sale items at Bashful Garter with code: BASHFULSPRING now thru 5/24 and use code AUTUMNCHILL for 20% off everything new or old stock.


♥ Friday, May 15 thru Sunday, May 17. Come by the REIFhaus Spring Pop Up Shop at Milk Milk Lemonade and make sure to come to the opening party on Friday, May 15 from 6PM to 9PM. Lindsey will have select pieces from her breezy S/S 2015 collection available. Fri 5/15 11AM to 9PM (party 6-9), Sat 5/16 11AM to 6PM and Sun 5/17 11AM to 4PM. Milk Milk Lemonade is located at 1407 SE Belmont St. MORE INFO.

♥ Friday, May 15 from 5PM to 8PM. Stop by the Golden Wander Opening Party tonight! There will be vintage treasures, ceramics, leather goods, textiles, jewelry, one-of-a-kind apothecary products, balms, serums, candles, tea, gemstones, beeswax candles, palo santo, sage bundles and other necessities. Golden Wander is located at the Ford Building on 12th & Division in SE Portland. After tonight they will be open by appointment or announcement.

♥ Saturday, May 16 from 10AM to 4PM. Stop by the fun Spring Cleaning Warehouse Sale with Bridge & Burn, Nell & Mary, Altar PDX, Pigeon Toe Ceramics and Make It Good. There will be seconds, samples, back stock, sewing machines (industrial and otherwise), fabric, notions and more!! The event takes place at 1420 SE Water Ave. MORE INFO.

♥ Sunday, May 17 from 11AM to 4PM. Stop by The Grand Flea Marketin the Grand Marketplace parking lot! Talented local merchants selling antiques, handmade goods, vintage furniture, vintage fashion and accessories, repurposed items and more. Grand Marketplace is located at 1005 SE Grand Ave. MORE INFO.

♥ Sunday, May 17 from 2PM to 6PM. Stockings, wine and dance — Legs on Broadway is happening! Stop by Oregon Wines for pretty hosiery from Jane’s Vanity and local dance company, Tip the Dark. Sip wine and champagne, shop spring hosiery from Falke and Gerbe & Barazandeh and see hourly choreographed routines. Oregon Wines is located to 515 SW Broadway. MORE INFO.


PHOTOS: By Regina Relang. 1. Elsa Martinelli in a dress by La Boutique in Sant’Angelo d’Ischia in 1954. 2. Joan Olsen with friends on the island of Ischia in 1953.

Shop Visit: Ink & Peat



Home and floral boutique Ink & Peat is situated on North Williams and bears the tagline ‘Organically Inspired’. A visit to the bright and airy shop proves that correct right away. Owner and floral designer, Pam Zsori, puts together beautiful collections of high design items for the home — many of which incorporate natural motifs and themes such as flowers, leaves, minerals, and sweet animals. The floral counter at the back of the shop provides the perfect balance with fresh stunning bouquets, custom floral arrangements and live plants.




A highly popular shopping destination, Ink & Peat is the sort of store that makes your friends exclaim, “I love that place!”, whenever you mention it. In fact, I arrived for my visit just before opening and found that I wasn’t the only person waiting to get inside. Within twenty minutes, the store was packed with people admiring the jewelry, ceramics, cookbooks, skincare and fragrances, pillows, throws, children’s books and toys, stationary, original art, totes, and more. Ink & Peat has long been a personal favorite and my go-to whenever I need a sure to please gift for friends or family.




Some of my favorites in the shop right now include amazing fragrances from Sage Lifestyle (you must stop in and smell the Onyx blend!), a gorgeous selection of crystals and geodes in pretty pastel shades, air plants, vegetarian cookbooks, and brightly colored necklaces from Australian line Elk.




Ink & Peat is located at 3808 N Williams Avenue here in Portland, Oregon. The shop is open Monday through Friday from 11AM to 6PM, Saturday from 10AM to 6PM and Sunday from 11AM to 5PM. You can also follow @inkandpeat on Instagram and find them on Facebook and Pinterest.




This post and photographs are by Honey Kennedy contributor Allison Burt-Tilden. Make sure to visit Allison’s lovely blog Votre Grande Soeur

Fail Jewelry

The new Fail jewelry collection for spring by Austin-based designer Christine Fail is stunning. My favorite thing about this collection is that a lot of the pieces have a texture to them that looks like when you see something shiny glistening underwater on a sunny day — maybe a lost coin you find while swimming in a lake or a chest of buried treasure in the sea. I have to agree with her that the stars of the show are the shale bracelets — the beauty of the stacking possibilities is endless. My other favorites from Christine’s new collection are the shale collar necklace, the shale long necklace, the basalt necklace, the large shale earrings and the shale rings. I’m also still in love with Fail’s classic elongated bastet hoop earrings and her one-of-a-kind custom ceremony rings are phenomenal. More HERE.










Photography by George Berbis. Model Jessica Clark.


Cheryl Humphreys

I’ve been really enjoying these works by artist Cheryl Humphreys. Sometimes it feels like so much art, fashion and general perspective has become so earnest and wholesome. It’s so refreshing to see some work that has is impeccably conceived, executed and edited, but still tongue-in-cheek. I’m such a fan! I think my favorites are from her portfolio selection called ‘Narrative’ — a lot of the pieces were in Humphreys’ California Dreaming group exhibition at Paul Loya Gallery and part of an editorial for Opening Ceremony. You can see more of Cheryl Humphreys’ work HERE and shop a bit of her amazing artwork HERE.










Images courtesy of Cheryl Humphreys.