YAY! I’m so psyched to be having a sweet Frances May giveaway today. One lucky person will get a $250 gift card to spend on whatever they’d like from the wonderful Frances May shop. I’m crazy for all the shoes and everything from the FM x Church + State collaboration right now. A few more faves are the obsidian chalet dress, the seed cardigan, alabaster hat, poet dress and ALL the jewels. They also have a fantastic selection for men. If you’re visiting or live in Portland, make sure to stop by the beautiful new FM shop at 1003 SW Washington St. in downtown Portland. More HERE. GOOD LUCK & HAPPY HOLIDAYS, FRIENDS! ♥
P.S. Get 15% off purchases at Frances May with code: FMHKHOLIDAY now thru 12/17/14.
➔ TO ENTER:
1. Visit Frances May and tell us your shop favorites in a comment below.
2. For an extra entry, follow both @FrancesMayShop and @HoneyKennedy on Instagram. Then leave a comment below. If you already follow us — just let me know that, too!
A SWEET DEAL: Get 15% off purchases at Frances May with code: FMHKHOLIDAY now thru 12/17/14.
SHIPPING, ETC: The winner’s shipping will be covered by Frances May. International entries are welcome, but the winner may be responsible for international duties and taxes.
DRAWING: This giveaway ends Weds, Dec 17, at 11PM PST. The winner will be chosen at random and I’ll update this post with the name of the winner on Friday, Dec 19.
Taking over Nationale’s former space at 811 E. Burnside, Seven Sisters is a delightful addition to the popular and established shopping complex. Having formerly sold at the beloved Portland Flea, owner Jillian Punska-Harn has used her background working for art museums, including PAM, to put together a truly lovely space. Seven Sisters features both new and vintage clothing with an emphasis on natural fibers and domestic production (the West Coast in particular), housewares and accessories. There’s even a flower stand out front courtesy of Ladybird + Paloma Floral whose flowers are mostly grown in Oregon. (Side note: I took home a sweet bouquet and it lasted far longer than anything I’ve ever bought at a super market and is still brightening up my space as I type — more than a full week later.)
I visited Seven Sisters on their second day of business and was immediately won over by the friendly and inviting vibe. First, I went straight for the vintage clothing and found so many must-haves that I was almost afraid of single-handedly depleting their stock, but, luckily, there were a few things not in my size. Nestled in with the vintage, I found a handful of carefully selected new pieces from brands like San Francisco-based Way Way who offers easy, modern and versatile pieces in luxe fabrics such as silk and linen. Per Jillian, there are more new brands on the way from some exciting designers. Currently, mum’s the word on just who, but I can say they are some good ones that, as far as I know, are not available anywhere else locally.
The shop also features handmade pieces from in-house jeweler Nicolette Peterson’s line, Beach Bones Jewelry, who use silver, brass and semi-precious stones to create designs that are both edgy and bohemian. Alongside Beach Bones, you’ll also find modern brass hair ties from Caravan Pacific, clog boots from Sven’s Clogs, vintage eyeglass frames, leather bags, L’Aromatica natural perfumes and skincare and room sprays from Wolf’s Apothecary.
Not content to just dress you, Seven Sisters also offers a mix of new and vintage housewares including no fuss linens and beautiful mango wood utensils from Fog Linen Work, pillows made with gorgeous African indigo dyed textiles from England’s Ethical Life Store, and a variety of acacia wood cutting boards. You’ll find vintage Chemex coffee makers, ceramics from local line Covet + Ginger, stationary from Evermore Paper Co. and My Dear Fellow. There are even treats from local chocolate-maker Alma Chocolate.
There’s definitely something for everyone and with more and more items coming in all the time, including candles, unique holiday decor, and calendars set to hit the floor soon, Seven Sisters will be my go-to for holiday shopping this year. As their motto states, ‘Share Something Beautiful’.
Seven Sisters is located at 811 E. Burnside. The shop is open Tuesday through Friday from 12PM–6PM. Saturday and Sunday hours are 11AM–5PM. You can also shop Seven Sisters online (more products coming soon!) and follow Seven Sisters on Facebook and @sevensisterspdx on Instagram.
I’m so in love with everything from Katy Skelton. The Brooklyn-based designer has blown my mind thrice in the past few months and I was rendered nearly apoplectic upon seeing her Admiral’s Tray — the stunning marble and brass fancy cousin to her dreamy lucite and brass Captain’s Tray. Katy does an amazing job designing pieces that fill a utilitarian void in your space in the most beautiful way. Case in point, the One Drink Table (I love the grey!) which comes in so handy in small spaces. Plus, she makes a round and a triangle “Zelda” table — I’m a sucker for lovely things with the same name as my pup! More HERE.
Images courtesy of Katy Skelton.
There are so many things at Woonwinkel that I have my eye on — it’s getting ridiculous. Here is a collection of my current faves below and now that I’ve put it together, I realize that there is a distinct blush pink, white and brass thing going on. They carry so many timeless, lovely, versatile designs — it’s hard to narrow down my shopping list. I have one of the large strappy leather baskets and it’s beautiful — I use it for magazines, but I think it would be sweet for linens or firewood too. I’d love to bring a few more dreamy things home to decorate our new house. So good! If you’re in Portland — make sure to check out Erica and Kristin’s wonderful downtown PDX shop! Woonwinkel is at 935 SW Washington St. More HERE.
A SWEET DEAL: Get 15% OFF at WOONWINKEL with code: SAVE15 now thru 12/24/14.
MY WOONWINKEL FAVES: 1. pink moon coasters 2. black wire arrow 3. pink marbled pillow 4. white pig bank 5. triangle cuff 6. vanderbilt table lamp 7. blush twist throw + black and linen blanket 8. brass hexagon pots 9. leather strap basket 10. dashes and moons tea towels 11. white sailing ship kite
I’ve been admiring a lot of things at Imelda’s lately, so here’s a little roundup of some of my faves. It’s so nice to be able to snap up classics from Woolrich, Wolverine, Red Wing, Frye, Corso Como, Hunter and others from an independent retailer. They’ve got great shoes and accessories for men too! More HERE.
A SWEET DEAL
Get 10% off regular priced items at Imelda’s with promo code HOLIDAZE10 now thru 12/14. Plus, free US shipping on orders $50+ Here are my faves:
MY IMELDA’S FAVES: 1. wolverine bonny bootie 2. woolrich deadeye boots 3. status anxiety eli wallet 4. carson oxfords 5. miz mooz cherub heels 6. will leather goods dopp kit 7. status anxiety canvas backpack 8. frye carson boots 9. frye drawstring bag 10. corso como mirage pointy flats 11. hunter boots 12. roost crescent shield earrings 13. tokyo bay gable watch 14. will leather goods getaway tote
If you’re in Portland, make sure to visit the Imelda’s and Louie’s brick-and-mortar shop at 3426 SE Hawthorne and take advantage of their Loyalty Reward Program!