Window Shopping Wednesday

I am not much of a shopper, much to my mother’s chagrin. The woman can spend days at the mall, while I start to feel itchy after just a few hours. It’s not that I’m not materialistic, I totally am, it’s just that the thought of adding more stuff to my life makes it hard to breathe. But I like the idea of things. So I’m an avid window shopper. I browse catalogs I’ll never buy from and hold my breathe when I pass the window at J.Crew. So while I’m stuck at school on Wednesdays, I thought we could have some fun via blog. Let’s window shop!

Here’s what I’m coveting this week –

1.  The entire Capitol Colours line from China Glaze.

They are sparkly nail polishes and they were inspired by The Hunger Games?  Count me in!  I want to say I like “Smoke and Ashes” and “Stone Cold” the best but honestly I’d rock them all.  And I need to go see the movie asap before I die of longing.

2.  The coral sculpture from Delightfully Chic.

I love the look of faux coral (you should never buy real) for decorating.  The bathroom in my dream house is going to be beach themed but I think this piece would look nice in the living room too.

3.  The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.

A “funny” book about a cancer support group for teens sounds like the perfect blend of humor and substance.  530 5-star reviews on Amazon can’t be wrong.

4.  The Spork Little 3 Pack from Daytrip Society.

I know some people don’tget the spork but I’m a fan.  I like that these are nice and small (they are for kids, or adults with small mouths!) and the pink plastic is fun.

5.  The Hansel Dress from Piperlime.

God I love lace so much!  This is classy, and summery, and sexy all at the same time.  I love the cut of the dress and that it’s structured and fitted but not tight.  I like the little line on the waist too.

Have you seen The Hunger Games yet?  Did you read the book?

7 thoughts on “Window Shopping Wednesday

  1. I love the less dress, too. I have a 15% off coupon at Piper Lime – should we buy the dress? (Like you ever let me…)

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