Honestly feeling too tired today to do anything but Google whimsical woodland gentlemen. And wouldn’t it be a little selfish of me to NOT share my findings? Obvi.
Here are 5 items you should probably purchase if you, like me, low-key wanted to marry David the Gnome when you were little because his main form of transportation was a FOX and he slept in a cupboard!
David the Gnome Tea Towel – $8.00
The More You Gnome Zen Garden – $29.99
Gnome Planner Stickers – $2.75
Rolling With the Gnomies Mug – $14.99
Cheeky Gnome Wrapping Paper – 5 sheets for $15
Now I really want to DIY a dupe for that gnome zen garden. Maybe Dollar Tree still has fairy garden accessories for sale.
Ok, time to return to productivity and the far-less-whimsical real world. But no need for you to do the same! In fact, go ahead and click the “David the Gnome” link up top. You’ll be rewarded with 26 episodes of gnome shenanigans! You’re welcome.
(Illustration by Rien Poortvliet.)
Guys! Do you rotate your wardrobe seasonally — tucking away your summer tank-tops in a bottom drawer once the weather turns and pulling down big, floofy sweaters from a plastic tub at the top of your closet? While my clothes will never be that organized, I love the idea of reserving a few, special pieces for each season. Those items that stand the test of time, tucked away for the rest of the year, just waiting for their moment to shine. You’d pull them out when the moment is right and feel nostalgia and excitement for the impending weather change. While this may seem like a hard task to invoke excitement for winter weather, here are 9 pieces from ModCloth that just might fit the bill…
(Clockwise from top left.)
Cat Sweater … for a bit of whimsy as you bundle up tight. ($49.99)
Pointed Ballet Flats … to tuck under your desk so you can slip them on once you’ve shed your morning commute snow-boots. ($49.99)
Slouch Hat … so your noggin stays stylishly warm. ($14.99)
Gemstone Earrings … for a touch of femininity that won’t get covered up by your giant parka. ($7.99)
Pleated Purple Sweater … to layer on top of all your favorite blouses. ($39.99)
Circle Scarf … because who needs a necklace when you’ve got such a dainty scarf?! ($14.99)
Floral & Lacy Undies Set … for feeling like a babe even when you’re wearing approximately 22 layers of clothing on top. ($6.99 for panties, $13.99 for bralette)
Thigh High Socks … a colorful way to add warmth. ($12.99)
Moisturizing Lipstick … to finish off all your winter weather looks. ($24.99)
Over to you! Do you have any favorite winter wardrobe pieces? Where are you shopping these days? I’d love to know!
P.S. A review of my most recent Stitch Fix box and shopping ModCloth home decor.