If I said I was spoiled this Christmas, that would be an understatement. Friends and family were exceedingly generous and I feel so grateful to be surrounded by such wonderful humans (thank you thank you, i love you). Now that things are winding down, I’m back in Toronto and the weather will remain cold for another few months (butts to that!), all I want to do is cook, bake (and eat!) and curl up under my new HBC blanket, drinking tea and having conversations with the ones I love. My boyfriend gave me The Kinfolk Table for Christmas, which is probably where the desire to stay indoors, make delicious food and enjoy the simple pleasures in life is coming from. Feeling major cozy lazy floppy vibes these days.
The dress I’m wearing I bought almost exactly one year ago during my trip to Austin, Tx. It’s another one of those articles that doesn’t get much wear. I love the color (cream4evr), silhouette, fabric and fit, but it’s just a bit too short for my taste. It seems to me some foolish person shortened it, which I absolutely cannot understand. Could you imagine if this dress was a midi dress…or even floor length? My god, It would be the dress of my dreams (pls, let us be married).
Dress: vintage via a small shop in Austin, Tx.
Hat: vintage via Common Sort
Slippers: canvas ballet slippers
4 thoughts on “Kinfolk Things”
Your pictures always feel so sweet and melancholy to me. . . Your blog is like an extended lookbook. (In a totally good way, to be clear.)
oh wow! thats so one of the nicest things I have heard! thank you so much you angel!
That books looks interesting. I’m always looking for a good story and that one has caught my eye. If you’ve read it, what did you think?
It’s actually really more of a cookbook. It’s full of beautiful pictures though, and little bios on some very interesting people. But if you like cooking or baking, I highly suggest it. It’s also just a nice sort-of coffee table read, if you know what I mean.