Tilly Doro giveaway winner

The winner of the Tilly Doro giveaway is: 

Tilly Doro giveaway winner

Thanks to all of you who joined and see you in the next giveaway! ♥


Peggy Olson rules

Elisabeth Olson for New York Magazine

Elisabeth Moss for New York Magazine, march 2014 – photography by Cass Bird.

Sorry Don Draper, but Peggy rules. ;)
Read Willa Paskin’s article here and watch the evolution of Peggy Olson.

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via Cass Bird tumblr.




Hitchcock was really one of the best! A few of my favorite moments of the genius of suspense:

1. Yawning over Book of Birds. Obviously a reference to his movie The Birds (1963). The photo credit is © Bettmann/CORBIS.
2. Threatening or cute with that gun in his hand? ;)
3. On the set of Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955-1962), that featured several suspense short stories.
4. The meetings with french director François Truffaut yielded one of the most amazing interviews/book of all time.


macaron mania

Macaron limoges Trinket Boxes  Scented Macaron Soaps in Gift Box

Is there anything cuter than a macaron? Products inspired in these beauties – and in their beautiful packaging – are starting to appear, like these mini ceramic boxes (perfect to store little knick knacks) and these fragrant soaps, both from Two’s Company. Super lovely, don’t you think?

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Two’s Company website



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The japanese bookstore Utrecht through the lens of the amazing Chuck Kuan. By the way, I’m addicted to his tumblr and want to visit all the places he photographs.

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Utrecht website.
via mason jars or keys.


instafave: tumblinbumblincrumblincookie

instafave: tumblinbumblincrumblincookie

If you love gastronomy (or simply like to check out beautiful food pics) and are not following Lin on instagram… you don’t know what you’re missing! And she’s only 15 years old guys! Amazing!

Follow: @tumblinbumblincrumblincookie


Tilly Doro + GIVEAWAY

*Update: This giveaway is now closed, thanks for participating. The winner is Ana Clara Vicente, as generated by random.org.

Tilly Doro

A few days ago I discovered Tilly Doro, while researching pretty acessories on the internet, and made a post about the brand here on the blog. After the post, the brand’s creator and designer Nogah Rotstein contacted me to offer a 20% discount to all my readers, on any purchase in her store. Isn’t she sweet?

Look at how many beautiful items they have in the store, I’m delighted with everthing:

Tilly Doro - favorites

Among all their amazing pieces, I selected these three as my favorites: the Geo Drops earrings, the Triptych necklace and the Island Rope bracelet. Aren’t they gorgeous? To get 20% off any purchase on the Tilly Doro store just use the coupon code xox on checkout. Enjoy it!

Nogah was extra kind and sent me a gift to give away to one of my readers. The super delicate Turquoise Bar bracelet, gold plated, with a beautiful turquoise stone in the center. So lovely!

Tilly Doro giveaway

Want to win a Turquoise Bar bracelet from Tilly Doro? All you have to do is:

* Like Tilly Doro on Facebook.
* Fill out the form below.

Extra chance: if you follow Tilly Doro on Instagram you’re entitled to one more entry. Simply fill out the form above again, indicating your instagram profile.

A winner will be chosen randomly (via random.org) on friday, july 25. Good luck!


Museum Nails

Museum Nails - Fruit Cocktail Museum Nails - Jungalow Museum Nails - Eyes

Fruit CocktailJungalow and Eyes are a few of the cute nail sticker models designed by Museum Nails. So fun!

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Museum Nails website & instagram.


Goddess Leaf Headband

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Isn’t it gorgeous??? Loving the Triple Golden Goddess Leaf Headband, by Acute Designs! <3

« Remember these beautiful earrings from the same brand? »

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Acute Designs blog & etsy shop.


The last three… movies

Os três últimos filmes: The Eclipse + Le Capital + Stuck in Love

The Eclipse (dir. Conor McPherson, 2009)

During a literary festival in Cobh, a seaside Irish town, a widower starts to receive very strange visitors at home. The novelist Lena Morelle, a specialist in ghost stories, arrives in town for the festival and gets involved in the case. It’s not a typical horror story, but it does have a few good scares and suspenseful moments. An Cobh is such a beautiful (and a little creepy) place, I want to visit someday… Watch the trailer.

Capital (Le Capital, dir. Costa-Gavras, 2012)

Let’s just say that this movie makes The Wolf of Wall Street look like a finance movie for dummies. And Gad Elmaleh as the unscrupulous CEO Marc Tourneuil is amazing: zero cliché, zero affectation. Simply wonderful. And, as the movie ends, we get a little depressed, knowing that the world is in the hands of these bankers. Watch the trailer.

Stuck in Love (dir. Josh Boone, 2012)

One of those movies that looks at love from many angles and from the point of view of several generations of the same family. Not a great movie (really!), but I can point out that I found interesting to see a family of writers, each with their literary references. It made me want to grab a book, more than finish watching the movie, to be honest. Watch the trailer.