The Closetedby Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 31st, 2010
Hi everyone! Hope you guys had a great weekend. I have something I want you all to do. I want you all to visit The Closeted, take a picture of your closet (no matter how messy, clean, small, huge) and send e-mail it in so that your picture can be featured!
Purple Velvetby Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 30th, 2010
Recently, I got my hands on a pair of these deep purple velvet MIU MIU flats. I had my eye on them for a while and thanks to the Saks holiday sale, they now call my closet home! My only problem? The bow on the left foot keeps coming undone and I just can’t get the bow to look as perfect as the other one. Oh well – they’re still beautiful.
Fire escape that’s bolted to the ancient brick where you will sitby Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 29th, 2010
Missing New York, I think of all the little things that make it such a great city. While the list is endless, I feel that some people overlook the worthiness of – you guessed it – fire escapes! I can recall so many moments of laughter and happiness. Great conversations on any subject in the world. People watching, listening to arguments, even spying on the neighbors! In such a fast-paced city, sometimes it’s great to just sit out there (in the summer of course!)
The Bliss List- Moments of absolute happiness and peace.by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 29th, 2010
Not long ago, I was directed to this editorial which got me thinking about those moments in time where we find ourselves in absolute and perfect happiness. Sure, it sounds a bit cheesy, but if you think about it – it is these beautiful, yet rare, occasions that make up our lives. Those moments in which no one can take away from us because they will forever lie in our memory. While I am only nineteen years old, and my list is still growing, I can recall a few moments in my life where I felt complete happiness. Can you? I’d like to make a Bliss List so that if one day my memory is not so keen, I can look back and remember those moments where happiness was all that there was.
Love at any age.by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 29th, 2010
I’ll admit it- these past few days I’ve been feeling a little down and uninspired. I’ve been scrounging around for some activity, story, or even chocolate to cheer me up! While today has been pretty nice, it became even better when I stumbled across this story.
“Anthony and Mae began their courtship after Anthony’s friends recognized a kindred spirit in Mae and urged him to call her. When Mae arrived for their blind date she was 20 minutes early and he was already there. Both widowed, both Sicilian, and both longing to travel back to the island, they spent the next year traveling together and supporting one another as they faced life’s challenges and fell in love. One spring day Mae opened her door to find a giant bouquet of flowers and a note that said, “I love you, I need you, let’s get married!” With enthusiastic blessings from their families, plans soon began for an intimate church ceremony and a cocktail reception for 50 guests.”
Such a beautiful story inspired by one of life’s greatest challenges and blessings - Love. I hope that it put a smile on your face!
Story and pictures from JuneBugWeddings.com
Want to advertise on In Between Seams?by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 26th, 2010
Are you interested in advertising your blog on In Between Seams. I’m going to start adding advertisements on the left sidebar and would like to fill it up a bit. I’m offering extremely, extremely, cheap prices so shoot me an email if you’re interested. Eliatthebeach@aol.com
Sail away, sail away, sail awayay…by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 25th, 2010
This weekend was spent under the Florida sun and I couldn’t of asked for anything more. Nicholas came in for the weekend and on Saturday we went sailing! Here are some pictures
Related posts:by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 22nd, 2010
I leave you with some inspiring images for the weekend! x-Mollie
Pheobe Philo How I Adore you.by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 22nd, 2010
Pheobe Philo is the brilliant designer behind the brand Celine (and at one point in time Chloe). I must say I am absolutely in love with her pre-fall collection. Here are some of my favorite looks. -Mollie
skirt/dress?by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 22nd, 2010
Now I’m off to go pick up someone special from the airport! wahoo!
How to Marry A Millionaire.by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 22nd, 2010
Lately, I have been inspired by classic movies from the 1950′s and 1960′s…most recently How To Marry a Millionaire. Three models (Marilyn Monroe, Lauren Bacall, and Betty Grable) move into a penthouse apartment in New York City in order to attract men with money…lots of money. Not saying that I condone going after someone for their money but whether it be the fashion or the set, there is something about old movies that I am always drawn to. No one would leave the house without looking their absolute best. The men are wearing well cut suits, a hat and a tie and women are wearing their best outfits. Not to say I don’t leave my apartment disheveled because I quite often do but a part of me would like to go back to those times. - Mollie
Just incase you didn't already see…by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 19th, 2010
Coachella line up announced! While I’m not so impressed with their “major headliners,” I’m actually loving their line up this year. I think I may just have to mosey on over there. I mean- wouldn’t YOU want to know what in the world Thom Yorke???? means!? Plus Phoenix, Miike Snow, Hot Chip, LDC Soundsystems, deadmau5, La Roux, and Julian Casablancas. Um- yes, please!
Subscribeby Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 16th, 2010
Hi everyone! I hope everyone is doing well. I just wanted to do a quick post asking you all to subscribe to my blog on the right there. I’ve added several different options so pick which ever one suits you! You could either subscribe through e-mail, BlogLovin, or a reader of your choice!
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Seriously, what's in that Italian water?by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 14th, 2010
I’d like for all of us to stop for a second and admire the poise, elegance, and style the men of Italy have. It seems that every time I go to The Sartorialist, I see an Italian man looking sharp as ever. Lucky me…
All photos taken from The Sartorialist
Cherry Blossom Girlby Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 14th, 2010
Is anyone as captivated as I am?
How to live like a king.by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 13th, 2010
While skipping around Anthropologie the other day, I was made aware of this beautiful, beautiful book. I’ll be honest in saying that I had kind of forgotten about my encounter with The Private World of Yves Saint Laurent & Pierre Berg, however, I was happily reminded of it by a friend earlier today. Filled with the most inspiring interiors, The Private World of Yves Saint Laurent & Pierre Berg, gives us a look at the eight homes in which Yves Saint Laurent shared with his long time friend and business partner, Pierre Berg. In these lovely houses you’ll find anything from French decor to prominent pantings by Romantic artist. The saddest part? All the houses are now empty. Sad face.
I promised some MET pictures..by Elizabeth Jaime posted at January 11th, 2010
A cold day in New York calls for walks….inside.