the new girl in town


Posted in art, fashion by Dani on January 23, 2010

Good afternoon, cupcakes! Two summers ago, I visited the Textile Museum while exploring the District in search of an ideal venue for an upcoming event. While there, a friend of mine was kind of enough to buy me two exquisite Nigerian woven banglesfrom their gift shop in exchange for my vintage store plastics. It was a done deal. My newest TeMu darling? Vere Tyvek bags. In addition to being recycable, these stellar sacks are rather hardy, holding up to 20 lbs. of goodies. 

Ooh... pretty. Haha.

Another  fabulous feature? The sharp colors are so cool and cutting edge! I have come to realize that I am pretty much a sap for anything metallic these days, owing to my pet Christmas present last year.

I practically wear this bracelet everyday.

Have a super duper Saturday!



P.S. I think if my Nigerian bracelets were to ever be converted into a purse, the following would be the end result […and it would be uh-mazing! Haha.]:

So cute. Summer ready, much? Haha.

As always, in order to visit the source of any of the photos above, please click on the photo.


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  1. Naima said, on January 24, 2010 at 10:10 AM

    supr kawaiiiiiiii, i love those bags at the end with the nigerian inspired prints!!

    • disfordani said, on January 28, 2010 at 4:14 PM

      Aww… thanks, darling. Me too! Definitely a summer must-have. Just wonder what these babies are called. Hmm…

  2. dad and mom said, on January 28, 2010 at 11:13 AM

    Dearest Danny,

    We love your blog. Keep up the great work. All our love always, dad and mom

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