I would say about 99% of the time here, I am showing great products that are geared more toward the ladies, but I didn’t forget about you fella’s! So for today, I wanted to share with you the fun things over at Mister, a company all about tailored accessories. I am a huge fan of the bow tie and am so excited that they are making a comeback! For men, clothing is usually a solid color, nothing bright and fancy, till you get to the tie… or bow tie. These tiny pieces of fabric are the perfect way to throw in some personality and color into your everyday life. But back to Mister, on their site you will find the bow tie collection as well as get a few style tips from their Style section, that way you are assured it really is supposed to look like that. And, for all those out there that don’t want to rock the real thing, in the Fun section, you can find a downloadable template to print out your own paper bow tie or even a mustache, creating hours of fun for the office! So go browse, print yourself a mustache or bow tie and get inspired on how to wear these fun little accessories. Oh and ladies, you can so get in on the fun too, check out Miss Lorianna rocking the Mister Ginham Classic tie!
Posts Tagged ‘Downloads’
I just love downloads, and Yasmine Surovec, the brains behind Parasol magazine and A Print A Day has just introduced the very first Parasol Craft issue for your viewing pleasure! For $2.50 you can download 111 pages filled to the brim with crafting inspiration. From tutorials, kits, photography and even a giveaway, there seems to be tons of great things to discover. I can’t wait for the delivery of the file (it may take up to 24 hours), here is a little sneak peak of what you can find! Interested in downloading? You can purchase all 111 pages right here!
**Update! I just downloaded my copy of Parasol Craft and wow! I would highly recommend spending the whole $2.50. Tons of great photography and so much inspiration, my brain is already in over drive! Awesome job Yasmine!!**
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Caribou, Casxio, Cold War Kids, CSS, Downloads, Holly Golightly, Landon Pigg, Lykke Li, MGMT, Music, Panic Ensemble, Theresa Andersson, Wild Beasts on August 18, 2009| 1 Comment »
For all you devoted ADL readers… a huge thanks for sticking with me now that Im all kinds of busy! For your listening enjoyment I have put together a playlist of sorts that is totally downloadable. Every now and then I will be posting my current favorite tunes for you. What can you find on each list? A little of everything! My personal music preference is so all over the board I can’t really classify it, so go on over to What I’m listening to, and play, download and enjoy! Currently playing…..
And rounding out this weeks list, Birds Fly Away by Theresa Andersson.
I love listening to music, if you have someone you could recommend, I am always looking to expand my 3,000+ song count on itunes!
I don’t know how many times I have been to Indie Fixx‘s blog, but I am just now discovering their Feed Your Soul: the free art project. Seriously, I have no idea how I missed this! If you are looking to spruce up your place, be sure to check out their FREE downloads from super talented artists around the globe. It is so important to surround yourself with beautiful things, keeps you positive throughout the day! I am loving all of the bright colors, and the best part is that you can easily download, print and frame… for free!
A while back, I introduced you to Cameron Blazer of Cottage Industialists’ printable cards, and today I am leading you to the way of a lovely downloadable Thank You card for all your loved ones. We all have someone in our lives that we could extend a hardy thank you to every now and then, and these easy to print and cut cards are perfect, and its free! Designed for easy use, these little extras really make a difference, just imagine having a rough week and coming home to a handmade card… main word here being handmade! So get to printing and pull out those pens and stamps! You can download two thank you cards and envelope here. You can also find Cameron’s work for sale here.
(via cottage industrialist)