Marloes Ten Bhomer makes couture shoes out of crazy materials. These are polyurethane rubber and stainless steel, in my favorite shade of mint green. LINK: MARLOESTENBHOMER
Am loving the angles and layers of these origami-inspired tops ($125) at Olive Shoppe. LINK: OLIVE SHOPPE
Some of the stuff in this shop creeps me out, but I’ll admit I want to smooch this dotty shirt. ($44) Totally reminds me of this awesome project. LINK: BLOOD IS THE NEW BLACK
If Monet and Yo Vintage were a celebrity couple, their name would be MoYo. LINKS: YO VINTAGE & WORLD GALLERY Samesies is a weekly guest series from M. Fay.
What an incredibly wearable piece. That Brooklynite Annie is a star. LINK: ANNIE LENON
While researching a personal project, I ran into Camilla Prasch, who created a sculptural necklace using just pricetags and cotton strings. I am amazed at talent like this — so inspiring. LINK: KLIMT02
Kelly green is one of my favorite shades to wear, and this Bernhard Willhelm dress is the perfect style — casual, but so easy to transform into evening with some key accessories. LINK: CREATURES OF COMFORT
Mint green was my favorite color as a kid, and I still love how it feels both retro and modern at the same time. Here are a few of my favorite mint green picks, from radios to rompers!: 1. Petiole Romper ($250) at Steven Alan 2. Latte Bowls ($20) at Anthropologie 3. Not Too Coy