Curator Picks - 6/26

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Sometimes that sunset is all you need to make you fall in love with where you live all over again.

The always lovely Luisa at The Wednesday Chef had her beautiful baby boy, Hugo! Head on over to read her story and gaze at the photo of that charming little boy.

Spoon Fork Bacon posts an easy and doable recipe for Shrimp Shu Mai. I think I have wonton wrappers in my fridge that are begging for some use.


There is a big June giveaway at A Beautiful Mess. You could win a camera bag, sunglasses, jewelry, a photography class, and tons of gift cards to some awesome Etsy shops. You just have to pick your favorite item to win.

Dying over this Marrakech post by Kelly at The Glamourai. Not just because of the amazing clothing and styling (although the model's lips are a little distracting), but I love this new cinemagraph photography style where certain aspects of the images are moving in the photos (like the model's dress is blowing in the breeze but the rest of the image is still).

Ok I'm not in my 20s anymore but I still found this advice on The Everygirl quite relevant. My personal style is an evolving project (to put it nicely) and the 21 essential fashion items that every girl needs would have been (and will be) valuable to me.

Interior design:

It's well documented that I have a bedding addiction. So I loved this patterned sheet roundup from Bonnie at Going Home to Roost today. I'm totally pinning these sheets for my autumn bedding.

See you tomorrow!


  1. wow, this photograph is pure magic...that skyline would be heaven to watch sunset/sunrise...just about any time of day...gorgeous!

    Peace. Love. LOL!

    Haute Khuuture Blog

  2. Wow, congrats to Luisa! They sound so excited :)
    And that cinemagraph photography is amazing - want to learn how it's done! Think that'll become a regular feature of cameras in future?!

    1. i know, right? I am seeing it more and more. I love the way it mixes photography and films, kinda reminds me of old timey moving pictures!


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