Currently Coveting | June


Rather than lusting over new clothes, I've been eyeing some miscellaneous items instead. 
Nordstrom Straw Fedora-Summer is approaching fast, and I thought a straw hat would be a perfect addition to my trivial but growing hat collection of fedoras and caps. Not only does this hat block the harmful rays from the sun, but it also serves as a cute accessory to any summer outfit. 

Rebecca Minkoff Pave Horn Pendant Necklace- I'm all about gold tones in the summer and I thought this particular necklace was way too cute to resist. It's delicate enough to wear everyday, and a statement in of itself so I don't need to layer anything else. 

Monika Strigel Flamingo iPhone Case- Flamingos are all the rave now. Have you checked Marc Jacobs and Kate Spade? It's definitely a really cute print that I cannot resist. Your iPhone can only handle so much cuteness. Come on, it has flamingos on it!! 

Fujifilm Instax Share Smartphone Printer- I'm a big fan of instant film photograph, but this is the perfect remedy to a common problem I face overtime I use my Instax mini or wide. I tend to develop blank polaroids a lot, which sucks. With this little device though, you can print polaroids directly from any photo you've taken on your smartphone. Say goodbye to faulty Polaroids. 

Butter London Nail Polish- New season, new nail polishes. The metallic rose gold and bright pink shade complements any skin tone. It's the perfect color for summer. 

Aquazzura Christy Lace-Up Flats- These flats.. I have been looking at these for months. I want them so bad, but they're way too expensive. There's dupes, of course, but then come's the situation of do I splurge on a pair that will last me a lifetime or buy a pair that will last me two years. 

All the Light We Cannot See- Anthony Doerr- This book is about a blind French girl and a Nazi boy during WWII. I was never a big reader, but I tend to read more during the summer time since I don't have any other readings to do. I find reading during my commute to and from work to be the most pleasant. This book is next on my list of books to read.

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