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Penny Lane, as she’s been dubbed, is my ticket to riding throughout the city this summer. With her curvacious frame, light weight and lemon meringue hue – she’ll be my constant companion to the season’s fairs, fests and lake-side lolly gagging.
Now that I have a new “steed” I’m apt to fancy it up with some accessories to make the ride that much sweeter. Here’s a smattering of some of my favorite handmade and earth friendly finds for jazzing up a bike for the summer!
- 1. Me and my vintage bike Penny Lane
- 2. Geometric Bike Planter from Wearable Planters
- 3. Upcycled Pant Cuff by Tweek
- 4. Waxed Canvas Bike Bag by Tree Size Verse
- 5. Hand Knit Bike Seat Bow by Mischief Managed Knits
- 6. Handlebar Bag & Seat Cover by Beatrice Holiday
- 7. Reclaimed Hardwood Bike Fenders by REdesign Shop
You know that the season’s-a-changing when people starting peeling back layers of black and grey to reveal bright and bold hues underneath!
Pining for pops of color after a long and dreary Chicago winter, it seems my palette is also bursting with pinks, yellow and saturated blues. From neon blouses graced with prints to colorful vintage finds that have been altered for a contemporary fit – there’s a definite theme to the Spring Pierogi Picnic collection! Take a peek at all of this season’s creations in our color-lovin’ Facebook album.
Here’s to a season of rainbow hues!
When shopping this holiday season there’s nothing better than scooping up items that are handmade, vintage or sustainable. Not only does it mean you’re supporting a smaller business, you’re also promoting a greener economy.
With that in mind, I thought it would be fun to share some of my favorites off Etsy. Here’s my own whimsical wishlist:
What’s on your holiday wishlist? Are you dreaming of something vintage or handmade? Share links to your favorites in the comments.
Sometimes all it takes is a special color combo to stir my creativity – and grey and gold is giving me quite the inspiration boost! I love the way the monotony of the first counteracts the cheeriness of yellow hues. Whether in my home or in my designs, this is by far my favorite combo of the season.