want list of the month // november

Not to brag or anything, but the shopping in Amsterdam was pretty damn great. I’m still working on my recaps, but I’ll be sharing loads of recaps soon. Until then, here are a few more special treats that have caught my eye… cuz you know, the hoarding never ends.

To start, Dusen Dusen collaborated with West Elm — be still my textile designer/fashion lover heart.

Speaking of fashion… I think we can all agree that bucket bags are a huge trend this fall, but being me, I don’t want to carry around the one that everyone and their mom has. Plus, it’s always nice to support independent makers, which is why i love this version from Remnant.

bucket bag by Remnantthe perfect way to store my crystals (by ABJ glassworks + free people)I recently started looking into crystals more and more. Currently, my collection is lined up on my windowsill, but this glass pyramid by ABJ Glassworks is a gorgeous way to keep Georgette from knocking over my minerals.

vintage french flatware - WANTFood52 is rapidly becoming one of my favorite places to shop for both personal reasons, as well as for styling props. Two things on my list: a collection of vintage French flatware and these positively darling salt + pepper pinch bowls by Suite One Studio.

gilded salt + pepper cellars by Suite One Studioold fashioned scented candle (from Terrain) I’ve been burning loads of candles at home. There’s just something that makes candles feel 100% necessary in the fall months. Plus, you can’t beat that warm, romantic glow. This old fashioned scented candle from Terrain is at the very top of my shopping list the next time I replenish my collection.

p.s. see past months here!

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Joanna Hawley-McBride is a Pacific Northwest-based social media strategist, content creator, and former textile designer. Joanna is the founder and editor-in-chief of Jojotastic, a lifestyle blog focused on Joanna’s work-in-progress cabin, finding the best pair of underwear through #UnderwearThesis, and empowering women to explore nature — all in her signature unfiltered style. Her work has been featured in Domino, CNBC, and Eating Well.

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  1. 11.13.14
    Miranda Jameson said:

    Free People’s price for that pyramid is a rip-off (like their prices for most things). You can buy something similar for much less on Etsy — directly from an artist. You can even ask for a custom piece made to your specifications. I have one in my room that was 1/3 the price of this one, and handmade. I’d rather support an artist than a corporation, wouldn’t you?

    • 11.13.14
      Miranda Jameson said:

      In fact, a quick search on Etsy pulls up pieces by ABJ Glassworks themselves — for literally a fraction of the price that Free People is charging for them. I do see one piece that is the same price as FP, but you know that if you buy it on Etsy 100% of the proceeds support the artist, whereas FP will take a chunk of what sells through them. So you might as well go directly to the artist instead!