Monday, September 15, 2014

i'll have what she's having {pinpointed with ted baker}

Our whirlwind in Turkey is slowly (or perhaps all too quickly) coming to an end and I have to admit, after chasing some amazing summer sunsets over here while next to the Aegean Sea, I'm 100% ready for fall now. Something about oversized felt fedoras, sharp suit pairings and peek-a-boo lace with leather sounds all too appealing at the moment, even if that means covering up my newly acquired tan (sigh). 

As with any new season, I love taking notes on items that I have my eye on -- a sartorial hit list if you will -- and am excited to be partnering with Ted Baker this time around for their Autumn/Winter collection. If there's any season the Brits do best (well, if we're being honest, their street style scene regardless of season is always killing it), it's definitely fall. If you're in the same "let's amp up for fall now" boat as me, head over to Pinterest where you can win a $800 Ted Baker shopping spree for you and a friend, simply by creating a fall lust list of your own. For inspiration, you can see my board here -- and don't forget to enter your board here to be considered eligible. Full rules and details can be found right this way.

Good luck and happy fall hunting!

This post was in collaboration with Ted Baker. As always, all opinions and styling are my own. Thank you for supporting posts that keep This Time Tomorrow's doors open!

Friday, September 12, 2014

well tiled

Shirt: Kit & Ace; Jeans: Parker Smith; Sandals: Witchery; Bag: Everlane; Hat: J.Crew; Watch: Daniel Wellington; Necklaces: Jennifer Zeuner

Y'all know me. When it comes to interiors, I'm very much of the "if it's black, white and gold, I'm all over it" train of thought. But this trip has me changing my tune, particularly in regards to hand painted tiles. For one of our first stops, shortly after the Blue Mosque, Heather and I were keen to see the Harem inside Topkapi Palace (I mean, have you ever been in a Harem? Me either!). 

As I mentioned before, I'll be sharing a much longer recap of our trip in a later post, but the tile work inside the palace is just too good not to share a little peek beforehand. Cerulean blues. Dusty rose pinks. Antique golds. The colors were just spectacular and sometimes covered entire rooms, floor to ceiling. To say I didn't want to leave and just wanted to curl up in a room to take it all in, would be a serious understatement. 

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