May Shopping List

posted on: May 26, 2011

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1. I've desperately been searching for statement necklaces that I really love. They seem to be non-existent! Maybe it's because my price range is lower, but even my go-to jewellery spots don't seem to have what I'm looking for. This gorgeous necklace from Anthropologie isn't bad for $58.

2. With the weather we've been having, I think it's time to invest in some longer skirts. The 'Always Play Flare Skirt' from ModCloth is no longer on my shopping list. Only because its already been purchased and is on its way to my home. There were only 5 left, I had to act fast ;)

3. Dahlia impresses me every season with their feminine vintage inspired pieces. This Dahlia dress, for £70, in particular caught my eye because it makes me think of Paris. What a lovely dress to throw on with sandals and a bright tote during the summer!

4. We all love TOMS for their 'one for one' policy that for every pair of TOMS you purchase, they give a pair of new shoes to a child in need. Next month, I will do my part and purchase the $60 CA brown stripe classic TOMS.

They also recently launched a TOMS Wedding Collection, which I think is super cute for all those brides out there who wouldn't dream of wearing heels on their wedding day. There are also great styles for all the handsome grooms and even some choices for the kiddies in the wedding party. What a great idea for an already awesome product!

Click the image below to view the collection:
5. The fact of the matter is, that I need new sunglasses. Been searching desperately for styles that I like and most of them seem to be online, like these $40 USD Sunblock Shades on NastyGal.

6. I just want J.Crew everything, why do we not have one here in Vancouver? Note to self, must plan a Seattle roadtrip asap!

7. I'm dying for a Kimono inspired jacket and/or dress. I love this ASOS Beyond the Valley Silk Kimono, on sale for $324.98 USD, I guess this one will remain on my wishlist.

What is on your latest shopping list?


  1. Haha, I LOVE this post! The grocery list is the cutest! I love that necklace, and like you want blouses blouses blouses! I just wish all the ones I loved weren't $200+. Sigh!

  2. I have also been looking for the perfect statement necklace (which is not easy to find!!) And I am addicted to TOMS haha.


  3. I love the TOMS & everything on that list

  4. That J. Crew. They get me every time! Practically their entire swimwear collection is on my shopping list, although at this rate, I'm beginning to doubt how much I'll need a bathing suit this summer :( The pleated skirt is a definite must- I already own far too many and wear them all weekly. My conservatively dressed co-workers think I'm odd, but I don't care :) I love the one you've picked out, the colour is just brilliant. Maybe- just maybe- it will arrived in time for you to wear it to our gathering on Sunday? I'd love to see it in person.

  5. This is the cutest post I've ever seen!

  6. Club Monaco was having a sale on some statement necklaces. One of the girls I work with found an amazing necklace that was regularly 80 bucks for 9 dollars... it's a friggen steal! haha. I'm not sure if they still have any but might be worth a look?

  7. Ooh I love this list. And holy spectacular bow on that J. Crew blouse!

    If you go cross-border shopping, can I come along too, pretty please? I promise my passport will be valid by then.

  8. A few weeks ago I bought the cutest Winter Kate kimono style open silk cardi from Lynn Steven. You should check it out:-)

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  10. The skirt is on my list too! Well not that one exactly but an orange maxi from Zara! Pretty sure you'll find a more affordable kimono, or stay tune on my blog I'll soon post a diy tutorial ;) ... Happy weekend!

    Cess O. <3 The Outfit Diaries

  11. I covet thee kimono! Beautiful!

  12. So many great choices! I love the Toms idea for weddings, what a perfect idea!

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