Jonathan Aston is another great leg-wear designer, especially if you want a unique and feminine look.

Emilio Cavallini is a panty-hoes print goddess. She has beautiful and simplistic designs that can even be found at discount designer stores such as TJMaxx or Filene's Basement.

Tights are my weakness and with fall weather officially here, I can't wait to layer it up with hoes and socks and boots, oh my. Celeste Stein has a colorful array of patterned tights that will make your legs look like they go on for days.

Bead for Life is a fair trade organization that makes jewelry from rolled recycled paper. How cool is that? Anyways, they have a variety of accessories in a wide range of unique colors.
Flair for Friday. Who couldn't use some great jewels to spice up their wardrobe? Bona Drag offers a wide variety of flair including gems, feathers, crystal and crocheted pouches.

So after yesterday's post I continued drooling over the rest of Bona Drag's website. Today I am in love with her dresses. They are so simplistic and feminine, and they would be the perfect complement to a pair of boots or tights.

Bona Drag has given Capezio ballet flats a hip look by adding a touch of studs to the toes. I can't imagine how jealous your fellow ballerinas would be if you showed up to class in a pair of these.

The last phone post of the series is from Ericofon. They have a great variety of rare phones including wall phones from the 30's, grand piano phones, and even phone book holder.

Re-soul carries a variety of accessories and footwear for the 'urban individual' including this rewired phone from the 70's.
Pedlars Web Store hosts some classic phones restored to perfection.
Vintage, one of a kind phones that would make the perfect conversation piece, literally.

Ring! Ring! Who's there? It's Hulger. Whether you need a classic look to plug into your cell phone or a real phone for those long Skype conversations, Hulger has the color and style to suit every phone desire.
Makool Loves You and I love Makool.
For my last burlap post of the week, I visited Vintage Weave Interiors. Their display of grain bags, burlaps, hemps, and linens appears to progress forever. If I am ever in LA I will most definitely visit their store to see their wide array of antiques, vintage, and design.
3 Fine Grains has a great selection of vintage burlap upholstered ottomans, stools, and furniture.
Dan Marty Design has a bonny line of burlap upholstered furniture.
Burlap is one of my two favorite materials, and so it is also my inspiration for this shortened holiday week. Dutzi sacks are made in Yucatan and all profits from sales go directly to the women in the workshops, who hand craft each unique bag.

Teri Lyn Fisher takes the most lovely pictures. Every time I visit her website, I leave hungry and longing for a beautiful room.
Happy Friday! The cushions today are from Roddy & Ginger. Their cheerful
collection uses colorful prints on beautiful linens to create a look you could
just snuggle up with.

Donna Wilson's wool pillows create a warmth inside while fashioning a backdrop
for an indoor picnic on the couch.
Today I am featuring a variety of pillows from LAMA. They have very versatile
designs and materials that allow you to put these works of art just about anywhere.

Lions tigers and bears oh my! Just a cute bear face pillow to brighten up your
living space.
Plastic grain sack pillows from Guatemala are the perfect conversation piece.

Oil cloth outdoor pillows!

More cushions to snuggle up with from bookhou. The pine flower is my favorite,
printed on a grayish linen.