9.11.11

elsewhere


I'm on Emma's blog today as part of her "Lovely Lady" (aw, shucks) series. This one includes a giveaway, so be sure to visit if you'd like a chance to enter. And here you can see why I don't do outfit posts: so awkward! (If you read the post you'll see that the scarf is a Fieldguided scarf. Yes. I have been sitting on those samples since early 2011 and just haven't had the funds/confidence to get anywhere with them, even if I really do love them.)

Holiday things are starting to trickle in, but I don't mind since I always love the lead-up to the end of December (I try not to pay too much attention to the gift-buying parts and try to focus on the holiday parties part). I recently contributed to the Little Paper Planes holiday lookbook. My icy picks are here.

I also contributed a post to Honey Kennedy: Milky Pix: Cat Edition.







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Hopscotch: Yes, I hope so too! I've been loving your travel photos lately!

Jane Flanagan: Thank you! And yes, the weather couldn't have been better. I was so glad we took that little bike ride.

tamerajane: A highly recommended activity! We stick to quiet side streets, which are so much nicer to ride along.

Libby: That's so funny because I always assume people expect Toronto to be so cold! We're lucky to get all kinds of weather, I think.

jillh: That happens to me occasionally with other blogs!

hungryandfrozen: I really do enjoy it, although it does have scary moments.

alexandria: Thank you!

east side bride: Ha! It just looks that way. Illusions!

erica: It's possible! I mean, most of my days are spent at Robarts Library and maybe the yoga studio before I head home, so these sorts of excursions are actually an exception. I highly recommend Ezra's Pound, both locations! Really good coffee, if you're a coffee person.

lola is beauty: Thanks, sweet Claire!

EvaForeva: Come along! Thank you.

elle :: everything reminds me of you: Thank you! Funnily enough I don't like the colours in them... I love autumn light, though. But I'm glad I took them and have them.

greenbeen: They're great shoes! He just loves them. Thank you!

hannah kristina metz: Yes please!

katie merchant / thank you, ok: Maybe I'm just a short cat!

Sam: Thank you!

Xochiltyay: It was very lovely indeed.

NICOMADE: Thanks! I totally will.

anja louise verdugo: Thanks, buddy!

Juan Satizabal: Thank you!

tara-lynn: Oh, hmm... do you have plans to come to Toronto soon? I think it's widely available. Or if you'd like I can pick up a copy for you and leave it at Robber... it's so expensive to ship!

Heidi: I do like it here!

caroline: Thanks! The bike is 20+ year old Raleigh Transit. A friend gave it to me many years ago.

Nastya: Thank you!

Darcy: Yeah, it's a great tote! Makes me wish I had designed it.

TwoBrunettes: I got the case on eBay. Just search "kutusitanyanko iphone" or "kutusita nyanko iphone."

Stephanie: Thank you!

Catherine @ The Spring: Oh yes, I agree about the light soles. Thanks for saying hello and for the kind words!

anne b.: It was, thank you! Love that cape.

18 comments:

  1. I LOVE the scarf and most definitely would buy one for myself (aka pleeease sell them!). That cape is pretty fantastic, too. :)

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  2. yes, love the scarf! and the cape too. i have an old wool cape that was my grandmother's and i'm sad to say i've never worn it! it's longer than yours here and also has a hood (but it's navy and has a red lining!) must make an excuse to wear it....

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  3. You are SO precious. I would love a Fieldguided scarf :)

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  4. So cool! I love your cape :), and can't wait to see what the scarf is all about ;)

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  5. as much as i love having a summer christmas, every so often i yearrrn to know what it feels like to celebrate in winter. looks so cosy :) i want to wear capes!

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  6. You are totally foxy and I love the scarf.

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  7. you are such a beauty. when i saw you were her lovely lady i got excited to click through the link.

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  8. how funny, you're just a few blocks from me most days! for some reason i never go into robarts except to put things on reserve. matthew is very excited about going to ezra's pound, he's super serious about his coffee!

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  9. Love the scarf, Anabela! Have you ever thought of doing a Kickstarter? I'm sure plenty of folks would chip in to make more of those lovely scarves. (Including this girl!)

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  10. Well you look great and I love your selection of icy things over at Little Paper Planes, each pick compliments the others so well.

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  11. Love your fall post previous, what a lovely Toronto day!
    I love your scarf, I noticed it right away. So nice that it's one of yours! I absolutely love my hankie, I hope you'll feel comfortable selling them. They're gorgeous!

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  12. anabela! i need one of those scarves - i hope you offer them soon, or i might have to come up there and raid your samples!

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  13. Scarves!? Exciting. I hope we see more soon.

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  14. I would love to see more of this scarf!!

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  15. the people demand scarf-age, obvs. made to order?

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  16. I find having my photo taken so awkward too, but you've managed to pull it off way better than I ever could anabela!

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  17. hey where can i get this tote! http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6034/6320480199_10a8d758ef_z.jpg :)

    also is this a tote for guys since you used a male models? http://fieldguided.blogspot.com/2011/10/vu-de-lexterieur.html#comments would you personally carry it? i'm a girl and am not sure if it'd look weird

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  18. That tote is from the Wild Nothing website: http://wildnothing.bigcartel.com/

    Sure, girls can carry that tote! I do!

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