10.7.12

summer sale


Geoff took this picture of me & our friend Joe with his Mamiya C220 at the Martin House when we visited Buffalo. It was so tranquil back there, so we were pretty relaxed. The reflections are coming off the Greatbatch Pavilion, and I am wearing the coral Quaker Marine long-billed cap I bought earlier that day at O’Connell’s (I’m really into caps these days; partially Joe’s influence, I think, partially the tomboy in me).

Anyhow! This is just a quick post to mention our summer sale. We’re shipping our Light as a Feather scarves to a favourite online shop, and in the meantime we thought we would clear out our remaining stock. We hope to have them back again in the fall, along with some new designs, but for now, all scarves are 25% off. Thank you!

19 comments:

  1. Love this picture. I've been going to the Martin House since I was a kid, and recognized it immediately when scrolling through my blog reader. Thanks for the Buffalo love. People often don't realize how beautiful it can be.

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    1. Thank you! I grew up thinking Buffalo was nothing but a place to shop for Canadians (based on the way people talked about it & the outlets), but I don't really care for the shopping and there's really so much more to it!

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  2. I love this photograph, it's so dreamy.

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    1. Thank you! I agree, Geoff took a good one.

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  3. I really love how calm this photo is. I didn't even notice your friend Joe in it until a few seconds later, haha!

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    1. I agree, he really captured the place nicely.

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  4. this is such a great photo

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  5. Yay! I'm going to get a Venus scarf at long last - so sad that Ice Cave is sold out :(

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    1. Aw, thank you so much! The ice cave ended up being a popular one.

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    1. Geoff takes really nice pictures!

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  7. That photo is just beautiful!

    Your description of your day in Buffalo has inspired me to swing across the border for a day trip of my own. I've never been to the Albright-Knox and you make it sound like a fun city to visit. Maybe I'll even find a cap?

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    1. Oh, fun! The Albright-Knox is so great! I haven't been in a few years but I remember being really impressed. And the restaurant there has really delicious food.

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  8. Great picture!

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