Now that Andrew and I are going to be moving in together soon, I’ve been putting a lot more thought into our future home decor. Obviously the most fun part of that thinking involves decorations, but more specifically Disney decorations. We spent last weekend trimming the tree and my parents house and while I love all of the ornaments we’ve been using for years, I think my aesthetic is going to be much pinker and exclusively Disney. My favorite ornament of the bunch is definitely the Beast primping in the bathtub and the Sleeping Beauty and Tangled Mickey ears are close seconds. To see all of the purchasing information for each ornament, you can view the full set on Polyvore!
This year, Saks Fifth Avenue’s windows completely exceeded my expectations. The outer windows are inspired by the 20’s, but it’s the main windows facing ‘The Tree’ (I feel like this deserves capitalization) in Rockefeller that really caught my attention. Each display is inspired by a fairytale! There are windows devoted to Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Rumpelstiltskin, Snow White, Little Red Riding Hood, and Rapunzel. My favorite is the Sleeping Beauty window because I am in love with her gorgeous pink dress, the tiny whimsical fairies sitting atop the vines and of course, the very made-up face in the moon. Swoon.
It’s challenging to take good photos since the windows reflect the buildings and people opposite them so I took a set at night and a set during the day (yes I waited in line twice and I will probably go back another few times!) but the day photos were better, so I hope you enjoy them. Merry Christmas!
Pinup Girl Clothing had been teasing us on instagram for months before finally adding their new fairy tale collection to their online shop. The collection includes pieces based on Snow White, The Little Mermaid, Sleeping Beauty and it also includes a beautiful generic Castle print. It is no surprise that my two favorite pieces display prints that were designed by Stephanie Buscema. After purchasing the Peter Pan dress earlier this year, I think it’s imperative that I build my collection of retro fairy tale items. I mean, what’s more exciting than combining my love of literature with my love of fashion? The skirts are priced at $98 each and the dress is $142. I couldn’t resist so I’ve already placed my order for the Snow White dress and the Little Mermaid skirt!