In this special post Thanksgiving post, Musette mentions a few people, places & things worth being thankful of.
1.) Lace Tights
Lovely up a look with lacy legs. For luxury pop into Chanel or Wolford, but if you fret over first day runs in your stockings, Fogal also offer a beautiful, more affordable selection. Above image, Emma Cook's pretty runway pins.
2.) Gwyneth's Grey Nails
Our fingers may be familiar with the dark side of navy and black but grey is new on our list of to do. Gwynnie may have made a few eyes roll with 'goop.com' but here she does anything but. Thank-you Gwyneth, here you have well and truly nailed it.
5.) Dr. Bronner's Fair Trade Magic Soaps
In these trying economic times it is imperative to turn to affordable and trusted names, such as the iconic Dr. Bronner. No need to stock up on a a number of unnecessary bathroom bottles when Dr. B offers an 18 in 1 alternative. Choose from a range of Magic Soap scents such as rose and eucalyptus and use it as body wash, massage oil, shampoo, aftershave and wool wash - may sound wacky, but well worth a try!
3.) James Franco
He is a humble heartthrob who can act, dress and make us laugh. We swooned over him as Daniel in the shamefully short lived series Freaks and Geeks, but it has been a thrill to watch him mature by way of James Dean, Gucci, and his upcoming roles as Allen Ginsberg and Sean Penn's love interest in the much anticipated Milk.
4.) Opening Ceremony, Howard Street, NY
Escape into the haven that is Opening Ceremony's store in New York. Step into the aroma of burning Comme des Garcons candles while perusing a multitude of racks packed with high fashion names such as Alexander Wang and Rodarte mixed in with a few Kate Moss for Top Shop gems and must have heritage brand Pendelton. Nab yourself a gold Casio watch for $95 dollars or one of Opening Ceremony's own items such as a snug cardigan or elegant trench.