Here's the deal: I'm not big into labels. I like my logos hidden or subtle. Heck, I won't even wear the strap that came with my camera, because I don't like schilling for Canon. But recently I saw two items -- two overtly-schilling-for-some-brand-or-another items -- for which I would totally tattoo a big label on my forehead.
First of all, did you see this gorgeous mixer that Kitchenaid customized for the Pioneer Woman?
I heart the orange, and the vintage graphics, and the flowers, and the pretty doily, and the shiny bowl, and the . . . . Ok, there is nothing I don't love about this mixer.
Apparently, they only created a handful of them. And they're not for sale. And if you want one (I do! I do!) you have to win it through Rhee's blog. And I never win anything, so I'm SOL.
Nor do I have a hope of getting my hot little hands on this adorable Orla Kiely Citreon DS3. They lent it to Susie Bubble for London Fashion Week.
Look at the fabulous details, like Orla's signature leaf graphic on the rear windshield.
And the same leaf pattern stitched into the leather headrests.
Apparently, the car comes in four patterns, so if you love it too, we don't have to fight over the green one. But since I'm owning this only in my dreams, I'd totally give you a ride in it.
Hope you're enjoying the long weekend!!