Darcy's Diary: 4 Things I'm Loving This Week
Check out what our Editor at Large, Darcy Miller, is loving for weddings this week!
When Sara Blakely was getting ready for a party, she realized she didn't have the right underwear to give that smooth, no-lines look under her white jeans. So, she cut off the feet to her control top panty hose and thus, Spanx was born. What started out as a control top undergarment company has exploded into a full-fledged empire thanks to Blakely, and you can now get pretty much everything from control camis, slips, bras, and even jeans and leggings! Their control top bodysuits or shorts are the perfect undergarments for your wedding day, providing a seamless look if you're wearing a tighter gown, and they'll make you feel more confident than ever. They come in a variety of styles, one for almost every neckline and dress shape, so you won't have to worry about straps peeking out from your gown.
Jonathan Adler Trinkets
Jonathan Adler's Globo Box is an amazing addition to any tabletop, powder room, or cocktail table, and it can even work as a ring bearer box. The polished brass base is lined in a nice turquoise velvet and topped with a gem-esque Lucite lid. The box comes in a variety of sizes and colors including clear, green, purple, and blue.
I also love the Toulouse Valet Box from Jonathan Adler, as it can keep all of your everyday accessories neat and organized in the velvet-lined compartments of all different sizes. The box is delicately hand-crafted using a multi-step process that creates a marbled oil drop effect and then covered in a clear coat of lacquer for a glossy smooth finish. Plus with Jonathan Adler's signature brass hex clasp and magnetic closure, all of your stuff will stay in place no matter how much that box is moved around.
Liberty for Paperless Post
First released earlier this year, Liberty London for Paperless Post has gorgeous stationery for all of your wedding event needs. The combination of Liberty London's classic floral designs and Paperless Post's convenient online system makes for an easy stationery shopping experience with prices starting at $1.59. Want to stick with traditional snail mail? Each of the designs are available to order in physical paper form as well. I'm loving the classic Loden Suite with its delicate floral design and perfectly simple typeface.