Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Wilder Beatz: 20 Songs to Get You Through Deep Winter

I hit a point at about this time every January where I feel like a plant that's being kept too far away from the window. I crave light, I crave warmth, I crave water...all I want is to lie on a warm dock with an iced coffee and a stack of magazines beside me. And maybe it's just because we've had a particularly nasty stretch of days this past week; maybe the sun will come out soon (as it did the other day when it lit up the tree in the photo above) and I'll feel restored (songs after the jump).

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Wilder Style + Words: Chimala Denim (or) Yves Nailed It

Funny, Yves, because that's pretty similar to how I feel about this Chimala denim. Available at J.Crew and Madewell via their In Good Company and Looks We Love sections respectively, they're some of the best new blues I've seen in a while (more after the jump).

Sunday, January 13, 2013

Ten Things I Like: Instagram Edition (Includes J.Crew Pants, Sunsets, and Rosie The Dog in Sunglasses)

I hope you all had a lovely weekend! Mine was so much fun; it involved photo shoots (more on that in a future post), tons of good friends, and more laughing fits than I've had in a while. There are few better combinations (unless all of these things took place in the Carribean because let me tell you, winter looks a lovely shade of pale right now).

I don't have a theme for this "ten things" other than the fact that they all came from my Instagram feed. I know, I know, it's a lazy way to put together a blog post, but it's what I've got at the moment. And while I usually post these on Fridays, I didn't want to wait. So here, without further ado, 10 Things I Like (after the jump):

Monday, January 7, 2013

Wilder Pictures + Wilder Beatz: My Favorite Barn (and) Bruce

There's a barn in Rockport, Maine along the main road that leads into the village. It stands overlooking the harbor, and the low winter light hits it in the afternoons, highlighting the peeling paint and stretching the shadows of the trees across the wide, toothy pattern of the missing shingles. Someone recently bought the house and the barn, so I'm guessing the dilapidated facade isn't long for this world. When I was there over the holidays I took a few pictures in case it is indeed a little spruced up by the time I get back up there. Or, god forbid, gone (more after the jump).