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Tuesday
Dec132011

[SHOP] GARDEN & GUN

{Garden & Gun}

The lovely folks at Garden & Gun contacted me a few months ago about their magazine and new G&G Exclusives. I had heard about Garden & Gun from my friend Jane of Simple + Pretty but had never checked out their site until recently. I love their G&G Exclusives which is small line of products designed with eight leading creatives teams and inspired by the pages of the G&G magazine. Some of my favorites from the line include the Hable Construction canvas carryall, the Moore & Giles grey leather campaign chair, Le Creuset cast iron round french oven and the Stanley & Sons' vintage inspired apron. 

Reader Comments (1)

Getting the right dress usually starts with shopping intelligently. To shop intelligently doesn't mean simply shopping for price. It has to do with being able to tell quality from not, whether in the workmanship of your formal dresses, or in the richness of their fabric.

01.11.2012 | Unregistered Commentershop prom dresses

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