15…Three Things I Love…

Since I am currently a stay-at-home Mom, I spend a great deal of time in my house. This can be frustrating, but in an effort to be positive, I decided to a create a reoccurring blog post of 3 things I love (at any given moment.) So I glanced around and here are the first three things that came to mind!

Eva Fehren J Crew 2014 CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Runner-Up Shorty Sergeant Ring Stack (set of 3)

Eva Fehren J Crew 2014 CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund Runner-Up Shorty Sergeant Ring Stack (set of 3)


This years CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winners collections are set to go on sale at J Crew on June 3rd. You can preorder here now. This year I think all three collections are strong, but I am obsessed with the Eva Fehren collection!

Patriotic bunting

Patriotic bunting


Call me a weirdo, but I am obsessed with Patriotic Bunting! Every time I see it, I am knee deep in a fantasy of the perfect 4th of July celebration at my (also imaginary) Cape Cod Beach House! This year (for the first time EVER) I live somewhere that I can actually put up my own bunting!!! I found this bunting at Oriental Trading Company for an amazing price! I am stupidly excited about it!

kate spade new york strut your stuff wicker elephant purse

kate spade new york strut your stuff wicker elephant purse

Several years ago, when I graduated from fashion school, I rewarded myself with this kate spade new york wicker elephant purse. I love it so much that I actually keep it out on my nightstand as art. Everytime I carry it, I get compliments, and I have even been upgraded at a hotel because the concierge loved it so much! Turns out, I am not the only one to love it. kate spade has reissued a very similar purse this month!

14…Get your hands dirty…DIY Ombre Table Cloth

It’s been far too long since I posted something crafty, so here goes. This craft will ultimately be for an event, I will post about later. But in the meantime, it is easy, impactful, inexpensive, and a great way to add a summery ocean vibe to your dining room (or anything really, since the technique would transfer easily to clothing or curtains, etc.) First here is a peak at the finished project…

simple DIY hand dyed ombre table cloth

simple DIY hand dyed ombre table cloth

First decide on a color, and what you want to dye. I decided to use Rit Dye Liquid in Royal Blue because it fits the color scheme of my future project and you can find it at any drug store for under $5. Then I purchased this 100% cotton tablecloth from H&M Home for $12.95. Then I just needed to assemble a few supplies, a large plastic tub (you can also use a stainless steel sink), plastic gloves, Salt, a cup measure, a hanger, a couple of clothespins, and a little liquid detergent.

simple DIY hand dyed ombre table cloth supplies

simple DIY hand dyed ombre table cloth supplies

For more details instructions check here , but since my project was a natural fiber and 1 color, based on the amount of fabric, I filled the tub with about 6 gallons of warm water, the bottle of dye, a cup of table salt, and a little laundry detergent, and stirred.

Rit Dye Bath for Simple DIY Ombre Table Cloth

Rit Dye Bath for Simple DIY Ombre Table Cloth

Next I folded the tablecloth over a wire hanger and secured with clothespins. Then I dipped about 3/4 of the cloth into the dye. After a minutes, I pulled several inches of the cloth out of the bath, leaving the rest to continue soaking.

Dyeing a Simple DIY Ombre Table Cloth

Dyeing a Simple DIY Ombre Table Cloth

I continued this process approximately 5 times, leaving the end of the fabric to soak in the dye for almost an hour.

Dyeing a Simple DIY Ombre Table Cloth

Dyeing a Simple DIY Ombre Table Cloth

When I was done, I rinsed the entire cloth in warm water until the water ran clear. Then I washed and dried the cloth on cool with an old white towel and ironed! Ta Da!! Super fun, cheap, and easy, and I am thrilled with result. It isn’t perfect, and sort of has a tye-die feel to it that I am really into. But if you wanted a cleaner finish, you could certainly dip it again. I can’t wait to try again with a curtain or maybe a dress!

Simple DIY Ombre Table Cloth

Simple DIY Ombre Table Cloth

Jack’s birth story

me and baby Jack in the hospital

me and baby Jack in the hospital


Yes, I am well aware this post is about 7 months late. However, I am writing it now for a couple of reasons. First of all, I have always meant to write it down. It is, perhaps,the single most momentous thing that has ever happened to me and I don’t want to forget any of it (even the painful and gross stuff). And second, last night Jack slept for 10 hours straight!!!!!!
My baby boy has been amazing in every way possible, except for sleeping! Up until about 2 weeks ago he had only once “slept through the night” (*side note for those of you who aren’t Mommies yet, “through the night” means 6 hours or more, but since Jack goes to bed several hours before me, that does not mean I slept through the night.) Until about 31 weeks, Jack regularly woke up every 2 to 3 hours and the only way to calm him and put him back to sleep was to nurse. To be fair, I may bear some of the blame for enabling this behavior. However, since sleep deprivation is a form of torture, I don’t feel I can be held responsible for choices made in the middle of the night accompanied by the sounds of a screaming infant! That means that for at least 7 months, I never slept more than a 3-4 hour stretch (usually more like 1-3 hour stretches!) Needless to say, this 10 hour stretch of sleep is a literal miracle that has allowed me a new level of energy and clarity. Therefore I no longer have any reason to but this off, so here goes.
As I have previously mentioned, Jack was breech, frank breech to be exact (completely folded in half with head and feet pointing up and butt pointing down.) Now that I know the kid, I am convinced he was simply too stubborn to flip. After all, he was perfectly comfortable and who wants to stand on their head for a month anyway? Anyway, because he was breech, I knew I had to have a C-section. After some considerable frustration with my OBGYN (that is the stuff of an upcoming post) we agreed to schedule my cesarean for my due date, September 5th.
The morning of August 26th, I visited the hospital for a scheduled sonogram and we confirmed he was, indeed, still breech and approximately 7lbs 5oz. This was a Tuesday and although I had been having pretty strong Braxton Hicks contractions for the last week or so, I was not in labor and still over a week away from my due date. I made an appointment for a sonogram the following week and headed home.
I had been stockpiling frozen meals, and that night I cooked the last one on my list, a giant pot of my Mom’s famous spaghetti bolognese. After a healthy serving, Nick and I settled in for an evening relaxing on the couch and catching up on TiVo. Around 9:30 I started to feel pretty uncomfortable. At first I chalked it up to overeating and a touch of gas. However within a few minutes we were discussing heading to the hospital. Since we knew I was having a C section, we figured we probably didn’t need to wait but we weren’t sure. We tried calling my Dr. ( we got the answering service and no call back.) At this point the contractions were about 8 minutes apart, and uncomfortable but manageable. In the meantime I French braided the front of my hair, and I must say this was one of my better ideas! Childbirth, whether natural or cesarean, is a sweaty, messy process, and you are not likely to be up for a proper shower for at least a day or two. In the meantime, it is practically guaranteed there will be photos taken. A little French braiding can minimize the sweaty, tangled fallout! Then, I passed my mucus plug (BTW ladies, although this was not at all what I envisioned, it was both a little gross and EXACTLY what the name suggests. You will totally know it when you see it.) Anyway, at this point we decided it was time to go. We grabbed our pre-packed bags and headed downstairs to hail a cab.
I remember sitting in the cab as we drove up the FDR towards Lenox Hill Hospital, staring at the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building all lit up, and thinking how very lucky I was. Such an iconic moment in my life punctuated by such an iconic view. I also remember thinking it hurts to go over a bump while you were having a contraction, and that my poor cabbie seemed a little flustered by the woman in labor in his back seat!
By the time we got to the hospital it was 10:30 and my contractions were about 5 minutes apart. After waiting for less than 5 minutes, a nurse ushered me into triage for assessment. Before I had a chance to change into a hospital gown, my water preceded to break, all over the floor, like a scene from a Hollywood film! As the nurse put it, “I guess we’ll be admitting you then!” Nick was sent downstairs to check me in, my Dr was called, and the attending physician arrived to do my assessment.
By this point the contractions were becoming painful (laying on your back while contracting is the worst, but since I was being prepped for surgery I had no choice, and my thighs were literally shaking with exhaustion from squeezing my butt off the bed with every contraction) and I was told I was already 1 centimeter dilated. Interesting, but irrelevant since I would be having an emergency C section. The Dr and the anesthesiologist arrived and I was prepped for surgery.
Due to my recent large meal, i heard the anesthesiologist suggest waiting to do the surgery. However, by this point my contractions were about 2 minutes apart, it felt like someone was grabbing the base of my spine and my intestines and twisting from the inside, and I was starting to feel pressure. My Dr took one look at me and pronounced this baby was coming, no time to wait. I remember sitting on the edge of the bed holding the attending physicians hands and waiting to receive the spinal block, when a particularly strong contraction hit and I leaned to the side to try and mitigate the pain. My oh-so-helpful anesthesiologist chose this moment to remind me if I would “just sit still he would give me the anesthesia and it would stop hurting.” Thanks for the advice dude!
Once the spinal block had taken effect (I remember feeling very disconcerted that I could not feel or wiggle my toes), the surgery prep kicked into high gear. This part is all a bit mushy for me, but I remember the sheet going up, shower cap being placed on my head, and my husband (now in scrubs) finally being allowed in to sit next to me at the head of the bed. I think it was at this point that he was struck by how “serious ” of a surgery this is. It was certainly an overwhelming moment and although I was grateful to be free of the painful contractions, time seemed to be moving incredibly slowly and all I wanted to was to meet our baby boy.
I remember holding Nick’s hand and listening to the Dr and the attending discussing the procedure from behind the sheet. Although I could not feel any pain, I was aware that they were making the incisions. Then suddenly there it was, the most beautiful sound in the world. My healthy baby boy’s first screams! And boy did he scream! Jack Emerson Tzineff was officially born at 12:57am on August 27, 2014, weighing 7.1 lbs and almost 20 in long.
Because we couldn’t see anything beyond the sheet, that sound was was music to our ears. While the nurses did their tests on baby Jack, the Drs were busy stitching me up. Although there were no serious complications, in order to stop my bleeding they didn’t employ several sponges. This was probably the worst part for me. Although I couldn’t feel pain, I could feel pressure of two grown men pressing down on my abdomen with all their strength , and I remember feeling extremely uncomfortable. At some point, an overly enthusiatic anesthesiologist decided (without consulting me) to start a morphine drip. The second it hit my blood stream, I yelled at her to stop! My newborn baby was on the other side of the curtain and I’d be damned if I was too doped up to meet him!!
FINALLY the nurses handed our screaming newborn over to Nick and the sweetest thing happened. The moment he was safe in his Daddy’s arms, he stopped crying! Though I couldn’t hold him yet, I was able to kiss my beautiful baby boy for the first time.
The next few hours passed in alternating periods of far too fast and far to slow. Although we had requested not to be separated from our newborn, it was decided that the recovery room was too cold (I needed extra blankets) and Jack was taken to the warmer in the nursery. As I recall a couple of hours passed between his birth and my first skin to skin contact. But Jack was happy and alert and immediately latched on to nurse.
Although I felt like I had been kicked in the stomach by a horse, I wasn’t allowed to eat anything but clear liquids for two days and I don’t think I slept for longer (like all new mommies I was too busy watching Jack breath to actually sleep), I felt incredibly happy and lucky! Although I was unable to have the natural childbirth I had hoped for, since Jack decided to come early, I was able to provide him some of the benefits of natural labor and avoid a scheduled C section. And most importantly, the surgery went well with no complications and he is a perfect, healthy, happy baby!!

Goodwill Gold

As I have already expressed, one of my favorite ways to waste time on the internet, is trolling ShopGoodwill.com for vintage Goodwill finds. Since I can’t bid on everything. Here are a few of my current favorites! Let me know if you score any amazing deals!!

Goodwill mid century pitcher

Goodwill mid century pitcher

Ok, so this one I actually did bid on, and won! I paid $33 for it, and I am obsessed. Beautiful, functional, vintage, and probably less than I’d spend at Anthropologie on something similar. I have big plans for you little pitcher!!

Goodwill Vintage Chanel clipon earrings

Goodwill Vintage Chanel clipon earrings

I am on the lookout for my dream vintage Chanel jewelry. Usually vintage Chanel is outrageously expensive, but if you keep your eyes open there are deals to be had here. These earrings are currently just over $100 with a day left to go, happy bidding!

kate spade Ellis Street Rode Bowl nib

kate spade Ellis Street Rode Bowl nib

This is just a great deal on a gorgeous kate spade Crystal Rose Bowl . Hurry it is currently $31.50 with about 7 hours to go!

Vintage Wooden San Francisco Cable Car Lamp

Vintage Wooden San Francisco Cable Car Lamp

This wooden San Francisco Cable Car Lamp is such a unique vintage find, I had to talk myself out of bidding on it! But how amazing would this be in a kids room or nursery!?! Someone PLEASE snap it up, it is currently $21 with 1 day left to go!

Vintage Oriental throw rug

Vintage Oriental throw rug

I am currently on the hunt for some beautiful vintage rugs. This Vintage Oriental Rug is a little small, but still beautiful and such a deal!! Maybe I will bid on it after all, it’s $49 with 8 hours to go!

Happy bidding everyone, and of course I’d love to see your thrifted finds!!!

A Modern Safari Nursery

Baby Mod Marley crib and ikea bookshelf loaded with colorful and curated items

Baby Mod Marley crib and Ikea bookshelf loaded with colorful and curated items

I don’t know if this is normal, but I tend to know I am ready for the next phase in my life when I start mentally designing it. Let me explain. I was not the kind of little girl who imagined my wedding. Frankly, it wasn’t until I was 28, and I found myself bidding on my wedding shoes on eBay (long before engagement or any talk thereof) that I realized I might be ready for marriage. (BTW he did subsequently propose and we had the wedding of my, albeit very recent, dreams. But that is a story for a different post.)
So when my Pinterest feed began to resemble a The Land of Nod catalogue, I knew I might be ready to start growing my family! After nervously broaching the subject with my husband, I began to prepare. Oh wait, no, not prepare to get pregnant, several personal setbacks put that on hold for a couple of years. I began to prepare my nursery! Yes, in true “me” style, I had planned out my nursery and even started shopping on the sly, several years before I felt the little guy’s first kick.
Last year, as soon as that plus sign appeared on the stick, I knew I was ready to kick project nursery into high gear. I had a boy, but honestly my nursery was designed before I knew that and with a very unisex philosophy. Plus my design style tends to be a bit more masculine with lots of whimsical touches, and I knew I wanted my nursery to feel connected to the rest of my home. And of course, I knew I needed to make my fantasy nursery happen on a real girl budget.
At long last, my nursery is (almost) complete. Of course there are still things I want to do, but since my son is already 6 months old, I figured I should take some pictures before he hits high school! My “theme” is a modern safari nursery, and I am especially proud of how frugal I was while still creating a “designer” feel to the room. It is a very trend to truth moment!

mid century dresser (bought at flea market) Rugs USA rug

mid century dresser (bought at flea market) Rugs USA rug

The rug is a reproduction Moroccan Boucherouite that I found for a great deal at Rugs USA It is no longer available. But you can find similar styles on Etsy and at West Elm.

hand painted doors

hand painted doors


upcycled cashmere sweater pillow with custom needle felting

upcycled cashmere sweater pillow with custom needle felting

some favorite pieces to keep out of reach of little hands, including a framed copy of "I Married Adventure"

some favorite pieces to keep out of reach of little hands, including a frames copy of “I Married Adventure”

I wanted the accessories to be beautiful and practical. So I used some colorful wooden blocks and toys and mixed in vintage and handmade items. As a simple, “Ikea hack” I decided to hand-paint the doors of the bookshelf with a simple colorful arrow pattern. Just because an item is from Ikea doesn’t mean it cant be special. The pillow is an old favorite cashmere sweater that I accidentally shrunk. I sewed it into a pillow and needle felted Jack’s name onto it.

Ikea "hack" Strandmon Wingback rocking chair and Target Threshold pouf

Ikea “hack” Strandmon Wingback rocking chair and Target Threshold pouf

I knew I wanted a comfortable rocker of some sort (many middle of the night hours have been spent nursing here), but when I started shopping for one I was shocked at the price tags. Everything I liked was in the thousands. Then I came across this Ikea Hack and I am so pleased with the outcome. It was easy and inexpensive, and best of all, it is beautiful and very comfortable! You might recognize the blanket, curtain and dust ruffle as part of the Missoni for Target collection from several years ago. The curtains were actually 2 shower curtains that I repurposed (and yes I bought them years ago and held onto them for the right moment)and the bedskirt and blanket were actually ShopGoodwill.com scores.

Paper Mache giraffe via Anthropologie, Rifle Paper artwork, handmade crib blanket from a pattern via the Purl Bee

Paper Mache giraffe, Rifle Paper artwork, handmade crib blanket from a pattern via the Purl Bee


The crib was a big find for me. I wanted something with a mid century modern feel, but without the crazy pricetag. Who would have guessed I found the perfect thing at Walmart! The paper Mache giraffe head was purchased from Anthropologie, and the ABC poster is from one of my favorite artists, Rifle Paper Company. The knitted crib blanket is one the most special pieces to me. It was handmade by Nana for her first grandson based on a pattern from The Purl Bee Just a little tip, if you happen to know any great crafters, knitters, sewers, etc, why not request a custom piece as a shower gift? They will be excited to contribute something from the heart, and open to any color/style requests you may have, and you and your little one will have a one of a kind keepsake!

vintage clock, and brass elephants via Etsy

vintage clock, and brass elephants via Etsy

vintage wooden bookends via Ebay

vintage wooden bookends via Ebay

Kate Spade New York Suitcase filled with stuffed toys

Kate Spade New York Suitcase filled with stuffed toys

And of course, everyone needs fabulous luggage to go on their safari! I bought this gorgeous Kate Spade suitcase as a birthday gift to myself several years ago. I rarely get a chance to use it, but it is far too pretty to hide in a closet. It is a perfect toy solution!

I love Jack’s nursery because it is bright, colorful and practical. It can grow with him, and should there be any siblings to follow it could easily transition to a girls nursery. I’d love to know what you think!

City Mouse, Country House!

I grew up in a small town. Like, has a Main Street, there is only 1 high school, it is impossible to go to the store without running into someone you know, small. And don’t get me wrong, there are great things about growing up in a small town. Fourth of July celebrations in the park, a night sky full of stars, spending less than $10 on a movie ticket AND snacks; these are among the things I love about my home town. That being said, the moment I turned 18 and graduated high school, I ran away to the big city and never looked back!
Ok, maybe I didn’t run away, but I went to college in Phoenix. And after 4 years there, I moved to Los Angeles for 11 years, then on to New York City. You may see a pattern, no city ever seemed big enough. I may have been raised in a small town, but I am a city girl!
Beyond the obvious allure of a city, the sparkling malls and fancy restaurants, I quickly realized that my personality just “fit” better in a city. I tend to move briskly. I have no time for meandering, not to mention absurd wastes of time like say “gasp” writing a check at the grocery store! I don’t know my neighbors, and I would prefer if they were not particularly interested in me. I don’t grow anything or ride horses or play any sports that would require much outdoor space. Oh, and I really like sparkling malls and fancy restaurants, not mention access to great theater, dance and other cultural events! I met my husband in Phoenix, and he was a born and raised city boy! I figured that I would live in the big city for the rest of my life. When two and a half years ago, we moved to my favorite city in the world, New York City, I was in heaven, not to mention the epicenter of Fashion, Theatre, Dance, and public transportation (did I mention the one city reality I detest is driving.)
I love New York City. I love the architecture, Bergdorfs, Broadway, the subway and grocery (and everything else) delivery. I love doormen, public parks, the Brooklyn Bridge, street fairs, and hot dog vendors. And I loved our one bedroom apartment, with a giant terrace that overlooked the East River and One World Trade.

a panoramic view from my balcony

a panoramic view from my New York City balcony!


My husband, however, was beginning to miss things we had taken for granted in Los Angeles, such as a car of our own and the wide open spaces required to play team sports. Last winter was long, and very very cold. And living in the city during the winter can be tough. Trudging through dirty snow and icy wind while lugging a giant coat and whatever you need for the day (cause there is no car to dump your groceries and gym bag in) can wear on you, especially when it is still snowing in May! And did I mention I was five months pregnant?
Most of all, we realized we didn’t want to raise our son in a one bedroom apartment. It can be done, sure. But I wanted my son to have a yard and his own nursery. I wanted him to be able to ride his bike down our tree lined street. So on Halloween 2014, 2 years to the day after I moved to NYC, we packed our boxes and moved to the suburbs. To be fair, we are a right across the river in New Jersey. My husband takes the train to work in the city every day, and I can see the skyline from my neighborhood. And while I technically live in a township, I would not call it a small town. I love our house, and I know this is the right place to raise a little boy.
But there are days when I miss the honking of taxis in the middle of the night and the rush of people onto a crowded train. I know that I am where I need to be, but at heart I am still a city girl.
Last month, with the holiday season in full swing, I realized I just wasn’t feeling very merry. So I bundled up the baby and hopped on a train to the city. For me, it doesn’t really feel like Christmas until I see the windows at Bergdorfs and the Rockafeller Center Tree. Just walking down Fifth Avenue made me feel at home in a way I hadn’t in months.
The 2015 Holiday Windows at Bergdorf Goodman!

The 2015 Holiday Windows at Bergdorf Goodman!


The 2015 Holiday Windows at Bergdorf Goodman!

The 2015 Holiday Windows at Bergdorf Goodman!


My little Man's first time in Rockafeller Center, if you look closely you can see the tree behind!

My little Man’s first time in Rockafeller Center, if you look closely you can see the tree behind him!


I truly believed I would never trade in the big city for the suburbs, yet here I am, a self pronounced “city mouse” loving her country house. I’ve even met my neighbors, and I really like them! I honestly can’t say if I will ever feel fully at home here, but knowing the city is just a short train ride away does feel like having the best of both worlds!
So to all my Mommy friends out there, what changes have you made in your life that you NEVER believed you could prior to motherhood? How do you feel about the changes and how do you cope when you feel sad?

Obsessed!

Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.

Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.

I so don’t need these. But……. maybe I do? Somewhere in a drawer I still have photos I tore out of an old issue of Martha Stewart Weddings Magazine, of some beautiful vintage velvet ring boxes. However, I long ago lost the box my ring came in. Wait, come to think of I, did my ring even come in a box?
These are beautiful, colorful, classic, a perfect way to display, store, and celebrate one of the smallest, but most expensive items I will ever own. But they are vintage, expensive, and impossible to find, or are they? This amazing company, www.themrsbox.com , brought to us by the folks behind the blog Grey Likes Weddings, has recreated the classic ring box, using a rainbow of shades of pre-war vintage French velvet, and a vintage hot stamp press machine to create personal monograms! Ok, so now I have totally talked myself into needing this, but which color!?! And of course I would be remiss if I did not discuss the beautiful photo styling by MaeMae & Co. and the amazing photos by Jose Villa. I am officially Obsessed!!! (BTW, if you happen to be a good friend of mind and you get engaged, find a way to hint to me what your favorite color is. Then act surprised, ok?)

Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.

Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.


Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.

Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.


Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.

Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.


Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.

Image via themrsbox.com photograph by Jose Villa styling by MaeMae & Co.

Goodwill Gold! One of my favorite places to waste and hour and find a deal!

goodwill gold clock

One of my personal favorite ways to waste time and save money is ShopGoodwill.com!  Much like their brick and mortar counterparts, every trip is an adventure.  Who knows what you might find!! But many Goodwill locations seems to save their truly remarkable finds for this online auction site.  And unlike Ebay or Etsy, these items are not being sold by knowledgeable dealers with strict reserves, so if you have the patience to sift through, there are deals to be found!  The amazing vintage Elgin wall clock above was my recent score, under $100!! I found the same model going for over $300 on Ebay, and I adore the Mid-Century vibe it creates!  I have seen everything from new Target items (remember that sold out Target Missoni collaboration? Goodwill was the place to score items after the fact!), to authentic Chanel purses, not to mention amazing vintage items I couldn’t have dreamed up on my own!  Since I can’t bid on everything I love, I figured this was a great place to post a few of my recent favorite steals!! Below are a few recent items I have seen. Let me know what you find!

goodwill boat

Vintage Mid-Century Seifert-Boot Sailboat made in Germany (sold 7/28/14 for $27)

Hermes scarf

Hermes scarf (Auction closes 8/27/14 currently under $100)