Five Fab Finds

Saturday, March 29, 2014
I've decided to rename "This Week's Obsessions" to "Five Fab Finds". It's a better name and more indicative of the items that I feature. I've got lots of good stuff to show you this week. Some of the items are new purchases, others are items I've owned and have recently rediscovered, and one is an item on my wish list.

1. The d'Orsay Flat

d'orsay flats are spring's sexy flat, and I am loving them! They are sleek and sophisticated and pair perfectly with jeans or a pretty spring dress.

The designer Jenni Kayne is known for her fabulous d'Orsay flats. But since I can't afford her hefty price tag, I instead picked up this copycat pair at the Nine West outlet. Truthfully, they look just like Jenni Kaynes.
{Nine West Piper d'Orsay flat, $49.99, available at Nine West outlet stores}

2. A large clutch

I love a good clutch, but honestly, most are too small to carry my necessities. After putting away my car keys, lipstick, compact mirror, iPhone, and debit card and money, I can barely close the clutch. That's why I love my camo/animal print clutch. It's roomy without being boxy or overwhelming.

I bought it last summer at Urban Oufitters. It's no longer available, but you can find a similar one here and here

3. Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Countertop Spray in Radish

I've been using Mrs. Meyer's products for years. When I first discovered the brand, the lavender scent was my favorite. A few weeks ago, I picked up a bottle of countertop spray in the scent "Radish", and I am hooked. Such a great springtime scent. I love how the scent lingers in my kitchen. You can purchase it at Target or here just in time for spring cleaning.

4. Banquette Butter Dish from Anthropologie

I love both the simplicity of this butter dish and how the bright yellow gives it a funky edge. It's perfect to display on your countertop. Definitely adding it to my must-have list since my current Tupperware butter dish is looking a little ragged. Buy it here for just $16.

5. Tea Towels from Studiopatro

I can get lost for hours on Etsy. I have a bad habit of clicking on the related products and browsing, forgetting time. That's exactly how I discovered Studiopatro, a collection of thoughtfully designed kitchen linens. The tea towels are made of sustainable and luxurious linen. When I first saw the "Devour" towel, I knew I had to have it.  It was everything I love.

I've had my towel for about a year, and I love how after each wash, the linen becomes softer and more broken in. You don't want to miss this Etsy shop. You can purchase individual towels or sets, and I love to give these as hostess gifts. Tea towels start at $24 and towels gift sets start at $36. Buy them here.

What are you crushing on this week? Please share in the comments section. If I love it too, I'll feature it in an upcoming Five Fab Finds.

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