Join us for SB FINDS Memphis this month when we salute duck season, staying warm and counting our blessings this winter. Enjoy these fun surprises!
HOME & DECOR
Stay warm through the winter underneath a cozy Sferra alpaca throw from Lisa Mallory Linens, which measures 51 inches by 71 inches. This ultra-soft blanket will add a pop of color to winter months and transition beautifully into spring. $195
Lisa Neimeth pottery
As seen in the latest issue of House Beautiful, ceramic artist Lisa Neimeth believes we should “treat the everyday with something special.” As such, she creates her ceramics to be displayed, cherished and used! Her tableware is beautiful, versatile and dishwasher-safe. Find a nice selection of Lisa Neimeth pottery at Social. Tableware starting at $20; large plates, $125
Vintage duck decoys
Duck season is in full swing through January, so perhaps you want your décor to be in keeping with the theme. These refurbished vintage decoys, circa 1900 to 1920, are at Chestnut Hall. $250
Another hunting season idea for your home, also found at Chestnut Hall, is a full leather Labrador pillow. These pillows are handcrafted in Wisconsin, measure 18 inches by 18 inches and they have black Labs, plus other images. $249
Audrey Hepburn would have worn this one! This classic wool, winter white, cape-style coat at Kittie Kyle is paired with a beaded necklace with magnetic leather closure. (This necklace comes in several colors.) Coat, $635; necklace, $365
A bright coat/scarf combo
Fuchsia is a welcome color to brighten winter months. This colorful, wool-blend coat was spotted at More Therapy and is shown paired with a neutral scarf that has a fun, metallic pattern. Coat, $85; scarf, $38
Hardtail Forever activewear (on sale!)
Lavish has many choices for looking great while getting in shape. Start the new year right by updating your workout wear with a few pieces from Hardtail Forever activewear. Many of the brand’s functional, stylish finds are now on sale! $56 to $113
Life is Good rain poncho
Never get caught in the rain unprepared! Instead, snag one of these clear ponchos to keep in your car. You can layer it over any ensemble, even your favorite winter jacket! You’ll stay dry, and since it’s transparent, your cute outfit will still be seen. Found at Life is Good Memphis, located downtown. $30
Lysse is a brand known for comfort, quality and versatility. Find one of their most popular collections at Lansky 126. Patterns vary, and prices range from $58 to $88.
This hand-beaded chiffon scarf necklace is from the stunning Mignonne Gavigan collection. Shimmering with glass beading, this scarf necklace is new at Oak Hall this month and a flattering, fun trend. $425
Leather mini-clutches at 20twelve in white and pink will brighten the remaining weeks of winter and transition well into spring and summer. $48 each
Tory Burch flats
Keep it simple, comfortable and stylish in Tory Burch Reva signature flats. Check out the huge selection of colors and patterns at Joseph. Starting at $225
Keep your priorities in line this year with a blessing bracelet from the Urban Gardener. Handmade from sterling silver and Swarovski pearls and/or gemstones, the idea is to honor a blessing in your life for each pearl on the bracelet. Amen! $25.50
This handcrafted, multilevel jewelry box, found at Mrs. Post, is constructed of wood and covered using a special seven-layer painting and polishing process. $150
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Get your Skincare 101 at Heather Boutique and Spa. Their Purifying Foaming Cleanser for the face is enriched with botanical extracts of green tea and pomegranate, and gently removes makeup and impurities. The aloe leaves your skin super soft, it’s paraben-free (bonus!), and it’s exclusive to Heather. $39
Bond no. 9 perfume
Does 2015 merit a fresh, new fragrance for your vanity? Bond no. 9’s clever bottles and wonderful scents are just as much fun to discover as they are to look at and smell. Choose from a wide selection found locally — and exclusively — at Joseph. Starting at $200
Have you been to Porcellino’s? It’s the newest venture of the well-known chef duo Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman, owners of the Andrew-Michael Italian Kitchen and Hog & Hominy. Located on Brookhaven Circle, the craft butcher shop opened in late December 2014 and features a butcher counter, and also offers coffee, pastries and other specialty items.
Sure, tech stuff is fun, but it’s also fun to unplug and enjoy traditional activities with your family. How about doing a jigsaw puzzle by the fire this winter? Check out the wide selection at Booksellers at Laurelwood. $17.50
Twenty-Five Years With Freida Hamm
Renee Pembroke has documented the work of her friend, artist Freida Hamm, in Twenty-Five Years With Freida Hamm. This coffee-table book presents a lovely collection of the artist’s work, featuring her well-known use of bold color and abstraction. We found our copy at Lisa Mallory Linens, but you can also find it at the David Lusk Gallery, Palladio and other local businesses. $50
Author Michael Glasgow’s new book, Feeding Memphis, is a celebration of our city’s eclectic cuisine. Join the Feeding Memphis team on Monday, January 12, at Sweet Grass to toast the book’s release. Chef Ryan Trimm will prepare a three-course dinner for all guests, and the author will be in attendance to visit with participants. Purchase at Social, Booksellers at Laurelwood, The Rendezvous, The Stovall Collection and other local businesses. $45
Wishing you a warm winter and a fantastic 2015 from StyleBlueprint!
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