A cozy upgrade – something of use.

Floor to ceiling windows make for a great view,
but dievca’s apartment doesn’t warm-up quickly before the morning sun.

Enter a gift received over 3 years ago:

Ugg Duffield Blanket Home Collection (click photo to purchase the latest version)

  • 50″ x 70″
  • 100% polyester with 95% cotton, 5% spandex trim
  • Machine wash cold, tumble dry low
  • $98

Fuzzy, cozy, light and wash machine friendly, the throw has been extremely useful, but not super stylish.

Enter Missoni Home:

Missoni Home Jocker Throw Multi (dievca bought hers on sale at Yoox, click photo for a place to purchase the throw)

  • Material: 80% wool, 20% polyamide
  • Dimensions: 130x190cm
  • Soft chunky weave
  • Neutral colors with multi colors in between
  • Made in Italy
  • $523

dievca thought she would upgrade with Missoni and donate the Ugg to Goodwill. Instead, she’s been using both throws consistently, one on the sofa and one in the bedroom.

 


April Showers

Brollies

So, dievca loves wild weather and always desires to play outside in the rain.

Master isn’t so fond of bad weather nor being wet. 

dievca serves Master.

So, dievca tries to stay dry in regular life, too. Brollies / Umbrellas are a part of staying dry in the city.

A couple of years ago, dievca made a great buy with a Missoni umbrella.  she has since added two more, so that she can accessorize by color.  OK, it is a little strange — but it makes dievca happy and she knows that she looks adorable in her DKNY brown shiny raincoat holding the brown Missoni camouflage umbrella.

Why?
Master has told her so~Missoni Umbrella 3Missoni UmbrellaMissoni Umbrella2Missoni Umbrella BlueMissoni Camo Light WoodMissoni Minimatic Mimetico UmbrellaMissoni Minimatic Mimetico Umbrella2Missoni Plume UmbrellaMissoni-Olga-automatic-umbrella-Missoni Umbrella 2missoni-pink-alessandra-umbrella-product-missoni-w-crook-handle-stripe-umbrella-product-Shel Silverstein Umbrella Poem

 

A “Thank You” to http://partnouveau.com/ for the 1st photos of the Puddle jumpers and Shel Silverstein for the ending poem. XO