Tag Archive: Comfort

Comfy pewter flats with bedazzled bows on the toes and elastic on the back so they’ll stay on our feet better – that’s four reasons to purchase right there, no? We’ve even already started compiling a mental list of outfits to wear ’em with, which is always a good sign that we won’t buy them & then they’ll languish, unworn, in our closets. We just plain like these versatile, girly shoes and would like to buy them as soon as next payday hits and we have enough extra cash in our bank accounts. Available at piperlime.gap.com for only 75$

You could keep your baby warm all winter long by swaddling her in a blanket in the safety of a stroller or you could smother it to death while harnessing it to your chest in the Peekaru ($80), a fleece-based medical experiment gone bad. Yes, it looks comfortable as hell for the baby, almost womb-like. Available at togetherbe.com

Cold, grey dreary days call for a pop of color and warmth. Nanette Lepore answers the call with this Provocative Coat . Of course, the name makes us think we should wear it with only skimpy lingerie underneath it, which completely defeats the purpose of staying warm…though it would add something exciting to wintery afternoons. Available at Piperlime for $528

Obsessed with finding a bag that’s the absolute perfect size? This Wang design fits that description to a T. On the average day, you may carry your keys with a card holder attached, phone and iPod, at least one pair of sunglasses, a mini umbrella and a flat billfold. And at 10 inches wide, all of that stuff would fit in this little bag comfortably. It’s a tad boxy, but not unattractively so, and that gives it the depth necessary to carry more than keys and a phone. Put this little crossbody at the top of your  list for fall. Buy through Neiman Marcus for $680.

According to Charles Eames, the vision was a chair with the “warm, receptive look of a well-used first baseman’s mitt.” Now that’s a mitt we’d like to crawl into… day after day!

Imagine resting your bones on a piece of furniture designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller – now that’s luxe! The Eames® Lounge and Ottoman ($3899-6100) has been in continuous production since 1956. Hand-assembled, it’s made of molded plywood, die-cast aluminum with adjustable stainless steel glides, and the highest quality leather.

Why should the little ones have all the fun?!

Ambajam makes the softest blankets around, helping make any travel journey easier. Each colorful blanket will remind your baby of his home – he can cuddle with the Mini Cuddle, Cuddle-Up Blanket or Jumbo Cuddle.

These are available in Ambajam at 82$