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J’adore #30

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Since I am traveling today, on my way to Las Vegas for another tour of the annual CES show, I decided to do another J’adore. Funny how there are just as many items to add to my virtual wishlist as during the holiday season. Just enforces my philosophy on holidays, every day is a holiday, a day to live life to its fullest and celebrate. And if that means buying yourself a little something-something just because, then I say go for it!

Here is some fun stuff I found on my recent web travels:

I don’t know about you, but in the wintertime I love wearing dresses and skirts with boots. That’s why I think these tights made for boots from Keylee Sanders (spotted on Joyus) are really cool. The sock part add extra support for cushioning your foot while walking around all day (or night).

keylee-sanders-tights-for-bootsI am a huge fan of A La Carte maps which offers an alternative approach to the boring map, it actually turns into a keepsake when you are done. But I also like maps that are a little more indestructible like these I found on Flight 001. They can get wet and crumpled, as their name suggests and no worries about ruining it! They have “crumpled city maps” for many places including, of course, Paris!

Crumpled-Map-ParisWhen you return from Paris, you’ll want a memento. How about a Parisian paper doll to play with? Spotted on My Little Paris, this little doll from Zoé de Las Cases will keep you busy on a rainy day and you can dress her up in so many très-magnifique ways!

zoe-de-las-cases-dollNo J’adore would be complete without some yummy food items to tempt the belly. I am not a huge fan of sweet popcorns like kettle corn, but something about the combination of Vermont maple syrup and sea salt sounds divine. It is one of the three flavors created by the small-batch popcorn connoisseurs Quinn Popcorn. Also, doesn’t salted caramel and bacon sound like a good combination? I think that should be their next flavor!

quinn-popcornIn the meantime, how about salted caramel with white nougat and dark chocolate? I say, “Yes, please!” Their called La-dee-dahs and they sounds yum-mie!


That’s it for this edition of J’adore, a few my my recent favorite finds as I travel the web!

How about you? What are you currently adoring?

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