It sifts from leaden sieves,
It powders all the wood,
It fills with alabaster wool
The wrinkles of the road.
It makes an even face
Of mountain and of plain, —
Unbroken forehead from the east
Unto the east again.
This poem of Emily Dickinson describes the snow that falls (‘sifts’) from the dark gray clouds in the sky (‘leaden sieves’). What a beautiful way to say: IT’S F****** COLD OUTSIDE!
So let’s get warm with our beautiful shawls and scarfs, they spent all summer inside your closet and now they want to go out for a ride, so we are going to give them the place they deserve. Why not decorate them a little?
I want to introduce you my last shawl kilt pin collection.
The Mabon kilt pin, totally inspired by the Autumn colors. 50% pagan Celtic tradition 50% Central Asia.
The serenity blue kilt pin, perfect with a black shawl and your best pair of broken jeans.
The Wiccan kilt pin: Marie Lenormand was a 19th century, a Parisian fortune teller whose powers to tell the future were so profound that she was called the “The Sibyl of the Faubourg Saint-Germain.” Madam Lenormand was consulted by thousands of Europe’s most influential people.
This brooch is inspired by her to celebrate the Power of Female intuition.
No earthly reason not to use a tassel brooch like the next one at all times. It was created inspired by the African splendor from the North to the South, from the East to the West.
This star kilt pin is so cool it will force you to choose your outfit and hairstyle according to it. My suggestion? Try them with your best leather jacket and a boho ponytail or bandana pin up updo.
Are you a shawl pin woman? I love to wear these kind of pieces. Why not pervade everything around you with the style you like? I’m sure they need a touch of mysticism. People will look forward to hearing what stories there are behind their hanging amulets.
Enjoy them now with a 15% off, we are on sale until 31st Dec. 2016!