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Editors Pick: Thunderbird Couch
This weeks selection is a daring, yet standout addition to any home. The original Flexsteel Thunderbird Couch is a brazen tone of avocado green — a midcentury find from 1965.
Bid on this couch here at the original listing on eBay.
(Image: Courtesy of eBay Seller Toothlessruthless)
I Spy: Green Glass
What better way to brighten up your white space than with these green bottles? In keeping with the natural vibe of the hanging indoor plants, these are a great way to introduce color into your home, wherever you decide to place them. Click here to see the vintage green glass bottles currently available on eBay.
Anyone who ever complains that nothing great came out of the ’70s should be promptly shown this car, a 1972 BMW 3.0CS, and change their tune immediately. One of only 1,172 produced, this emerald beauty is a real gem. It’s currently available on eBay. Click here to see it.
(Photo courtesy of eBay seller carsschmitt.com. Text by Jenny Bahn)
Insta-Peep-O-Gram: Costume Jewelry
"Shourouk, shourouk, shourouk is on fire," Claire Distenfeld of NYC boutique Five Story quips on her Instagram feed. On fire, indeed. This perfectly over-the-top necklace from Paris-based magic maker goes perfectly with its matching embellished baseball cap. And you thought the only way to chicly dress down your outfit was to put a pair of Nikes with your fancy little outfit.
Looking to add some Shourouk to your wardrobe? Click here to see the bounty currently available on eBay.
(Photo courtesy of @claire_fivestory via Instagram. Text by Jenny Bahn)
Prism: Our New Favorite Swimsuits
Prism hit the nail on the head this time at NYFW, with models decked out in emerald, tangerine, and cream suits. This leather getup might not be water-ready, but we’re willing to let that slide.
(Photo courtesy of Bryant Eslava. Text by Jenny Bahn)
Femme Green Palettes seen at Tory Burch SS2014, New York Fashion Week. It’s a color she does well, with varying hues, as seen within green vintage Tory items on eBay.
(Photo: Marcus Tondo, Indigital Images, courtesy of Style.com. Text: Jauretsi)