The Study of Shapes

 
geometry

I was terrible at geometry when I took it in the tenth grade — and I think I also kind of hated it. Looking back now though, I’m not sure why! Geometry is everywhere (quite literally, in fact), and yet one of my favorite places to find it and observe it is when it’s printed on some necessary everyday objects. Here are a few I’ve recently studied:

J.Crew Tippi Sweater with Tile Embroidery | Matt Bernson Gauloise Flat | Club Monaco Bria Dress | Pierre Hardy Clutch | West Elm Metallic Print Glasses | Reiss Rover Jumper

 

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  1. 11.13.13

    that barware is gorgeous!

    Molly {Dreams in HD}
    http://dreamsinhd.blogspot.com/

  2. 11.13.13
    jackie said:

    love those glasses! and those shoes are amazing too.
    — jackie @ jade and oak

  3. 11.13.13

    Loving your selections – especially the glasses and that fab dress!
    bright and beautiful

  4. 11.13.13

    I’m such a fan of refreshing graphic prints on attire — and I scooped up those glasses for a West Elm collaboration I’m doing this week, just couldn’t resist!

  5. 11.13.13
    jillian said:

    loving that sweater! xo jillian – cornflake dreams

  6. 11.14.13
    Bethany said:

    I love geometric prints and designs! Great finds!

  7. 11.14.13
    Rose said:

    I saw those metallic glasses in west elm a few weeks ago and have been dying to get my hands on them ever since!!! So gorg.

  8. 11.16.13
    Toyosi said:

    I hated geometry too! Despite taking it only two years ago, (I’m currently in 11th grade) the only thing I remember is that I had it first period, and my friend would always laugh when we talked about circumscribed shapes.The glasses, shoes, and clutch are adorable. I remember your post from a while back about hexagons, and I’ve been hooked ever since.

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