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Good afternoon! I’m finally trying to lounge this flu away after working a half day. Luckily, my fever was down this morning and didn’t start to climb back up until after my final obligation for the day. Given my current condition, I’m really into relaxing tones.

I was planning on doing a neutral palette for today’s tea party because I picked up this beautiful teapot on clearance at Pier 1 on Monday.

Most of my teapot collection is vintage — except for one elephant teapot that’s from the Calypso St. Barth for Target collection — but this Sahara Teapot really caught my eye. It has such elegant lines and coloring and I love that the lid doesn’t have a stem. So today’s neutral palette is inspired by my new teapot and features the color peach!


Indian Vintage Peach Saree U…

$21.99

Eckert’s Peach Crate

$16.00

Lucite Flower Necklace, Flow…

$112.00

Filigree Ring Apricot Peach …

$0.20

Vintage Set of 2 Peach Glass…

$7.99

Vintage 70s Coral Jewelry Bo…

$19.75

Vintage Light Pink Peach Cer…

$35.00

PREORDER helloberry Bracelet…

$25.00

Pink Peach Chiffon Fabric Fl…

$12.00

I love the peach sari. Etsy, it turns out, is swimming with beautiful saris and they seem to range between $18 – $25. That’s not an unaffordable price when you consider how expensive retail scarves seem to be these days.

I can’t get enough of the light pink peach ceramic vase. It’s a gorgeous color and appears to be in great condition.

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