I was so inspired by this lavender and beige teapot on Fab this week that I decided to make it the theme of this week’s treasury. I’m also changing up the graphics for our treasury posts so I hope everyone likes the new style!

1. Mod Trinket Trays or Saucers Lavendar Set of by pollenvintage; 2. Vintage Toothpick or Candle Holder by dayspringcollectible; 3. Butterfly Mobile Purple Lavendar and Silver by ButterflyOrbs; 4. Lavendar Ceramic Cherub Bookends by sherbieherbie; 5. Vintage Abacus Wood and Brass Hop Cheong Tai Made by CalloohCallay; 6. Lavendar Sachets Set of 5 by keeleybehling on Etsy.

I just love those mod trinket trays and the purple candle holder, and the lavender cherubs are so sweet! I couldn’t resist adding the abacus or the lavender sachets. I can almost smell the calming lavender through the screen, can’t you?

7. In the Wheat Field 1950s Beige Flower/Faux Pearl by LittleBirdVtg; 8. Beige Ballet Flat Espadrilles Available in 6 7 8 9 US by tullerie; 9. Sunflower Engagement Ring with White by DownToTheWireDesigns; 10. Vintage 70s KYRA Lavendar Embroidery Top xs s by TwistedMoss; 11. Infinity Scarf in Beige and Cream Lace Stripes by DianasTreasures; 12. Adult Beige Flower Headband Chiffon Lace Flower for by mysweetbee; 13. Infinity Scarf Purple and White Ombre Lavendar by FreshPosey; 14. Ivory barefoot sandals beige crochet nude shoes foot by Lasunka.

When I was in fifth grade, I took a modern dance class and really loved the little leather dance shoes we wore. They were so comfortable and I felt like I could wear them and dance around all day. I’m kind of interested in the barefoot sandals. They’re so pretty and they’d be cute for a party at home with good friends — the kind where you want to wear a pretty dress that looks weird barefoot but you don’t really want to wear shoes.

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