Spring is near, and we’ve got the colors to prove it. From top to bottom, Eunice is wearing the Hardy Moto Jacket in Sage, the Peek Crew Neck Sweater in Wheat, and the Veda Shirt in Tea Rose.
We weren’t quite sure what to call this look. It’s a little sporty, pretty casual. Spasual? No. We’ll call this “the simple three”, and it consists of the Florence Wool Vest, Jogger Pullover, and City Jeggings. Our model was preparing for a day of comfort and lounging in the pullover and jeggings when it got a little chilly in our office (comically 58 degrees), so she threw the fun vest on. Voila!
Happy 2012! We hope you all had a fun and safe time ringing in the new year.
A lot of cool winter gear has arrived at Misha Code including the Lindsey Jacket in army green, shown here with the Striped Minidress and Kirsty Shirt. The neon orange accent gives the jacket just the right amount of coolness and interest without being gimmicky. It’s available now, so check it out!
At first glance, this movie isn’t an obvious candidate for costume recognition. Aside from Ralphie’s well-known pink bunny nightmare and Randy’s tomb of red down, most of the colors, textures, patterns, and especially accessories often go unnoticed and unappreciated. That’s why we’ve decided to select and post some of our favorite looks from the movie here. While there’s some obviously wonderful headgear to smile at, give some special attention to the great coat textures, collars, mittens, and scarves.
Misha Code has officially launched! Thanks to our friends, family, and followers for being so encouraging and cool. Enough chatter. Click, click, click!
Quick! What’s the opposite of a double rainbow? Yeah, we’re tired of that pop culture reference too, but we’re never tired of Mr. Black, Ms. White, and their baby Grey.
P.S. Are you ready for us to launch yet? We’re almost there!