Kate Spade New York is a brand that I've been besotted with since my last trip to the US in 2014 but despite swooning at so many of the pieces that I found both in the dedicated Kate Spade stores and some of the big American department stores, I left the US with nothing. And when I got home I quickly found out that it was near impossible to locate some of the pieces that I found when I was in the US and the ones that I could find were double or triple the price. I basically gave up all hope of treating myself to some Kate Spade pieces, particularly from the brilliant stationery section, that was until I clicked onto Amara.com.
Basically if you've been looking for Kate Spade New York, specifically their stationery or homeware pieces, you'll find them all on Amara.com. I picked up two pink pieces as a little pre-Christmas treat to me from me.
Let's just say that the Kate Spade 'Eat Cake For Breakfast' mantra is one that I can certainly get on board with. In the last month or so I've been drinking a lot more water and orange juice than ever before and that's definitely something that I want to carry into the New Year. So if your New Year's resolution is to drink more water, investing in a tumbler like this might be a wise choice. It's also insulated so you can carry your hot drinks in style this Winter too.
Then I spotted the This Just In Medium Notebook. I've recently bought a couple of notebooks, all from TK Maxx, which are gorgeous but just a bit too large to carry around with me on a daily basis so this one will be perfect for doing just that. It's also a gorgeous shade of pink and I simply adore the 'This Just In' gold etching.
And the gold detailing is carried through to the inside of the notebook as well. For me this is exactly what I think of when it comes to Kate Spade New York stationery and it just makes me smile every time that I open the notebook up. Am I the only one who gets a little bit too happy when they get or find new stationery?
What do you think of the two pieces in today's post? Are you a fan of the Kate Spade New York design aesthetic? And which pieces from Amara.com, Kate Spade related or not, do you like the look of?
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