Thursday, August 5, 2010

"Art on the Green" in Coeur D' Alene, Idaho

While in Idaho, Meggasus and I had one of those days that unexpectedly turned into one of the best days of our lives. It was simple yet wonderful... First, we were woken up to music being played throughout the gorgeous lake house we were staying in and to the smell of french toast and bacon... just to set the scene, take a look at the kitchen table and those beatiful windows with a view!


Quite picturesque... no?

After we enjoyed a relaxing breakfast with our friends, we headed off the an event called "Art on the Green," which takes place annually in Coeur d' Alene on Sherman Ave. Meggasus and I had no idea what to expect... It turns out it was basically our ideal shopping day. Vendors selling all types of eccentric jewelry, clothing, furniture and basically anything else you could think of, lined the entire street (It was a very long street) and filled a nearby park. Meggasus and I ended up being separated from our group of friends because we spent too much time looking at almost every stand searching for unique pieces.... We took some pictures to share with you some of our favorite finds!

We noticed that indian inspired/ chunky tribal jewelry was a huge trend among the vendors...

I absolutely fell in love with this teal necklace!
(Oh yeah and I randomly bleached my hair blond the day before... just in case you were shocked by the hair!)




See what we mean by tribal? We both adored the previous necklace with the blue stone, bamboo, and gold was a very unique combination! and a good deal too... 2 for twenty!

You think that deal was good...check out these rings! 2 for 5 dollars! If you have an "edgy" style, these are perfect!

Eye spy the ring with warriors shooting bows and arrows on it.... That's the one I bought ;)
(it may be difficult to see, sorry for the terrible quality)

I also "splurged" on this epic ring shown below which was included in the deal hahaa

Last but not least, take a look at the geek chic shades Meggasus bought!

To top off our wonderful day of shopping, we were practically bombarded with free ice cream on our way back to the car. When we asked what the catch was, they told us there was none! Now THAT'S a perfect day!

xx Katie-Lu


Luci Ana said...

beautiful pictures :)

Vintage Vixen said...

That sounds like a dream shopping trip for me too, you can't beat a bit of tribal jewellery. xxx

Tanvi said...

A perfect day indeed! :) Love that teal necklace!

Fashion Queen said...

I love these pictures. The necklace is wonderful.
Funny that you also study communication. Thanks for your comment on my blog.
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├×omeline said...

That first picture makes me so anxious for trip to my cottage in a couple of weeks! Glad to see you girls had a good time :) Think you could email me that cream cheese brownie recipe? It sounds yummy!

ilsteviewonder said...

Really pretty necklaces and things! Love it :)

Dusk said...

Gorgeous jewelry and what a wonderful day you both had!!!

That ring is to sigh for.... love all the colours... that teal necklace, gorgeous against your (new!) colouring. I love markets/fairs like these!

Piper (DailyDivaDish) said...

That sounds like the perfect day! And I love all that chunky idea of heaven!
XO Piper

fashion clocked said...

Hey gorgeous girlies! This day sounds like a total dream! In love with the black necklace with the huge turquoise bits hanging from it! Everything you purchased is gorgeous and would love to see another blonde hair pic! Hope you two are having an awesome summer!call by sometime! fashion clocked Katie.xx

Grit and Glamour said...

Hello! Thank you for stopping by G&G!

♥ V

ZombieLace said...

Sounds like my perfect vacation! Good mix of nature and industry :)

La Feem said...

Love the bamboo necklace, glad you had such a great trip!

Melissa said...

That really does sound like a perfect day! Love the pictures <3

xx, Melissa

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indigotangerine said...

I love days that are rather unexceptional but still somehow perfect. When everything just seems BETTER than usual. I love street fairs, I think thats where I get the majority of my jewlery.

Sarah @ Pandora's Box said...

LOVE those little bags. Looks like a seriously awesome adventure!

Sassi said...

great pics. love the whole jewelery!

The October Issue said...

the blue necklace is fun and so are the sunnies!