Etsy and my new favorite things

Etsy is one of my favorite websites to shop — y’all already know this. And it’s been awhile since I’ve shared some of my favorite Etsy finds, so I figured I’d do a quick roundup!


Okay so here are the details on my favorite Etsy finds at the moment,
from left to right, top to bottom –

This Sweet Grapefruit & Mint candle smells AMAZING. I love a good clean, citrusy-but-not-too-sweet scent and this one is delicious. It almost reminds me of those amazing volcano candles from Anthropologie (but it won’t set you back nearly as much). They also gave me a coupon code (ALISON10) to share with y’all for 10% off your purchase. The best part is that it’s made right in NYC by an amazing female couple who donate a portion of their proceeds each month to the Sylvia Rivera Law Project

This ‘Not Today’ T-shirt is exactly what I need every morning while walking down the sidewalk in NYC to keep people away from me 🙂 only half kidding. It was designed by a super talented mama in Michigan. 

These Blue Chalcedony Earrings are so pretty and so dainty, but what a powerful and beautiful stone and an unexpected pop of color.  Chalcedony is believed to remove sadness, self doubt and build self confidence in the wearer. Who doesn’t need that?! I know I could use that kind of energy.

This set of three Mini Concrete Planters are exactly what I need to get for my work space, to give it a little color and life. How adorable are they? I want to get them and then get some succulents. Or maybe a cactus. Something that’s really hard to kill, because I love plants but I don’t exactly have a green thumb. Anyone have any hearty plant recommendations?

This Ribbed Knit Infinity Scarf is in hands-down my favorite color of the season. I don’t know if it’s mustard or marigold or goldenrod, but all of a sudden I find myself drawn to these golden yellows, and I am not normally a fan of yellow! I feel like this color would work with so many other fall hues, too — hunter green, cranberry, navy, etc. 

This Hand-Embroidered T-shirt has a mimosa flower on it, which I’m pretty sure means it’s the perfect t-shirt for Sunday brunch. For something like a simple gray t-shirt, it’s really nice to have a special little detail that just elevates your outfit a little. 

This Pink Opal Necklace is just my latest obsession from Etymology Jewelry designer Natalie. Her pieces are handmade in Brooklyn and the stones she uses have such amazing color and life to them — the photos don’t even do them justice. So pretty and perfect for fall.

This pair of North Star and Moon Huggie Hoops are so simple and chic. Huggie hoops are everywhere right now, and I love that this pair is mismatched … you could even split them up and only wear one at a time, mixed with other hoops and studs in your collection! They might just make you want to add a few more ear piercings 🙂 just a warning. 

PS – you can check out the rest of my favorite Etsy finds right here