Tuesday, September 7, 2010


Bodkin may have made the most perfect sweater ever.
I don't care if it's still warm outside, it makes me so excited for cold weather to hurry up and get here. Bodkin took the best elements of an oversized sweater and added details that are interesting without being overly designed and distracting. I would like to think they had these things pinned up on their inspiration board:
I also really love that they posted an ode to Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010) on their blog. She's one of my favorite artists of all time because she made the most amazingly creepy artworks appear uniquely feminine. Bodkin's philosophy seems to follow suit with their subtly unexpected details and thoughtful approach to women's clothing.


Miss M said...

oooh this sweater looks ridiculously comfortable, i love the texture.
Miss M

Zoe said...

You have these cool looking rings on some of your blog posts that are connectore rings, I think? they are simple little bands and they connect to another finger but don't go down all the way? Are these the models? I want to buy a ring like that SOOO bad, can you please tell me what it is?

Júlia Vilà Rosell said...

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Heather said...

Zoe! We do have those rings.. they'll be up on the site in about 2 weeks!


Camila F. said...

Soooo pretty! I love it too!

bravegrrl said...

i love that sweater! i missed out on the small :( will you guys be getting more?

i also might just have to get that bodysuit!


Anonymous said...

yeah..will you be getting more sweaters? I missed out on a medium! I agree with Zoe, those rings are awesome, who makes them? I will def. be buying one when they come in.

Dylana Suarez said...

That sweater really does look perfect!

Just came across your blog! :)


Malu Rivero said...

So interesthing blog!
I tweet you and put you in my blogslist no doubt!


Secondhand Society said...

love the sweater.

Heather said...

Sorry for those of you who missed out on the sweater.. unfortunately Bodkin isn't making more. We'll let you know if that changes.