So my birthday AND Hanukah both fall out in December – making this month all about me, of course.

Here’s my list of recent fave purchases, along with some items I would love to receive (maybe you would too?)!

Crushed: I’m a wee bit obsessed with scarves, which I blame completely on my scarf-obsessed daughter. I’ve amassed quite the collection, but my hands-down favorite (and the one I get the most compliments on by far) is this one:

lil fox shoppe scarf

It’s from Lil Fox Shoppe and it’s ENORMOUS (8 feet!) – which is exactly what I was looking for. Hand knit, beautifully packaged and a great price for the size, material and quality.

Crushing: I whizzed past Pip-Squeak Chapeau at Renegade Craft Fair last month, but made a mental note to check them out, pronto. I love the mix of luxe materials executed in the most effortless-looking pieces. Very French, I think. I pretty much want everything on the site but am seriously crushing on this shirt:

pip squeak chapeau shirt

Crushed: I’ve had the same watch for years – a chunky men’s metal number – and it was time (sorry) for a change. I still love a large-ish watch, and prefer men’s styles to women’s, but I wanted something more streamlined. I saw this beauty from Daniel Wellington on Hey Natalie Jean’s Instagram feed, and used her discount code (HOLIDAY_HEYNATALIEJEAN) to order!

daniel wellington classic sheffield

Crushing: As I’ve shared, my taste in jewelry runs from minimal to – well, nothing at all. So a simple metal cuff is just my thing. Like these bracelets by Coordinates:

coordinates collection

The clean design incorporates coordinates of your choosing – perfect if you don’t want to go all Angelina on yourself. You could commemorate your birthplace (or that of a loved one), where you got married/engaged/had your first kiss – the possibilities are as endless as they are personal. Onyx & Blush has them, along with about a bajillion other well-priced, unique pieces (you know, if you’re like most normal females who love jewelry….).

Crushed: I know, another bag – but I’ve had my eye on FEED bags for a while now, and what better time than the holidays to make a purchase that also does so much good?

feed number 2 bag

FEED’s mission is to create quality products that help feed the world. A set donation is built into the cost of each product, whose impact is signified by a stenciled number. This bag will provide two children with school meals for one year.

Crushing: Still cursing Ellen for ever introducing me to Forestbound. Oh, do I want one of these bags. Forestbound uses exclusively found and salvaged textiles to create a line of durable, utilitarian tote bags that are like nothing I’ve ever seen. Take this one, for example (sadly, sold out):

forestbound wwii era bag

Worn-in canvas salvaged from a WWII era US military duffel bag has been reworked into a perfect carryall. Printing from the original canvas has been incorporated into the tote, and the variation of color of the fabric is the result of 70+ years of natural wear and aging.

So. Much. Awesomeness.

What’s on your wish list this year?

Want more? Check out  my “Crushed/Crushing” Pinterest board for all of my favorite finds!


  1. annie on December 11, 2014 at 8:55 am

    Love all of your crushes! Especially that duffel bag! Happy birthday Sheri!!

    • sherisilver on December 11, 2014 at 7:33 pm

      Thanks Annie – I know, that duffel bag!

  2. mary on December 11, 2014 at 6:06 pm

    Very good taste Sheri!! Enjoy your crushingly!!

  3. Shalagh Hogan on December 11, 2014 at 11:05 pm

    Well Happy Birthday dear lady and yes yes yes, that last tote is , well maybe not to die for, but to at least suffer for.
    Love to ya’,

    • sherisilver on December 12, 2014 at 6:53 am

      Suffer indeed. 😉 Thank you! xo

  4. Christa on December 28, 2014 at 9:00 pm

    Extra long cozy scarf? Want! Seriously, when that pic of Lenny Kravitz made the rounds and people were laughing I was secretly coveting.

    • sherisilver on December 29, 2014 at 10:35 am

      Right? Only he could carry it off though, duh. xo

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