Monday, September 17, 2012

Dear Babes, I have a new blog

I haven't updated in sometime. In that time, I've realized rattlesnakebabe wasn't relevant to me anymore. Although I have recently rediscovered my love for fashion blogging, my love for rattlesnakebabe has diminished. Check out my new fashion blog, Ellison 405 

It's in the early stages, so keep your eyes open for upcoming posts.

I like new things, don't you?


Thursday, May 24, 2012

Currently Loving: Summer 2012

Trend I: Pastel on pastel/Minimalism/Light Acid wash
Trend II: Pattern on pattern
Not into: asymmetrical skirts & dresses & tops, fedoras, color blocking 
Always into: Leopard print, fancy pants, maxi length, silk, jumpsuits 

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Cordial Weather in the Twinkle of an Eye

I'm ready for the warm weather and spring clouds. Sea foam green is an eminent spring color, it's always been my favorite. As you know, or don't, it's whatever, I haven't posted in a while so you might not, but, I have a fancy pants compulsion. Here's a few gems I adore. 

one-four: zara

One more with my fancy pants compulsion, I can't wait to show you the pants I plan on purchasing from Etsy. They're too perf. I would show y'all, but don't want anyone snatching them up first, you understand.

I'm sorry I've abandoned you babes, I won't make neglecting my blog a habit! Which pant/skirt is your favorite? 

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Saturday, November 26, 2011


I've fallen in love with ashaloo, her store is flawless and her taste level is quality. All of her items are a unique feel, and I could see so many great people wearing them. 

How did you get started in jewelry? 
By accident selling in a weekly pop up market in college. I sold vintage clothes & some jewelry I would find from goodwill, estate sales, etc. Then sitting there at my table I started to tweak the chains I found and eventually my little market table became all jewelry & accessories! It was the go to spot on campus for jewelry which was fun. Girls would come to the table with a specific idea or outfit in mind & I would create custom designs for them. Then after college I worked as a bench jewelry for a boutique in nyc & interned at nine west. And then was able to luckily sustain myself with my own designs! 

What's your inspiration?
I get inspired by a lot of tribal/ethnic pieces. I also love scouting for vintage chain and findings so many times it is the materials themselves that inspire pieces. Also people on the streets walking around in nyc and how they layer their jewelry is always interesting. Also music helps me work quickly. There isn't a day when I am working & music is not playing the background. Lately I've really been into Ben Howard when I need mellow/soothing & Tame Impala when I want fun/psychedelic jams.

What are you future goals in jewelry?
Keep expanding the line and one day soon to open a shop with in house studio in the back and venture into a couple other categories of merchandise as well. 

Who are you favorite designers?
Dries Van Noten, Proenza Schouler, Chloe

Favorite Etsy Shops: 
I love looking through home goods mostly when I am shopping for myself :)