Today I am so pleased to share this interview with Catherine from Wolf Eyebrows. Her blog is a wonderland of unique finds from all around the internet. She shares aesthetically pleasing pictures and posts on fashion and food, interiors and illustration, art and architecture! And it’s always interesting and beautiful. Today Catherine shares her answers to my short and sweet questions. Keep reading to find out more….
I majored in English literature in university so my reading habits are rather broad and eclectic. At the moment I am reading the Marriage Plot by Jeffrey Eugenides. But I love the work of Siri Hustvedt, Paul Auster and Haruki Murakami.
A yew rustic board from Herriot Grace – I love the work of Nikole Herriot and her father. They make beautifully crafted wooden objects.
Stubbs & Wootton slipper-style loafers – I’ve been wanting a pair of embrodiered loafers for awhile now, Stubbs and Wootton make particularly nice ones
I Want My Hat Back by Jon Klassen – this is one of the coolest childrens books I have seen in a long time. I am an avid collector of childrens books so I would love to add this book to my collection
A trip to Oregon – I’ve been to the US before but didn’t have much time to explore. I’d love to visit the Oregon coast, it looks pretty magical.
Cat print dress by Leah Goren – nothing like a cute cat print to make the day better.
Plenty by Yotam Ottolenghi – Being a vegetarian means you have to be more inventive than most. This vegetarian cookbook comes highly recommended.
My personal style is rather hard to pin down because it changes a lot. I’m not a very flashy dresser but I do appreciate good tailoring and aesthetics. I’ve always been a tom-boy but I do have moments of femininity (every girl must have a pretty dress). My everyday style is more masculine. An average outfit would be a bright tailored jacket, a simple shirt with a great collar, skinny-leg jeans and lace-up leather boots.
More balance – I have a rather obsessive personality which makes balancing work, my blog, health, personal and social life rather difficult.
Thank you so much Catherine for taking part! I am also a HUGE fan of children’s books and have a collection of my own – would love to see your collection tho! (maybe it’s a Catherine/ Kathryn thing!)
Images (and cool collages): Catherine Green