Built to Last

This weekend I was lucky enough to stumble across a clip for the documentary O'Mast by Gianluca Migliarotti, which highlighted a group of Neoplolitan tailors and the story of their trade. Watching the footage of these craftsman , I couldn't help but hope that somehow we could go back in time to when society had craftsman for every product and trade.

Being the eternal optimist that I am, I  believe that we are starting to see the deficit caused  by replacing quality with convenience as we see an emerging culture of young artisans emerging into the mainstream.

In the meantime, take a look at the link below and tell me what you think. Will we see a resurgence of  artisan appreciation in consumers in the near future ? Also, check back tomorrow for a special on artisanal foods ..with pics ! xo

O'MAST from Kid Dandy on Vimeo.

Simply Living Simple

Welcome to Whippersnapper ! We created this blog in the hopes of providing tips on simplifying your life, without compromising the fabulous. Leonardo DaVinci stated that "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication" and he was a genius so he must have been on to something, right? Right.

Creating a simply fabulous simple life is much easier than you think, and ultimately brimming with rewards. For example, by starting a small garden you can monitor your own food source and create fantastically fresh meals for next to nothing, even if its just a small window sill herb garden.

Lately buzzwords like "Sustainable Fashion" and "Thriftonista" have been working their way into glossy fashion mags and there is a good reason for that.  With the pace of life being as it is ,we tend to go through our wardrobes as if they are disposable leaving a dent in our wallets as well as creating extra waste. Here we will providing tips for hunting down amazing thrifted goods to get a million dollar look for under ten bucks , as well as tricks to style and care for your wardrobe to give it a long life without looking like last seasons leftovers.

We look forward to creating a community and place for your to learn and share tips from harvesting your own tea garden, to restoring curbside furniture into timeless accent pieces and everything in between ! Visit us daily and remember simply fabulous living is about to get fabulously simple !  ♥