Archive for January, 2010



Seriously, what’s in that Italian water?

I’d like for all of us to stop for a second and admire the poise, elegance, and style the men of Italy have. It seems that every time I go to The Sartorialist, I see an Italian man looking sharp as ever. Lucky me…

Don’t worry Parisian men-  you’re next!

All photos taken from The Sartorialist

Cherry Blossom Girl

Is anyone as captivated as I am?

How to live like a king.

While skipping around Anthropologie the other day, I was made aware of this beautiful, beautiful book. I’ll be honest in saying that I had kind of forgotten about my encounter with The Private World of Yves Saint Laurent & Pierre Berg, however, I was happily reminded of it by a friend earlier today. Filled with the most inspiring interiors, The Private World of Yves Saint Laurent & Pierre Berg, gives us a look at the eight homes in which Yves Saint Laurent shared with his long time friend and business partner, Pierre Berg. In these lovely houses you’ll find anything from French decor to prominent pantings by Romantic artist. The saddest part? All the houses are now empty. Sad face.

I definitely recommend you all sit down and look through this book over some tea or coffee 🙂

xx Elizabeth

I promised some MET pictures..

A cold day in New York calls for walks….inside. 

My flip

My wonderful aunt Gina bought me a Flip for Christmas and I’ve pretty much been filming everything. Here’s a short minute video I put together really quick in the airport yesterday. Enjoy!

Cloaks and things

I want to share with you guys the beautiful cloak/cape I’ve pretty much stolen from my boyfriend which was designed by his friend and designer Lindsey Thornburg. I’ve fallen in love with just about every one of her patterns and styles and I’m sad I can’t take this one home with me (even though there we be no use for it in Miami.) They’re super warm and are extremely soft.  Go take a look at her site. 


Lazing on a sunny afternoon

Hello lovelies. I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend whether you’re in some tropical island laying under the sun, or a cold city like I am. Sorry for the slow down in posts but honestly- I’ve been lazing it around since I got back from Montreal. While we usually roam the streets of downtown, Nicholas and I decided to go uptown for some MET action and maybe a walk through Central Park. I took some great pictures and will be posting them soon. xx


My name is Elizabeth Jaime and I created In Between Seams in 2009 to share my travels, discoveries, photographs, and adventures with the world. Including posts on anything from fashion to art, In Between Seams is truly where the lovely things are.
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