A little vanity project. When I was a kid and we went to a fair or the mall and there'd be bookmarks or key chains or whatev with kids names on them, well, as you can imagine there was NEVER a Margot. So now I get a little thrill when I find products named Margot. I found some cute stuff today named Margot. And, while I am quite possessive of my silent T (ever want to get on my bad side, leave out the T), I have included a few sans-T entries just 'cause I'm feeling generous. In grade 1 I considered asking my parents to change the spelling to Margaux, so there are a couple of those here, too. Have you ever searched for stuff with your name?
Margot from Maxwell Fabrics-- perfect for my future dream beach house.
Danica's Margot collection. Gotta say, never liked florals printed on a black ground but do like the retro feel.
SO FUN and Sooo Lily Pulitzer. Find the whole Margot collection by Anna Griffin here. And best of all, here's the blurb to describe it: The Margot Collection is a beautiful combination of breezy blooms and tropical motifs in two color ways: aqua blue with light lavender paisleys, fancy turquoise and rosy pink swirls with green foliage and tangy orange accents. Adorable when paired, the all-over, prepster patterns of fun flip-flops and tiny turtles are a true expression of Margot's playful personality.
"Prepster patterns...a true expression of Margot's playful personality." I blush...
Crate & Barrel's Margo plate, appeals to my leaf-loving earthy side.
The Margot glasses case from the cool cats at Hayden-Harnett, makers of it bags of the moment plus a cool collection for Target.
Kohler's Margaux faucet.
And speaking of faucets, there's a whole faucet company on France called Margot. Visit them here. Here's one of their faucets:
et enfin, les vins. sadly, the year of my birth was apparently a terrible year for this wine. hopefully I will age better.....