Things We Loved in 2012

It's that time of year again kittens! Time to reflect profoundly about all your accomplishments and failures of yesteryear. Well, call us superficial, but really this comes down to reflecting upon our various cultural pursuits and surroundings. We present our favs of 2012:

Leather accents: sleeves, skirts, tuxedo style trim, even fake leather sequins; everything goes. Also, still not over the denim shirt look and this year we even adopted patterned styles.

We loved both How to be a Woman by Caitlin Moran and Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn.

After uncertainty in 2011 we caught up with Breaking Bad and Homeland, and stuck faithful during amazing seasons of Mad Men, Dexter. Plus great sophomore seasons of New Girl and Revenge.

Les Misérables, Pitch Perfect, Skyfall, Moonrise Kingdom, Argo and the underappreciated Jesse and Celeste Forever.

Jennifer Lawrence and Joseph Gordon Levitt. These 2 are precious. Also Eddie Redmayne, too cute.

Frank Ocean, Taylor Swift, Mumford and Sons and the Civil Wars.

The Tumblr, The Live at Roseland Concert DVD, performing with Jay-Z at the Barclays Centre, intimately revealing her private life through Instagram. We thank her greatly for the aforementioned, but it is still not enough.

Harper Beckham, Baby Blue, and of course the fictional Baby Sybbie.

J. Crew lands in Canada! We snatched up blazers, boots and sweaters. And our dream swiftly became to live in a J. Crew catalogue.

Songza, Timeplay and Rocket Man, if you're not using these, you straight up cray.

Lauren took a Royal tour of Scotland and England (of course, it was the Jubilee year after all) and Caitlin visited her fantasy homelands of the Netherlands and Belgium; impressing locals with her language skills, but not with her footwear selection.

We each ventured out west this year to the ever-alluring Vancouver (impressed by the amount of Mexican cuisine available) as well as the not so alluring Winnipeg (not so impressed with the artic-like climate but made it onto the news!). Both experiences made us feel more in touch with our Canadian brethren.

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