Saturday, December 15, 2007

New Elle Decor

Thanks to Turquoise Chic for posting the photos of Monique Lhuillier's home from the new January/February 2008 issue of Elle Decor. I'm very jealous that her issue arrived today and it just serves to confirm my theory that my mail carrier has been hijacking my favorite magazines. See why I end up buying them on the newsstand! So until he decides to finally deliver it, I shall keep checking out Turquoise Chic's blog.

7 comments:

Turquoise Chic said...

Ha! Thanks so much for the mention! I'm actually shocked I got my issue this early. I have the same theory about my postman and I am usually the LAST one to receive anything! Can't wait for you to get your copy. I'm sure you'll love it :)

Habitually Chic said...

Turquoise Chic, You are so welcome! I never get my Elle Decor on time which is why I end up buying another copy on the newsstand. But even they didn't have it this weekend. I should probably save it for my upcoming trip so I have something to read on the plane. Maybe it's a good thing it didn't come.

Suzy said...

Yay!! What a beautiful cover, and this time I won't spoil it for myself by reading the post just yet. Now I have something to read on my 10hr flight back home!

Habitually Chic said...

Suzy, I hope you have a lovely holiday at home. My flight is only an hour and a half long but sometimes it feels like 10 ;-)

katiedid said...

Okay - am I the only one out there who closes their eyes to any early spoiler posts about magazines I have not had the chance to get my hands on yet? I really like to get my magazine in the mail, curl up on the sofa and enjoy every article for the first time when I (finally) have it in hand. And is htere some kind of postal conspiracy out there? I always get mine late too!

Habitually Chic said...

Katie, I understand how you feel but I don't think the online photos are the same as flipping through the magazine at home. I glance at them but they don't spoil things for me since I spend more time pouring over the actual magazine. If anything, they get me mad at the Post Office and the publishers for allowing some people to receive theirs early while I'm still waiting.

djellabah said...

Habitually, try reading the literally page-turning online version of the Financial Times's magazine "How to Spend It" ... so fantastic ... and no newsprint gets on your fingers! Go to: http://www.ft.com/howtospendit

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