i have an exciting announcement! after possibly years of debate, i am going for it.

Studio Miss Prints

say hello to my new side-hustle: studio miss prints, a small graphic design studio based in Boston, ma.

my aesthetic is clean with a cheeky twist (take a spin around the blog if you’re new!), and i’m so excited to share that i am officially accepting design projects. if you need a logo, business cards, invitations, custom swag, simple websites, or something in between, i’d love to talk!

and in the meantime, follow @studiomissprints over on instagram. cheers to taking a leap! let’s see where this takes me.

Diana Janec

hi again! lately i feel like i’m starting all of my posts this way, but here goes again — it’s been a minute...or a few months.

that’s life right? everything has been really busy, and time never slows down. i spend a lot of time working on my computer and really need a break from screen-time; turning on my computer at home always feels exhausting. but i really miss blogging! and want to commit more time to getting inspired again in this space. so why not start with a post about slides — my summer shoe obsession of 2019. i’m sharing 10 cute options from around the internet, buuut if i had to choose my favorite, it would be the tkees gemma sandals (i own 2 colors, and am plotting buying a third). they are truly perfection.



  1. clear straps — brittany slide / diane von furstenberg

  2. oversized buckle — cult gaia

  3. the perfect flip flop — gemma slide / tkees

  4. leopard espadrilles — loeffler randall

  5. gingham slides — loeffler randall

  6. rope slides — zimmerman

  7. snakeskin slides — mango

  8. red Birkenstocks — valentino x birkenstocks

  9. bight orange slides — kate spade

  10. ric rac sandals — see by chloe


hello friends, and happy monday! i’m writing this post as there is pouring rain, whipping wind, and chilly temps outside — much different from the glorious 60 degree spring weather we’ve been enjoying for the past few days. but here on miss prints, the sun is still shining, the sky is blue, and there are colorful patterns aplenty; aka my spring mood has sprung. a few months ago, i started a new job as a designer and since then have been on a continuous hunt for cool graphic inspiration. i feel like this particular mood-board perfectly captures where my mind has been since December. it’s a mix of the usual suspects like stripes, fruits, and stars, but with a splash of funky typography and color that has been catching my eye. i hope you enjoy!



february went by soquickly and now it’s already mid-march — what! the last six weeks were a complete blur. overall february was a good month, ending with an impromptu weekend getaway to new hampshire. the snow was up to our waist, our phones were out of reach, and we made too many bloody marys over three days. it was exactly what i needed. beyond work and my brief technology detox, i’ve been doing p-l-e-n-t-y of window shopping. lots of good things from urban outfitters and lou and grey:


target sells the best candles imho. they smell amazing and come in really cute containers — i almost always buy (or want to buy) a new candle when i’m shopping there. this terrazzo option is especially good. not only is terrazzo very in right now, this is also an inexpensive and low-commitment way to play with this trend.

terrazzo candle / target


i found this website through pinterest and am so tempted to buy something: epherma forever sells vintage magazines like these gorgeous issues of vogue and architectural digest from the 40s and 70s. so cool, right?

1949 vogue + 1975 architectural digest / epherma forever


fancy lawn chair / urban outfitters


abstract clock / west elm


can you believe this wooden lamp is from target? / target


i have a thing for katie kimmel and this sweatshirt is so cute / lou & grey


just a gold cuff covered in diamond charms (for a cool $12k lolol) / 1stdibs


moroccan rug / urban outfitters


the color of this velvet sofa is very good / also from urban outfitters


who knew i needed a banana catch-all dish / urban outfitters


this would be perfect for work: the new 12 hour tote / lou & grey


boob mug because #girlpower / urban outfitters


the cutest basket bag! i want this for summer / loeffler randall


man oh man — this one is an absolute gem.



maude-smith-home @themissprints

say hello to this vibrant setting: home to london based stylist, maude smith, and a flawless representation of my dream cottage. there’s so much goodness going on here! persian rugs, paper birds flying from a bedroom ceiling, strong wooden furniture, worn in floral armchairs, and wacky kitchen cabinets covered in seashells and wine corks — it’s all tucked inside this cozy townhouse.


the bathroom’s hand painted tile is definitely my favorite part of the house. seriously, i found myself googling where to buy bug tiles because they’re incredible. i love that each tile is a little different and imperfect, and that maude chose to pair them with vintage fixtures in mixed metals.


i’m also obsessed with the rich colors — burgundy, gold, royal and eggshell blue — paired with flashes of hand drawn wallpaper and murals. what a cool backdrop for displaying this colorful collection.


smith’s kitchen is an amazing mishmash of corks, seashells, broken china, dried flowers and empty wine bottles. a diy that totally works and (let’s be honest) offers a strong argument for installing seashell cabinets. who knew!


just another sweet corner in the sweetest house. wasn’t this home the cutest? i would probably end my days here reading a book in this floral armchair. i love spaces that use every inch to display memories found along the way, and maude smith’s home does not disappoint. glad i stumbled upon this treasure!

// photo source


after several days of really cold temperatures, i’m ready to trade in my everyday leather boots for a snakeskin pair. nothing personal (i adore those boots) i’m just searching for little ways to brighten up these winter days. you feel me? whenever i feel like i’m wearing the same sweaters every week, i will play with different accessories like bold earrings, or an unexpected purse to switch things up. lately i’ve been on the hunt for a pair of snakeskin boots, a fresh alternative to leopard, and a print i don’t own too much of. these loeffler randall boots are v. luxurious — i would pair them with something more casual like a textured, oversized knit, simple straight jeans and chunky gold earrings. so cute for work or out to sunday brunch.



happy new year! can you believe 2019 is already here, not to mention we’re already a week in?! it’s wild. i started my year with a cold — the too-sick-to-leave-your-house kind — and spent nye on the couch watching a movie marathon with tissues and chinese takeout. thankfully i’m back to feeling myself again, and it feels like 2019 is just about to start. i finally bought a planner (this one from, spent the day prepping healthy meals for the week, and even got a blog post up. so far so good.


i haven’t done a post like this in ages (!) and felt like bringing it back (hopefully) as a regular series. i love the no-print outfit in this post — blue and rust are an amazing combination. buuuut i couldn’t help myself, and added a fun print to spice things up. this beautiful ophelia pang geometric pattern is bright and happy, and totally transforms the look.

look / print


hello! i wanted to share this cool moodboard with you guys — i put this together the night before i started my new job (!!!) and it’s a peek of what i’ve been inspired by over the past week. lately that means mustard with mauve, the square tiles we recently added to our kitchen, and my obvious obsession with 70s decor. this roundup is not quite holiday, but has wintery vibes: silver stars, chanel sheepskin jacket (yes), oversized statement earrings, black strappy sandals, fig tarts, pink hair…all so good:


1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15


ICYMI, LEOPARD IS HAVING A MOMENT. It’s everywhere and it’s awesome. in my humble opinion, the only thing you need to know about leopard is that leopard goes with everything. leopard is made of tones of brown and black, a magical combination that makes it a dream to wear alone as a statement piece, or together with other prints. i like to think of leopard as a pattern neutral: pretty much anything and everything is fair game when pairing patterns with this animal print.


i love the look of leopard worn with plaid (another very forgiving print — they’re basically stripes) as seen here on Tamu McPherson, author of all the pretty birds. Tamu’s laid-back look is bold yet extremely wearable — everyone feels comfy wearing a hoodie of course. she makes wearing head-to-toe print effortless thanks to the colors and shapes she chose to pair: a bright red sweatshirt which tones down the sweetness of the unexpected ruffle pants, and the coat that has an easy silhouette, helping to tie the whole look together. once you get to your destination and take off your faux fur leo coat, you’re left with a very simple outfit.