Check This Out: Our Spring Stationery Pick

Keeping the postal service in business one card at a time.

Image via The Atelier.

Image via The Atelier.

Remember back in February when we blogged about Nicole Miller’s stationery collaboration with local illustrator Melissa Noucas? Well, Noucas is back at it again with the debut of her new collection, and it’s pretty amazing.


Noucas's new designs include spring-appropriate patterns like ombré, palm tree leaves, and more darling fashion illustrations. They're basically the chicest way to keep in touch this spring (no matter how cute your iPhone case is).

And here's a fun tip we learned from Noucas: Try adding your Twitter handle rather than a monogram for the personalization option. It's an added way to stay in the loop once your card is sealed, postmarked, and delivered—taking stationery into the tech age.

How spring-perfect are those palm trees?

How spring-perfect are those palm trees?

This design has just enough open space for a heartfelt 'thank you'.

This design has just enough open space for a heartfelt 'thank you'.

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