Enter 2011 Vogue by teNeues.
It was love at first sight. I know the cream cover will probably get dirty, but what the heck–I like my planners looking like they lived through the year with me. The art in front is actually a Vogue cover, January 1922 by Helen Dryden, who was inspired by Japanese watercolour and art nouveau.
The planner closes with a magnetic flap. Inside the pages are several more Vogue art covers circa 1920s.
Of course, the space for each date isn’t so big, and I had a hard time picking between this and another small planner (from Luxe Monologue) in plain black which had bigger spacing…but I still picked this one even if that was lighter because I’m style over comfort (just look at those artworks!)…except when it’s really painful to lug around. This is still pretty dainty, right?
I can write small if need be.
The back has a small flap where you can insert calling cards and the like:
This can fit easily in any of my bags. It’s smaller than my wallet. I’ll miss being able to draw pictures inside my planner, though, but since I’m still more of a word-person rather than an illustrator, I think I’ll live.
Look how small it is in Pao’s hands:
Vogue 2011 by teNeues. Only P448 at Fully Booked.
There are plenty of other planners in Fully Booked, you might want to check them out. I even found one that has perforated pages that also double as postcards. Cute! I’m pretty happy with mine already, though. I think I’d still want to get a Starbucks 2011 planner, but as a gift for someone this Christmas.
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