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San Francisco-based TOKYObay's latest lookbook, entitled "Domestic Goddess," has us inspired to go back to a simpler time when we wore watches instead of relying on a device we need to dig out of our handbags and also tells us we have 347 unread emails—a time when we had time for baking cookies. "There is a certain romance with having the time to bake and be creative in the kitchen," TOKYObay designer Dory Isaacs told Racked SF. "We wanted an element of relaxed femininity and playfulness that this theme seemed perfect for. ...Time is also an integral part of baking—both in creating something, but also in taking the time out for oneself to get inspired." And as any domestic goddess knows, being on time to pick up the kids or remove a culinary masterpiece from the oven is just as important as any CEO's calendar.
Check out all the images in our gallery to see the lovely timepieces and their accompanying, stackable bracelets alongside colorful kitchen accoutrements. And while you're at it, check out the brand's winter 2013 lookbook featuring one of our favorite SF bloggers, Carlina Harris of Allergic to Vanilla.
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