Weekend Reading, 10.3.20.

Weekend Reading 10.3.20
jeans // sweater

Happy weekend! Carter snapped this pic and though it’s blurry I really like it and it feels very symbolic of how the past few weeks have been moving. I have a lot of fun things to share with you coming down the pipeline but for now I am having a pretty low key weekend. Today my friend is driving me to an art gallery in New Jersey to see Catherine Howe’s latest show (Catherine is one of my favorite artists, I begged my friend to drive us as my birthday present and have been excited about this for WEEKS!), and tomorrow I have a photo shoot during the day and then Becca is cooking dinner but otherwise that’s it!

I linked to it below but I’m really excited to watch Emily in Paris on Netflix… it sounds like the perfect little escape and right up my alley. Whatever you’re up to, I hope it’s great! XOXO

Weekend Reading 10.3.20

My Amazon Drop collection launches SO SOON – sign up here to get SMS or email updates the minute it launches.

Becca and I shared some book pics on Katie’s podcast, Boob Sweat.

The sleeves on this H&M sweater are everything (and I love that they used an older model).

I will probably be spending my weekend watching Emily in Paris.

Loved this interview with Tiffany D. Jackson. My review of Grown will be in my reading list next week but I loved it!

This hoodie looks so soft, and I love the muted colors.

Underrated thrillers!

Target does it again! Love this pretty midi dress… same goes for this cozy looking sweater dress.

Jess’s “get dressed, stay home” initiative is such a smart idea!

The best political podcasts to help you navigate the election.

I bought this pretty blouse in two colors (the mint green and the blue) and it’s so pretty – fab tucked into jeans! (I take a medium.)

How to deal with 2020.

Oh wow, this Brooklyn Brownstone is a DREAM… especially that green and white striped room.

Oh I LOVE this fuzzy little sweater.

Agree with this:

Give Nancy Meyers an Oscar!

I really like the stripes on this face mask.

Super smart meal prep tips.

Reset from stress in five minutes.

I got these jeans from Veronica Beard this week and they are PERFECT.

On getting the perfect at-home blowout.

This blazer/coat is so chic and a great price point.

Early street style.

Oh I am excited for Emma Roberts’ holiday Rom Com!

Have been living in this cozy striped sweater. They restocked the cream/navy which is what I have.

Still one of my favorite newsletters re: habits and productivity.

This black and white Madewell midi dress is just a dreammm.

New York is opening for (limited) indoor dining. I related to this article about the fear of the indoors and am not planning on doing it just yet. Too nervous!

All the details about the Saved by the Bell reboot.

Such a cute, breezy $20 dress. Perfect on its own now, or with tights and booties later.

Misconceptions about the enneagram.

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photo by Carter Fish.

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  1. Kassie says 10.3.20

    Obsessed with the early street style pics! Inspiring me to be more glam.

  2. Marty says 10.3.20

    I started watching “Emily in Paris” last night. So cute and you are right … the perfect distraction after a stressful week. I love all the clothes … and of course, seeing Paris!

  3. Hope you have a great weekend, Grace! 🙂

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  4. Danielle says 10.4.20

    So many great things, I have loved clicking through this!

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  5. Kayla says 10.4.20

    I just bought that dress from Madewell and wore it yesterday. I’m obsessed!

  6. Kate says 10.4.20

    Love the Nancy Meyers article! Thank you for another great list!

  7. Kelsey M says 10.4.20

    I just binged all of Emily in Paris last night! The show has absolutely no depth whatsoever and somehow none of the characters are all that likeable? Or even all that realistic for that matter. But it’s still such a fun, happy little show to escape into! I thoroughly enjoyed it. Makes me wish we were allowed to travel to Paris though!

    • grace at the stripe says 10.5.20

      Hahahah yes I completely agree. I watched the entire thing on Saturday and didn’t love it but enjoyed the clothes and the escapism.

  8. Jess S says 10.25.20

    Hi Grace! Would you consider doing a newsletter round-up style post? I love the things you pull together and I feel like you have a wealth of great follows. And of course, I love yours!