Weekend Reading | 2.8.20.

Weekend Reading | 2.8.20

Happy weekend. I’m sticking around this weekend and am very excited about thatasaaaaa. I have my friend’s fashion week party tonight but otherwise the plan is to introvert and lay LOW! I have friends visiting all of next week so am just gonna revel in a bit of alone time… and yoga… and READING…. still feeling not so great about how little I read in January! Whatever you’re up to, I hope it’s great. And stay warm – yesterday was FREEZING. xoxo

Weekend Reading | 2.8.20

Helpful advice for understanding the Instagram algorithm!

These $25 sunglasses look designer.

Kinda love that Tanya Taylor skipped fashion week and created a comedy series instead.

This apartment (and the cats) is just beautiful.

Was influenced by Instagram: scooped up these crystal ear cuffs; they look like fine jewelry!

Really powerful: How Taylor Swift’s eating disorder reveal in Miss Americana helped this author come to terms with her own.

A really pretty date night top for just $25.

I haven’t gotten this feature yet but Instagram is making it easier to organize who you follow!

This is excellent makeup advice. (I learned a thing or two!)

This is the perfect bodysuit, in case you were wondering.

On first time Botox.

These classic wash jeans fit really well and are only $50!

The secret to a good hair day!

I loved Krystal’s Grand Central shoot.

This headband is actual jewelry for your hair; I could not love it more (especially when I don’t feel like washing my hair – it’s fab with a low bun!!!)

Suuuuuper intrigued by this lip treatment – have seen it in several places now – I ordered it last night and will report back.

Still obsessed with this cookbook.

These corgi movie posters are amazing!

Love this delicious idea for what to do with your leftover cheese.

The CUTEST puff sleeve top – just size up a size or two (I take a large and it’s snug!)

10 fun date ideas!

More Fun Finds

Madewell makes the most perfect button downs. I surely need this one.

Victoria Beckham + Augustinus Bader launched a new serum. I haven’t pulled the trigger yet (testing a lot of stuff right now) but am planning to!

ZOMG Hamilton the MOVIE!

Love the look of this cozy chevron sweater.

Did you see Michelin’s new sustainability code?

Louis Vuitton’s new cafe in Osaka looks insane.

Viola Davis to play Michelle Obama – this is the most amazing TV news ever!

Such a cute tie-dye sweatshirt!

What shopping like a plus size person is really like. (Still need to watch the new season of Shrill!)

A splurge for sure, but I I can’t stop thinking about this dress!

5 cool winter outfits.

I want to try this muscle relief cream – sounds too good to be true!

These holographic slides would be so fun for a trip.

Read these! 14 books by women of color.

Photography by Carter Fish.

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  1. Lisa Autumn says 2.8.20

    Happy weekend lovely!

    Lisa | lisaautumn.com

  2. A fashion party sounds exciting, hope you have fun! And you totally did not read little compared to me – I read a total of zero books in January, haha! Have a great weekend! ❤️✨

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  3. Jenn Lake says 2.8.20

    Hope you have a wonderfully relaxing weekend, friend!

  4. KAT TANITA says 2.8.20

    Thank you for including me in your roundup Grace!!! Enjoy your weekend!!!!

    XOXO

  5. Theodora says 2.8.20

    Is that headband uncomfortable at all?

  6. Nykia says 2.9.20

    No need to reply Grace. Thanks for the info about LV cafe in Osaka ❤️ more excited to go back to Japan now.

  7. mary says 2.10.20

    I am reading “Inside Out” by Demi Moore. It’s part juicy memoir mixed with an exploration of what it means to be first a very young woman, then a middle-aged woman in a changing Hollywood landscape. There’s a lot about her dysfunctional family upbringing, body dysmorphia and gaining emotional intelligence over the years. It’s not poetry, but it’s an interesting read.

  8. Lisa says 2.12.20

    Hi Grace! I adore you, and to me, you can do absolutely no wrong, BUT just wanted to chime in here with my two cents with your use of the word introvert lately. I’ve noticed you been using that word “loosely” and as a verb lately, i.e., “I have my friend’s fashion week party tonight but otherwise the plan is to introvert and lay LOW!” and personally, I think it it undermines the true essence of what it means to be introverted, if that makes sense. (My understanding is that people can vary along a scale of introversion and extroversion with some people leaning more towards one end or another.) After attending a party and being with people, I think it’s fairly normal/common to want to lay low and have your own time to recharge, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re introverted. (Not saying you AREN’T but just being aware of how we’re using the word!) Some food for thought 🙂