Weekend Reading, 6.1.24.

Weekend Reading 6.1.24

Happy weekend. This week was busy but so much fun between all of the Spoleto things, my niece’s pre-k graduation, and a party I hosted last night. I am looking forward to a leisurely day today – it’s time to relax a little. I will get back to work and routine on Monday! Whatever you’re up to, I hope it’s great! xx

Weekend Reading, 6.1.24

An incredible Manhattan apartment, filled with salvaged finds. (NY Times – gift link)

Really really cute sneakers.

I’ve been saying this for ages. Gen Z is right about sleep!!!! (Fast Co)

How dreamy is this modernist Charleston home? (AD)

I can’t get this multicolored kaftan out of my head. It’s so fun!

Ten coastal grandmother destinations to try. (The Everygirl)

A pretty perfect day dress for under $100.

8 quick and comforting dinner ideas. (Self)

What to eat before and after a workout. (Time)

What a fun necklace!

This orange infused cocktail sounds pretty great. (Eater)

The coolest minimal summer sandals. I love these too for a little more support.

How do you know if you actually want kids? (The Good Trade)

All the films at Cannes, ranked from best to worst. (The New Yorker)

I’m completely obsessed with the back (and the hem!) of this linen dress. Ordered immediately.

Vogue‘s guide to the best spas in the world. What a dream!

I very much enjoy J.Crew’s version of the mesh flats!

Stop wasting your fridge space. (The Atlantic)

RIP, Coveteur. This makes me sad. (Before it goes away: my old apartment in Brooklyn!) (Ad Week)

Such a fun straw bag.

The best rosés for summer. (Food & Wine)

This vest top is so chic!

37 taco recipes. (Bon Appetit)

Vogue’s summer best-seller predictions. I agree with most of them!

This under $100 shell necklace is a summer must-have!

These 82 year old best friends spent 80 days traveling together! (Conde Nast Traveler)

If you have an event or a party I love this simple swingy Sezane dress.

How to choose a house plant. (The Everygirl)

On dressing like a trad wife for summer (lol). (W)

I really love this (very affordable) tie shoulder dress.

OK the Zac Ephron/Nicole Kidman movie trailer actually looks really funny. (Glamour)

This metallic tunic is so cool for the beach or pool… and a great price too!

Fashion insiders share their favorite summer work outfits. (Marie Claire)

17 new books coming in June. (NY Times – gift link)

Just bought: the most perfect strappy sandals.

9 cookout sides to make in 20 minutes or less. (Washington Post)

An excellent summer shirt at a great price.

Can your skincare communicate with your brain? (Allure)

On the Hacks season finale (There are spoilers; I haven’t seen it yet so am waiting to read). (Time)

I love the idea of an easy crochet tank over my swimsuit.

The golden rules of solo travel. (Conde Nast Traveler)

A yellow fishnet beach coverup feels like a must to me!

Gosh, this Catskills reno is so dreamy! (AD)

PS. See last week’s Weekend Reading.

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  1. Stacey:

    I’ve been reading since before your NYC studio apartment (I remember when you leased and decorated it). I hadn’t thought about your Brooklyn apartment in so long — but I’m glad to scroll. It was and is stunning!

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  2. Melanie:

    I hope you never stop these Sat posts – I look forward to them every weekend….sitting on my couch, drinking my coffee, and going through all these fun links!

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    • EMM:

      co-sign – i’m in my windowseat, coffee in hand, clicking on nearly every link. great roundup and perfect mix of topics, as always!

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    • this makes me so happy, thanks!

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  3. Megan Crandall:

    Regarding the list of summer destinations: spot on, with the exception of Grand Haven, Michigan. I unfortunately live here and trust me, it’s not worth a visit. Nearby alternatives include Saugatuck and Holland, while towns that truly fit the theme are a couple of hours north, including Leland, Suttons Bay, Charlevoix, Petoskey, and Harbor Springs. My hometown of Traverse City is becoming a bit overrun, but still a great spot, too.

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  4. Oh no, I am so sad to see Coveteur closing. As a blogger though I am not entirely surprised. It is getting tough to compete in this market. Plus the recent changes to the Google algorithm are not helping either.

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  5. Molly:

    Grace, you are officially my favorite person on the internet. Thank you for being you and inspiring me non-stop! Molly

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