Weekend Reading, 9.16.23.

Weekend Reading 9.16.23
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Happy Saturday. I got home from Santa Fe late last night. I’m spending the day getting organized and then my boyfriend gets here this afternoon. We have fun dinner reservations tonight and brunch plans tomorrow and that is about it. I am just excited to relax.. my trip was amazing (more to come on that) but I am a little beat! Have a wonderful weekend. xo

Weekend Reading, 9.16.23

How to help the earthquake victims in Morocco.

NPR’s fall streaming guide.

This Amazon hoodie/pullover is just excellent. I have the dark khaki and took my usual medium.

Incredibly helpful: How to Shop For Food. I want to shop (and live) like this.

Bluemercury is having a big sale, which means one thing: time to stock upon Augustinus Bader!

Loved this 300 year old cottage’s reno!

How to write an impactful thank you note.

I desperately want this little navy mini but need an occasion to wear it.

On the virtues of to-do lists!

I just got these boots and they’re absolutely perfect, especially with straight leg denim.

36 hours in Charleston.

I really enjoyed this profile of Jessica Knoll.

This sweater-jacket hybrid is very very cute!

The best European cities for art lovers.

A very good, reasonably priced trench.

The best drinking glasses, according to The Strategist.

Pantone’s spring and summer color report.

How cute is this little cardigan? I especially love the stripes.

15 minute snack and wine pairings.

On the authors and artists fighting book bans.

Chunky Chelsea boots at a great price.

Did you see the Lessons in Chemistry trailer??

I just ordered this chic blouse. Love the colors and pattern.

Just love Ben’s love of Dunkin.

This grilled steak recipe looks amazing.

These pointy slingbacks are among my best fall purchases.

Solo date ideas.

J.Crew continues to slay. I ordered this Sofia Richie Grainge-esque dress for my upcoming trip to New York.

Ooh this fancy London hotel looks luxe.

Marie Claire’s guide to the fall trends worth investing in.

A great under $100 sweater. This one too!

The benefits of niacinamide (one of my fav skincare ingredients!)

I just got my favorite Anthropologie dress in this fun brush stroke print.

The best new restaurants of 2023.

Molly Baz’s bolognese… yum!

Love these Chanel-esque pumps, and that $99 price tag sure is right!

When Your Name is on the Door: how eight designers have stayed at the top of their game.

The best seats on the plane, according to experts.

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  1. Stacia:

    I really enjoyed the Jessica Knoll profile too! I have a strong appreciation for women who are unapologetic about their power and goals. And I also liked the solo date article. As someone who spends a fair amount of time alone I know how important it is to get out of the house and “amongst the people” as I like to call it. While I didn’t love all of the suggestions for myself, I can draw on the concepts. A couple of additions I would make are going to art museums/artist supply stores, taking art classes, going to select live-music events (universities often have great programs that are safe to attend solo), and I also do some plein air painting – have to be cautious and selective about where though – inevitably some creepy person will come up and “hover” (annoying!). But my BEST suggestion is looking up a Feminist Bird Club chapter near you. I just joined and going on my first hiking trip next weekend. I can’t wait!

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    • Sharon:

      Love these Stacia! I am going to see if a Feminist Bird Club is in my area!

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    • grace at the stripe:

      Love all these, thanks for sharing!

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  2. Sharon:

    Can’t wait to see the movie of Lessons in Chemistry!

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    • grace at the stripe:

      Me too!

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