Sure, October has come and gone, so I’m a little late. I still wanted to share my favorite finds during the spoopiest month.
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So, unless you’ve been living under a fairly sizable rock–a boulder, one might even say–you’ve heard of Glossier. The all-digital, straight-to-consumer, affordable luxury brainchildren of Into the Gloss’s Emily Weiss. And what wonderful brainchildren they are. (And the packaging is just… uuuuugh. So simple and lovely. I love Glossier packaging deeply.)
There’s nothing I love quite like a perfect café, but apparently I’m on the wrong continent for that. Bluestone Lane is a series of cafés and coffeeshops inspired by the coffee culture in Melbourne, Australia–hence why you’ll hear so many Aussie accents from the baristas and employees. The café I’m reviewing is Bluestone Lane Collective
Today my sweet roomie and I met up at Central Park to get a good walk in. (What’s a better way to spend Labor Day than by ignoring the “hurricane warnings” and walking around leisurely outside?) We came in the south side and walked up to Bow Bridge before turning around for the day.
I’ve never written a favorites list before, so consider this me selling out. This August favorites list is pretty short. Expect beauty products and stationery items that make me happier than happy.
There are few things in life as stressful or as exciting as entering a store at the beginning of fall. Whether you’re hunting for school supplies, new furniture or some wardrobe updates, stress and joy meld together and become a whole new beast. Add that beast to the fact that, for a 20-something, entering the workplace
Here I sit, slightly drunk off margaritas and watching The Man from Uncle for the umpteenth time, reading too many blog posts and ruminating on what my life has been like these past few months. Since graduation, I’ve done exactly what I always told myself I would never do: I moved back in with my family
Road trip beauty is all about miniatures, minimalism and multi-functionality. (Just because I can say that doesn’t mean it’s easy–paring down is my least favorite part of moving around!) If you’re on the move though, it’s got to be done. Here are my picks to make road trip beauty as painless as possible:
The best way to shop the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale? With a big smile and a wide-open bank account. How am I making my Nordstrom sale picks? At home. In bed. In my dreams.