ENDING THE YEAR WITH MYTHERESA

MY MYTHERESA WISHLIST

I was joking with my best friend yesterday that there is nothing more dangerous than a postpartum mom up in the middle of the night, on her cell phone, during the last two weeks in December… *Insert flying money emoji here!*

This past year MYTHERESA easily became one of my favorite places to shop. They always offer the most competitive prices on the European brands I love, free and expedited shipping (I always receive my order within 2-3 days), and the easiest 30-day return policy. Recently I discovered their children’s assortment and last week stocked up for the boys and Margaux :) I rounded up all my favorites on sale and my Winter wishlist below!


TOTEME PRIVATE SALE

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FOR THE GIRLS

THANK YOU MYTHERESA FOR SPONSORING THIS POST

Posted on December 23, 2022 .

MY LUXURY SALE WISHLIST


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This is one of the best sales of the month if you’re shopping for beautiful investment pieces to add to your Fall and Winter wardrobe. It’s also the perfect time to send a hint to someone special shopping for you or get started on your own lists. I love these Toteme beanies (here in black) - they would make a great gift for a friend, mother, or sister-in-law.

A few weeks ago we were in the city and I popped in the Toteme boutique for the first time. There are so many pieces from the brand I’ve been eying this season and wanted to try a few things on. I was immediately drawn to this sweater. The color is the most gorgeous shade of cream, it’s incredibly soft, and I love the slightly wider sleeve. I recently did a huge closet clean out and sold/donated sweaters that I was no longer wearing so when I saw that this was available on Mytheresa and included in the sale I knew I had to get it. I’m saving it for postpartum (probably after Christmas) so I took my usual size in the brand which is one size down in their sweaters.

Other pieces I’m eyeing: this gorgeous Khaite tote. I have the raffia version from summer (also included in the sale) and used it everyday well into September. The leather would make a great work/travel bag! This brand is new to me but they have some beautiful knits including this olive striped on which is under $300 with the sale. Lastly if you’re looking for the perfect party dress this holiday season, THIS IS IT. My sister just wore it to a masquerade ball last weekend and it is stunning (and so fun). Very black swan!

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Posted on November 17, 2022 .

TOWN & COUNTRY WITH VARLEY


I first discovered Varley last Spring when I was looking for sweaters and skirts to elevate my tennis look. I was instantly attracted to the brand's casually cool style set in a chic neutral palette and decided to give one of their sweaters a try. It quickly became one of my most worn pieces last spring and into summer! Varley really has it all: an athleisure sensibility that’s both stylish and insanely comfortable. Two things I always look for in a brand but especially as I enter this postpartum period. Their F/W collection is filled with pieces that can take you anywhere you want to go from lounging at home, a morning stroll with a friend, or a trip to the city.


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COAT - XS (SIZE DOWN)

SWEATER - SMALL (TTS)

LEGGINGS - SMALL (True to Size NON-MATERNITY, ONE SIZE UP FOR MATERNITY)




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COAT - XS (SIZE DOWN)

SWEATER - SMALL (TTS)

LEGGINGS - MEDIUM (True To Size NON-MATERNITY, ONE SIZE UP FOR MATERNITY)




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Posted on November 8, 2022 .

FALL'S COZIEST KNITS

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Every year around this time I love to find the sweater (or two) that I know I’ll reach for until March. I’ve been doing this for the last few F/W seasons and the result is a collection of knits I’m still excited to pull out year after year. It’s no secret I love Toteme. Founded by one of the original Scandi cool girls Elin Kling. I remember meeting her for the first time 8+ years ago during NYFW at a Ralph Lauren show and completely embarrassing myself as I stumbled over greet her and tripped just at her feet. Not my coolest moment! Back then I read her blog “Style By Kling” religiously and she was one of the main reasons why I started Cindy Hattersley. Anyway…it’s no surprise that her line Toteme is killing it and season after season she continues to set trends and reinvent the classics in this effortlessly cool yet chic and sophisticated way. Who wouldn’t want to be all that?! My favorite place to shop Toteme (and Khaite) is MYTHERESA. Not only do they have the best assortment, they also have the best pricing (significantly less than US sites), and their complimentary expedited shipping is an unexpected luxury.

This alpaca knit feels like you’re wrapped in a teddy bear. It is incredibly soft and the richest shade of brown. I love it styled casually but it also looks great with a black slip skirt and a kitten heeled sandal. I hemmed and hawed over this striped one all last year and finally went for it last month. I love that its a modern twist on a classic striped sweater - the wide sleeves, side slits, and overall roomy fit - I know I’ll have it for years. Both sweater styles run on the bigger size so I recommend sizing down. Sharing a few other pieces i’ve been eyeing below in a MYTHERESA edit…


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Posted on September 28, 2022 .

MATERNITY STYLE


My first pregnancy related post since I announced we’re expecting! Honestly I still can’t believe it. I will definitely put together a post on our journey but for now I’m really excited to share some of my favorite maternity style tips for Fall and beyond. Its been 6 years since I last dressed a bump and in so many ways this pregnancy has felt like the first time all over again. You forget things! My biggest piece of advice is not to go out and spend a ton of money on maternity. The most important piece of the puzzle is to starts with the right basics : t-shirts, tanks, and denim, and then build from there. Once you have your foundation do as much as you can with non-maternity wear and then fill in the gaps with brands like Hatch. I’ll be updating this post throughout the next few months with ideas for evening and events but for now I wanted to focus on where to begin!

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My go-to for maternity basics has always been H&M. The pieces I purchased when I was pregnant with Luke 8 years ago are still in great shape (and in style) today. They have the best t-shirt packs (neutral one here, black and white here) and coordinating sets for lounging like this ribbed pant and matching t-shirt. It’s my best kept secret! I can’t tell you how many clients I styled during their pregnancies that were blown away. Don’t spend $$$ on these items! Instead invest in items that will take you beyond birth and into fourth trimester. A few other great basics: this 5-pack of nursing tanks, this Calvin Klein nursing bra, this lace nursing bra (I’ve already started wearing and so comfortable!), and this t-shirt and legging set for all those lounge-y days around the house.

One place I will say it’s worth it to spend is on a great pair of denim. Right now that style I’m reaching for most (in general) is a more casual mom jean silhouette that is slightly cropped at the ankle. I got this pair from Paige and love them (more sizes here). I really love this wash and they feel just like my non-maternity denim.


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I’ve always loved the combination of a sweater or sweatshirt layered over a slip skirt or dress for Fall. It’s so feminine and chic and looks great paired with your favorite sneakers or berks for a casual look or with a pair of suede flats for a bit more modern elegance. I love the idea of a slightly oversized sweatshirt but you can also style with a chunky knit like this one (use stephanieT15 to save).


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My goal for this Fall is to continue to wear the oversized knits and open cardigans that I love and layer them over maternity basics. This cardigan is basically a 3 season piece where we live. I reach for it multiple times a week and its been a great staple in my closet. If you’re looking for a lighter weight this cotton cable is perfection!


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There is nothing more classic than a striped sweater for Fall. One of my favorite brands, Toteme makes a beautiful turtleneck style in two color ways: black with an ivory stripe and ivory with a black stripe. The slightly oversized silhouette is perfect for a growing bump and looks great styled back to a pair of leggings or denim. Under $150 version here and here. If your third trimester lands during the winter months like mine here’s the look: throw a trench on and pair with sneakers and a classic handbag.


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Posted on August 2, 2022 .

The ba&sh Paris Summer Sale


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Posted on July 21, 2022 .

WHAT TO PACK - SUMMER VACATION STYLE


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Posted on July 6, 2022 .

THE SUNDAY SECTION - 5.15.22

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Forbes - 40 Previously Unseen Slim Aarons Photos, to Conjure the Vacation You Wish You Were On. Go poolside in these archival images from the photographer-king of warm-weather leisure.

WSJ - The Best Carry-On Travel Bag Is Nearly 80 Years Old. L.L. Bean’s iconic ‘Boat and Tote’ tote has survived the test of time—and countless airline bins.

House & Gardens - A sprawling English country house revived with a creative American spirit. Keith Johnson and Glen Senk’s search for a retreat from Florida’s heat took them to a Grade II-listed house in south west England, which, after restoration and redecoration, is a refreshing amalgamation of creative American spirit and English country ideals.


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MYTHERESA is offering 10% off your purchase this weekend over $700! While that’s not a small amount if you’ve had your eye on a special item or a few summer staples, now is the time!


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order - I was in the city this week and discovered Bonberi - and all-vegan market. I mean…I was in heaven! I bought a GF/DF cookie from a new to me bakery Knead Love and OMG so good. When I shared it on IG so many of you messaged me about their bagels! I immediately placed an order for everything bagels, cinnamon raisin bread, and the PMS cookies (trust me you need these!).

watch - Recently watched and loved. Outer Range: It’s like X Files meets Yellowstone. A touch slow in the beginning as they build the story but by the third episode I was fully invested. Now I’m impatiently awaiting a second season!

home - My favorite melamine plates are finally back in stock! I’m not kidding when I say these were unavailable for 6+ months. Snag them for all your kid-friendly meals and outdoor entertaining this summer. We have the olive but they’re also available in green, red, and blue.

make - Curry Chicken Salad Summer Rolls with Mango Chutney. These are so delicious! If you don’t have time to make the rolls just use the chicken salad recipe and toss on top of a bed of fresh greens. Yum!


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Paris!

We’re heading to Paris next month and I’m so excited! The first few days for work and then Frank is meeting me for the weekend and we’re celebrating our 10 year anniversary. Just started putting together some style Inso and thought id share! More here :)

Posted on May 15, 2022 .

Spring Break with Mytheresa


I have always approached my wardrobe with a “quality over quantity” mentality and focused on investing in pieces that aren’t just of the moment or on trend. Mytheresa has always set the standard in luxury online shopping and I’m thrilled to be partnering with them on today’s post!



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Posted on April 24, 2022 .

THE SUNDAY SECTION - 4.10.22

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Architectural Digest - Zaha Hadid Architects’ New Net-Zero Project Took Nine Years to Complete—But It Was Worth the Wait. Located in the UAE, BEEAH Group’s headquarters fuses technology and sustainability with inimitable design.

Harper’s Bazaar - 30 Famous Hotels From Movies and TV Shows You Can Actually Visit. BRB, booking a room at the White Lotus resort ASAP.

GQ - The Best Crewneck Sweatshirts for Men Are Verified Wardrobe Essentials. They go with everything, and every guy looks good wearing one. Here are the best of 'em to buy right now.


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home - This new Zara Home collection Tuscan Villa is stunning. I’ve always wanted to try a jute rug like this one. Love the look of the squares. Maybe in our next house! Seems perfect for a dining room.

listen - What can Florida’s boom teach the rest of America? This podcast from The Economist is a great listen. The mass migration to this southern state has been fascinating to watch and you wonder what’s next for the sunshine state. Luxury retailers are flocking there, CEO’s are moving their young families. Florida is no longer the retirement state.

cook - Brunch with Babs’ cookbook releases this Tuesday! Not only is it the best Mother’s day gift ever - it truly is a heart-warming compilation of one woman’s life through food. It’s about family, friends, and the unbreakable bonds we make around the table. Mrs. Williams Peanut Bars are insanely good. You’re welcome!


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Posted on April 10, 2022 .

THE SUNDAY SECTION - 04.03.22

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goop - How Do Red Light Devices Work? “The evidence is mounting that red light is a simple, noninvasive way to stimulate the health and rejuvenation of cells and tissues. And blue light can also be useful.”

Architectural Digest - Inside Designer Jenni Kayne’s Relaxed California Ranch. The L.A.-based creative converts a decrepit ranch in Santa Ynez into an airy oasis for her family and guests to unplug.

Porter - How to master the art of French interiors, according to 3 tastemakers. The effortless elegance of French style has long been revered around the world, but how do you incorporate contemporary elements into your space for 2022?


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Spring Edit with Mytheresa


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make - Awesome red wine pot roast. THIS recipe is insane. One night between Christmas and New Years when we were all sick at home with covid my dad left a dutch oven on our front steps with this pot roast. I cannot tell you how insanely delicious it was (and healing). This is soul food. I made it myself last month for dinner with friends and everyone was floored. The ingredients are pretty simple so use the best you can get! I got the beef from our local butcher and went with heirloom carrots for a little extra color. This is a must try!

shopper - How great is this shopper tote? You really could use it for almost anything…gardening, farmer’s market or light groceries. I was thinking of using it for our “to-go” bag that we bring when we go out to a restaurant. It’s always filled with books, crayons and colored pencils, stickers, etc. It was also make for a sweet summer diaper bag - just add a monogram!

bath - Ok so this is so random and another H&M Home find but I have been on the hunt for a tray like this one for the longest time! We only have one bathtub in our house and its the kid’s so I’m actually going to use it for their toys! Makes draining them really easy and then you don’t have to bother with a suction cup thing that’s constantly falling off the wall. Genius!


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feeling green

The last few weeks I’ve been getting the itch to entertain. The Northeast is still pretty chilly in April but there have been a few days that felt like a window into what’s to come and I can’t wait to spend more time outdoors. This season’s tabletop color for me is this beautiful grassy green - so fresh and bright!

Posted on April 3, 2022 .

THE SUNDAY SECTION - 3.27.22

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vogue - At This Year’s Oscars, the Best-Actress Race Is the One to Watch. It was announced last month that, in an attempt to reverse the show’s declining ratings, eight of the less high-profile categories would not be presented live during the telecast, sparking something of a civil war within the film industry.

National Geographic - What was the Cold War—and are we headed to another one? The 45-year standoff between the West and the U.S.S.R. ended when the Soviet Union dissolved. Some say another could be starting as tensions with Russia rise.

House & Garden - The five best sewing machines to make do and mend with. A sewing machine will become your constant companion in your sewing projects, so having one that suits your needs is imperative.


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sofa - It’s been over a month since our new family room sofa arrived from Six Penny and I have to say we definitely made the right decision. It felt like an eternity looking for the right one and I scoured the internet to find something that checked all our boxes. What I love most about the one we ended up with is the combination of comfort and functionality. The linen/cotton combination is so soft and the floating chaise piece is always moving from one end to the other. That was a huge plus for us because I didn’t want to be married to a single shape for the next 5+ years. Highly recommend!

watch - WHOA. I watched the new Lily Collins movie Windfall this week and it was not what I expected. Actually I knew nothing about the film going in other than that when I think of Lily Collins I think of Paris and this was certainly not Emily. Five minutes in and you feel like you’re in a Hitchcock thriller. I thought the acting/casting was great (Lilly’s husband directed and definitely brought out her best) and I did not expect the ending. Curious to hear if you’ve seen it and what you all think?

make - Farmer’s market pasta primavera with goat cheese. So excited for Spring cooking, fresh basil, and farmer’s markets! This is a super easy and delicious weeknight recipe and the veggies can easily be substituted for whatever you have at home. Also not a goat cheese fan? Try parmesan or ricotta!


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Posted on March 25, 2022 .

SPRING THINGS V. 3


ONE // TWO // THREE // FOUR // FIVE // SIX // SEVEN // EIGHT // NINE // TEN // ELEVEN // TWELVE


Posted on March 24, 2022 .

TH SUNDAY SECTION - 3.20.22

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Time Magazine - The Story Behind TIME's 'Resilience of Ukraine' Cover. The mother of the child who appears on TIME's cover shares their story of fleeing from Ukraine to Poland for safety amid Russia's invasion

House & Garden UK - A serene, refined and artfully simple London house by Jessica Summer. The character of a neglected Victorian house in south east London has been preserved with sensitivity by interior designer Jessica Summer, who has revived its spirit with a carefully considered palette and close attention to every detail.

Harper’s Bazaar - The 'Favorite Pant' Lives Up to Its Name. It's at least one editor's new favorite trouser.

Vanity Fair - What’s an International Art World Schmooze-Fest Without Russian Billionaires and Their Mega-Yachts? We May Soon Find Out. In recent editions the Venice Biennale has become a favorite haunt of the oligarch class. When this year’s event opens next month in the city of canals, their probable absence could be a harbinger of things to come in the art market.

NPR - Thousands evacuate worst Australian floods in decades. I wanted to highlight this news because the devastation as been terrible for the people living in Eastern Australia. One of my favorite Aussie brands Worn, has been sharing daily updates on her Northern Rivers community and pleading with followers on IG daily for help. So many families displaced seeking food, clothing, and shelter. She’s listed many ways to give back even from afar if you’re so inclined.


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spring finds under $200


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watch - Two things to add to your weekend watch let if you haven’t already are Gilded Age and on HBO and Netflix’s newest original film The Adam Project. Guilded Age is like Downton Abby’s younger and cooler sister in New York. Just like Downton the acting, the costumes, and the backdrop are all exquisite. A real gem if you enjoy period shows. The Adam Project is a great weekend “rental”. It’s action packed, has a great storyline (even emotional at times), and Ryan Reynolds is easy on the eyes. Click here to watch the trailer.

make - I’m always on the hunt for a protein packed breakfast that is low in sugar but still tastes good. I stopped eating eggs last year making it even harder to find a “get up and go” meal in the morning. I recently found this Green Chia Pudding recipe via goop and it is now part of my weekly rotation. Its sweetened with dates, starts your day with veggies, and checks my protein box. A morning on the go made simple!

home - Love this irregular shaped mirror for a powder room or at the end of a long hallway over a console. Also comes in a large size.


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Garden Planning

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Posted on March 18, 2022 .

THE SUNDAY SECTION - 3.13.22

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National Geographic - Explorers find the famous polar ship Endurance, entombed a century ago. The ship at the heart of Ernest Shackleton's doomed mission was discovered two miles down in icy Antarctic waters. The expedition leader says 'I could feel the breath of Shackleton on my back.’

Forbes - Belgium Is The Latest Country To Join The Four-Day Workweek. “Workers in Belgium will be entitled to a four-day workweek. The reform package agreed by the country's multi-party coalition government will also give workers the right to turn off work devices and ignore work-related messages after hours without fear of reprisal.”

Hollywood Reporter - Netflix’s New Releases Coming in March 2022. Take a look at the movies and TV shows that will hit the streaming service this month. We’ve been watching Pieces of You and it is so.good.

Vogue - The 23 Most Iconic Photographs of Princess Diana.


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make - These are ACTUALLY the best chocolate chip cookies. If you don’t already follow Broma Bakery on IG you’re missing out. I’ve tried two of her GF/DF recipes (like this one) already and these cookies and she’s good. Also her videos make me feel like I can actually bake :)

wear - Love this cream colored tennis baseball cap! A perfect gift for your doubles partner to kick off the Spring season!

basket - I just ordered more of these adorable (but also chic) personalized baskets. Last year I gave one to my niece and a few friend’s daughters and this year I ordered a few more (one for my mom “Bibi” - so sweet!). The natural basket with beige stitching is my favorite!


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Spring streetstyle

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Posted on March 11, 2022 .

Spring Things V. 1


one // two // three // four // five // six // seven

Posted on March 11, 2022 .

THE SUNDAY SECTION - 02.20.2022

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Town & Country - Who Is Anna Delvey? The Wild True Story Behind Netflix's Inventing Anna. Julia Garner plays con artist Anna Sorokin, who served four years in prison for posing as fake German heiress "Anna Delvey."

Vogue - This Cult Furniture Designer’s Rare 1970s Rattan Collection Is Finally Released to the Public. Discover the Bohemian 72 collection here by Gumi.

Vanity Fair - Dog Plays Fast and Loose with the Wounds of War. Channing Tatum returns to the big screen with an uneven story of post-war malaise.

House & Garden - Kerri Lipsitz on how to design a kitchen for entertaining. A kitchen has to take on many forms and put up with all aspects of life. Interior designer Kerri Lipsitz details how to make it a social space.


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make - No linked recipe today just my tried and true easy and quick baked salmon instructions! I usually make steamed string beans and roasted new potatoes on the side of this dish. Start with 1 1/2 lbs of wild salmon or arctic char (in season now). Place in a baking dish lined with parchment paper (makes for easier cleanup). Squeeze half of one lemon over the salmon. In a small dish combine 1/2 cup of veganaise (I like follow your heart soy free), 1/4 cup of dijon mustard, the juice of the other half of the lemon, lemon zest, salt and pepper. Spread over the fish and bake at 400 until desired doneness. Usually around 10-15 minutes. For an added crunch top with panko before cooking!

decor - How sweet are these paper eggs for Easter? I’m thinking of getting them to hand in the dining room…love the colors (neutrals of course)! Luke is at that age where he really looks forward to decorating the house for holidays and I’m trying to lean into that :)

kids - I bought the boys a few great little games for Valentine’s Day this year. Luke is really into word searches and Harry loves games like go fish and old maid. They loved these! The little ones are great to throw in your bag for restaurants or car travel!


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Our new Family Room design

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Posted on February 18, 2022 .

THE SUNDAY SECTION - 02.06.2022

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Vogue - Universal Standard Is the Most Size-Inclusive Brand in Fashion—Now They Want the Rest of the Industry to Follow Suit. It’s time for fashion to prioritize size inclusivity. Women have been shouting that message for ages, and it’s ridiculous that it needs to be said in 2022, but the industry has yet to embrace widespread change.

Architectural Digest - Step Inside Gwyneth Paltrow's Tranquil Montecito Home. Working with AD100 talents Roman and Williams and Romanek Design Studio, Gwyneth Paltrow builds a serene family sanctuary. Those blush chairs and matching marble are giving me major heart eyes!

House & Garden - An interior designer creates a luxurious sanctuary in her own London house. Interior designer Kerri Lipsitz has always been drawn to calm, serene interiors, and her own house in London combines this tranquil mood with a luxurious, sophisticated aesthetic. Obsessed with every inch of this space!

Domino - No Contractor, No Problem—How One Stylist Renovated Her Basement During Lockdown.


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dish - It’s the little things! Our kitchen is in need of a refresh and I’m counting down the days until we can replace the dark heavy countertops with something much lighter and brighter. Until then I found a temporary fix that blew my mind - a new dish rack! Replacing our black one with this sleek and more modern style immediately changed the space. We’ve been using it since December and I highly recommend!

make - Sheet Pan Lemon Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Avocado Goddess Sauce. I made this during the week and it was delicious! Don’t be intimidated by the many layers - I only made the sweet potatoes, chicken, and the goddess sauce and it was great.

nook - Speaking of kitchens…I’ve been on the hunt for chairs for a little breakfast nook i’m creating. right now we only have one area for all meals and I can’t wait to have this extra space for snack time, school work, and playdates. I ordered these wishbone chairs and they’re great! Love the wood, very comfortable, and a great price!


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Family Room Inspiration

images via Pinterest - follow along here

Posted on February 6, 2022 .

THE SUNDAY SECTION - 01.16.2022

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Harvard Business Review - Negotiating as a Woman of Color. Takeaways from more than 1,000 interviews with professional and executive women of color.

Vogue - Interior Design Trends to Know in 2022—And What’s on Its Way Out. “There is more and more research that shows the direct influence that our homes have, not only on our moods, but our overall health and well-being,” interior designer Timothy Corrigan of Timothy Corrigan Inc. tells Vogue.

House & Garden - Why we should all be making do and mending this year. The pleasure of buying something new will always be with us, but as we're all aiming to live more sustainably these days, it's time to embrace the philosophy of making the best of what you already have.

Vanity Fair - Kate Middleton’s Kids and Husband Prince William Helped Pick Out Her 40th Birthday Portraits. Photographer Paolo Roversi revealed that he wanted to create a “contemporary” portrait of the royal, using “only natural light, little makeup, and no hairstyle.”


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watch - The Tender Bar was heart-warming and funny - I didn’t want it to end. A must watch on Amazon Prime this weekend!

make - The goop detox. For the last three years I have looked forward to the annual goop detox. I never follow it precisely or in full but I am always pleasantly surprised with the selection of recipes. They’re delicious, healthy yet realistic, and family-friendly. Don’t be intimidated by the number of ingredients either. This turmeric warming latte for example is still delicious minus the Sun Potion items. Some of my favorites from years prior include: banana bread porridge bowl, sheet pan haddock with salsa verde, and this Crispy Chicken Cutlets with Fennel, Apple, and Cabbage Slaw.

balaclava - If you’ve ever seen this iconic image of Jackie Kennedy skiing in the Canadian Mountains you’ve probably wondered about her balaclava. The perfect après ski accessory that is both functional and timeless is available here.


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Posted on January 14, 2022 .