Posts tagged #small business




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Harper’s Bazaar - Yes, We Will Travel Again—Here’s How and When to Plan Your Next Trip. From the founder of Black Tomato, a luxury travel planning website.

Vanity Fair - The Book of Reese. How Reese Witherspoon Turned Her Literary Obsession Into an Empire.

National Geographic - How centuries of pandemics have shaped the British monarchy Prince Charles' positive coronavirus diagnosis joins a long list of deadly diseases to afflict the royals, including the plague, smallpox, and the flu.

Men’s Health - Brad Paisley and his wife just opened up a grocery store in Nashville and everything is free.

The New Yorker - An eerie look at tomorrow’s cover story. It is crazy to imagine Grand Central empty.

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house dresses - It’s just as easy to throw one of these over your head than it is to pull up a pair of leggings (if not easier) and you may feel better too!

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watch - I’ve been loving Stranger and Ozark (both on Netflix). If you haven’t watched Ozark yet, welcome to three seasons of seriously binge-worthy TV. Sorry for all those addicted to Tiger King. I watched three episodes and had to stop. I can see how it can be addicting I guess…but its more like passing a wreck and not being able to look away.

make - Sick of sandwiches? I had to stop eating smoked salmon…it was becoming and addiction! Last weekend I made a rice bowl and it was delicious. Bowls are an easy way to create a healthy and satisfying meal using what you have in your pantry and freezer. Don’t skip the most important part - the dressing. I made this lemon tahini dressing yesterday and poured it over quinoa, kale, and avocado, and it was delicious!

give back - Fashion is powerful and it has been so inspiring to see so many brands stepping up and giving back. There are so many way you can help: donating supplies, making, masks, supporting small businesses, etc. Each week I will be featuring a different brand donating proceeds from their sales to charity - this week it’s the Texas-based small business, Christy Lynn. I first discovered Christy Lynn at a trunk show in Greenwich, CT last Spring and immediately fell in love with her feminine lines and neutral aesthetic. Love this lace blouse from her original collection, and this shirtdress.

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outdoor entertaining - I bought this table from Terrain during a floor sample sale. They called me when I was on the way to the hospital in labor with Harrison! I can’t believe that was almost three years ago and we still don’t have dining chairs!

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Posted on March 29, 2020 .