Posts Categorized: lovely links

Lovely Links: 2/3/17

Weekly Kitty:

Doesn’t it look like Harriet has her own log cabin? It’s really just the linen closet …

Saskia’s black lacy dress and badass moto boots are perfect together. I’d steal this outfit right off of her!

You Have Permission to Change

Yes to navy and black – especially with lush textures in the mix.

Kristi explains how her anxiety and depression kick into high gear whenever she goes clothes shopping.

Tangentially related: We’re in the deep, dark days of winter here in MN, so I really enjoyed this post on self-care during cold, dark times.

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Lovely Links: 1/27/17

Weekly Kitty:

This week I purchased this object, which I believe is called an Interlocking Badger Bowl Holder. Simon and Harriet approve.

“Desperately Seeking Susan’s” Lessons in Thrifting and Thrills

Danielle makes the head-to-toe winter white look seem effortless.

The question should not be ‘how’ or ‘why’ fashion can be political, it should be: why isn’t it seen as such? Why is an interest in clothing seen as vacuous and shallow and those working within the industry as either vain or lacking intelligence & depth? And why is fashion–a form of art and communication–stripped of its political value when other forms of art largely do not come under the same scrutiny?”

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Lovely Links: 1/20/17

Locals! Three of my favorite things will converge this coming Tuesday: The Riveter, LOTT, and author/blogger Autumn Whitefield-Madrano! Here’s the scoop:

Join Autumn Whitefield-Madrano, author of Face Value: The Hidden Ways Beauty Shapes Women’s Lives (Simon & Schuster, 2016), in conversation with The Riveter magazine, to discuss the complex, often contradictory, ways beauty affects our day-to-day lives—its unexpected benefits, its subversive pleasures, and its ability to affect the stories we tell about ourselves. Members of the LOTT board will be present to meet and answer questions from anyone interested in the program. I’ll be there, too! Hope you can join us!

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