Posts Categorized: recommended reading

Lovely Links: 2/10/17

Weekly Kitty:

Box Inspector Harriet will not be deterred by double-boxing or the presence of crinkly packing paper.

In her efforts to be more sustainably-minded, Diane asks, “Can you be a fashion blogger on zero budget?”

Hallie channels French girl chic in her beret, striped top, and pointy oxfords.

Sheela muses on the hidden traps and unexpected trip-ups found along the self-love journey, including fake self-love and discovering that loving yourself doesn’t guarantee being loved back.

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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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