WEEK OF AUGUST 19
A COLLECTION OF LIFE-LATELY-FAVORITES. PEOPLE, PLACES, AND THINGS ON OUR MINDS
...AND IN OUR VIRTUAL SHOPPING CART
This feminine thinking online magazine and platform.
This bedside table situation is all I want to do. Now how do I expand my bedroom?
I am thinking late February...Hotel San Cristobal.
The Secret History by Donna Tart is my new favorite book. It is about a group of eccentric college students tucked away in the beauty of the Northeast who will do anything to keep their secrets.
I heard this quarterly, coffee culture magazine was a beauty - and it is! Great gift idea for the cafe lovers in your life. Stop into Horizon Line Coffee and you'll find this on their shelves for sale.
Only she could pull off the prairie country western X late 80’s color block X athleti-collegiate look for SS19.
I never leave Minneapolis without having dinner at Bar La Grassa. Dreaming of that carbonara!
My bed has been a little blah lately, so I ordered these stonewashed linen pillow cases. The color is the best part, but they are also hypo-allergenic, super soft and nice to the environment. Yes, yes, and yes.
These teeny tiny plants are nothing but absolutely adorable.
While on vacation I realized I prefer body oil over lotion like this one. It gives more glow to my skin.
This Italia-disco song is me and my husband's jam right now.
Two female comedians who talk about murder, mental health, and everything in between. This podcast has gained a cult following and is consistently in the most listened to podcast charts.
Florence and the Machine’s new album (and everything she does or says).
I’m constantly wearing all white with gold necklaces like this outfit.
My endless style inspiration station that is my style icon’s Instagram daily story.
... MORE FAVORITES FROM BABE WE LOVE,
HEIDI HAFNER, ARTIST + EDUCATOR:
After visiting Japan this summer, I started stalking stylish Japanese moms on Instagram. I adore this woman's home for its simplicity and modesty!
Dan Barber starred on Netflix's Chef's Table, and his book, The Third Plate: Field Notes on the Future of Food, shows how farm-to-table eating isn't always great for the earth, and how that could change.
A friend showed me this children's book -- so colorful, with dream-like illustrations -- inspired by a United Nation's treaty defending the cultural rights of children. It's powerful.
And I can't take my eyes off these leather espadrilles!