Spring has sprung, and I’m celebrating this weekend with all my best girlfriends in Charleston. I couldn’t imagine a better place or people to start this glorious season with. Here’s five links as always!
After spring break travels and just before Easter, the play for many of you this weekend may be to just stay home and relax. If so, today’s post is your source for the movies to watch, the podcast to listen to and the cake to bake.
Today marks three months from our wedding, and I can barely wait. I know the time will whiz by, so I am making the most of this very exciting season. Sometimes, all that means is staying in town and spending quality time with friends and family before the big celebrations get started, and that’s what we have in store this weekend. Enjoy today’s links!
A home the fuels the creative spirits of its inhabitants.
In the final days of the Shopbop sale, I’m giving you one last look at the pieces you may have missed. These five favorites include something for everyone: an everyday bag, a going-out top, a poolside dress, statement heels and a white bathing suit. Stock up before these go back to full price for the rest of the season.
This white bag with the ribbon detailing is so hard to deny myself of.
A silky cami with a floral print in the coolest color combo.
How are we already halfway through February? I’m grabbing sushi with girlfriends tonight and devoting tomorrow to honeymoon planning! Any recommendations for Italy and the coast of France are very welcome. Here are five reads for your weekend:
My birthday is Valentine’s eve, so I’ve loved the holiday from a young age. I like that it falls midweek this year, giving all of us a reason to celebrate the things and people we love on a Wednesday. I’ve gathered five gift ideas for your loved one(s). It’s not too late!
One of my new year’s resolutions hits close to home at L. Avenue–keeping an organized closet! Ashley, the founder of Calm Living, and I met up for coffee talk about some of my organization challenges, let’s just say I’m pretty challenged in the “staying organized” department across all aspects of my life. After seeing my closet in person she had lots of great ideas and a detailed plan for how to implement changes to the overall setup in my closet in order to see clothing better and keep things tidy and in their proper place. I love that Ashley also takes it a step further with a detailed game plan for how to stay on track going forward. That’s truly the biggest challenge. Anybody can come in and make your closet look tidy. It’s ditching bad habits (aka clothes pile-ups on chairs, dressers etc) and effectively managing ongoing closet organization. Ashley is passionate about her work because she truly believes that an organized life is a happy life. I couldn’t agree more!
My sister is in town from Boston, so they’re hosting a ‘bachelorette-lite’ in my honor, and I’m honestly just excited for any excuse to get us all together for a night on the town. They all got married before me, so I can’t wait to heed their advice but more importantly, have fun. As always, five of my favorite finds from the web:
Hello! It’s been awhile. Just as I am trying to savor this season of being engaged, I try to treasure all the different seasons of the year for what they are. January–as we all know–is one to reflect and resolve. If you have yet to set any intentions for 2018, here are a few ideas with instructions on how to execute.