Good Reads | 26 September 2014

Kicking off Friday with a quote I found yesterday that I absolutely love. The quote is from a video series created by Lena Dunham as part of her promotion for Not That Kind of Girl.

Now: I have a lot of feelings about feminism and fashion, which I wrote about for Bustle earlier this year, but she sums it all up perfectly with this: 

"A huge part of being a feminist is giving other women the freedom to make choices you might not necessarily make yourself." 

Yes. So clear, right? So on point.

Now: Moving on to a few other finds from the week:

The fall light in London is gorgeous. Sometimes it's foggy and makes everything look like it's covered in an Instagram filter, like in the photo above taken earlier this week, and sometimes it's clear and golden. Straight-up heaven.

Speaking of: David Sedaris on the importance of low lighting. 

DIY I would actually do.

Love these tissue paper bathing suits.

Would almost quite literally live in this snuggly coat.

Can't wait to see this movie. I so love this age (now that I'm not in it). 

A few favorite looks from the SS15 shows.

The ways of the French

A perfect top for fall. 

Spent some real time drooling over this California home tour this week.

An interview that I really loved. (And this one from last week left me laughing out loud.)

Love this soap. What a great little gift this would make!

Say it ain't so, Robert Redford! (Or should I call you Bob? Or is that even your real name?)

Did a lot of obsessing over clogs this week. I almost ordered this pair from Gorman, but can't wait to share the pair I settled on when they arrive next week. Hint: They're from Portugal!

Another thing to note: I'm attending my first ever Alt For Everyone conference this weekend and will be Tweeting my learnings at both @reetzrobin and @designgoodnow. Come say hi!

 

Have a great weekend and let me know what you're up to!