Good Reads

Oh, happy weekend

We'll mainly be gearing up to head a very good friend's wedding next weekend in Devon! The wedding will (hopefully) be outdoor with the sheep, but if the weather misbehaves it will be inside a lovely, very old castle-ish building. Plenty but plenty of photos will be posted on Instagram.

In addition to making a recipe Ashley sent me for nutella milk, I'm also aiming to make guacamole for the World Cup final on Sunday which I am super duper pumped about. Again, this is totally out of character. Have a great one, ya'll!

Perhaps the most incredible story I've ever heard. Can't wait to get the book!

Would really like to try this salad, though I know it would be so much better if Sprout & Pea made it.

Men's-style shirting for women. 

Exaggerated soccer injuries in real life. 

The Imagined Desks of Historical Women – a super-awesome desk calendar by Dear Hancock and available at Amelia Presents

"Organic Moonshine Roots Music" from Valerie June. I'm super in. 

Love this gorgeous home

And speaking of homes, this kitchen is my jam

Good Reads: The Best Links This Week

Well, well, well. If it isn't Friday.

This weekend, I'd like to get domestic. (Maybe) try cooking something - vegetarian lasagna, anyone? - and maybe do some cleaning. Our flat has gotten out of control, and I'd like to get it to looking a little something like this Scandinavian-esque treat. 

Here are some nice things to read this weekend from around the web in case you missed them. Enjoy! 

All I want right now are red nails

CanIkissyou? Now & Then is now 20 years old! (Buzzfeed)

Another great piece from former expat  / New York Times London Correspondent Sarah Lyall. 

I'd like to be this girl. (The Sartorialist)

Hello, Country Bumpkin.  

The beautiful work of Australian photographer Rebecca Newman. (found via thisispaper)

Work on the internet? This video explains how to use the Google keyword planner, and the guy is awesome

This New York store features the work of British accessory and fashion designers. Perfect if you're looking for a UK-fix. (Flat 128)

I just love me some Tavi. (The Monthly)

This collaboration between two of my favorite accessory designers in Brooklyn is the cat's meow.  

Amazing scene and song from the 1965 Bollywood movie Gumnaam. (SHK Magazine )

You might be surprised by this secret to having a successful day. My sister and I both SWEAR by it. (The Happiness Project)