From mine to yours, wherever you find yourself, I hope you have a lovely holiday and weekend filled with food, family, and friends. Until next week, kiddos!
Friday Friday Friday!
This weekend I'm starting my Christmas shopping, planning a recipe to "cook" for our London Thanksgiving dinner next weekend, and going to see the new Isabella Blow exhibit at Somerset House. In the meantime, here are my favorite links from around the web this week.
Hope you guys get up to something fun this weekend! And, happy early Turkey!
Well, crap. Loeffler Randall is offering 30% off all fall/winter pieces. In NYC? They're also holding a sample sale through today at 8 P.M. We'll get through it together.
30+ things every woman should know before she's 30. (Refinery29)
6 inspirational quotes from Oprah. Ugh, she's the BEST.
Super excited about Kinfolk's upcoming Aged issue. As someone who's just joined the Late 20's Club, I'm starting to feel confident enough to say that things really do get better with age. (Confidence is a result of the aging thing, btwubs.)
Have you seen this incredible interactive video? (It's Nice That)
It's been 50 years since JFK's death. Writer Nicole Mary Kelby takes an in-depth look at the now-famous Chanel suit worn on that fateful day by Jackie Kennedy. (Never Underdressed)
I recently re-connected with a good friend from high school via the blogosphere. How cool is that? She's just moved to Cape Cod and spends her days painting, teaching yoga, and blogging. She recently asked me about my adventures which you can read on her blog, Starr Struck.
One year you're eating orange cinnamon rolls on your mom's floor in Georgia, watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. The next year you're standing by a radiator in London trying to determine which American restaurant would have the best pre-fix vegetarian options for dinner. Guess that's life, eigh?
It's been a wonderful and tough year for me, but wherever you are, I hope you have someone you love and can cling to nearby—whether it's family, old and new, or friends who treat you like family.