Saturday, February 17, 2018

Links I'm Loving

Did anyone else drag out Valentine’s Day/week as long as they could, because I am completely guilty of that? Usually around this time of year I am about ready to climb the walls because I am so tired of winter and ready for it to be over, but this year I just have completely accepted the season and have ended up loving every minute! I actually think I might be sad to see the season draw to a close…

I’m still working at being 100% on top of my New Year’s Goals. I have read seven books already this year, so I definitely have that goal under control, I have been working out more, but not as much as I’d like, I kind of fell off the going to bed early wagon…need to get back on that, and I just bought a journal and I am currently trying to decide if I should do a bullet journal or a traditional journal – thoughts?
I once saw Nicole Kidman in real at a local lunch place in Nashville, and even in real life her skin is impressively flawless. Spoiler alert: sunscreen and moisture are two of her major tips, and I could not agree more.

I am completely loving how the late 60s is have such an influence for the spring, summer, and fall lines for 2018. Everything is just so flattering and feminine and I am completely loving all of it. I am completely crushing on this skirt from Anthropologie – everything about it is just perfection and could not be anymore flattering or classic.

I am such a fan of Queen Elizabeth! She always manages to stay relevant and carry herself with such an air of class, power, and kindness. The Maid of Honor for Queen Elizabeth’s coronation walks readers through the day step-by-step and it is such a great read!

Tory Burch is another designer drawing a lot of fashion inspiration from the 60s and I could so picture Grace Kelly or Audrey Hepburn wearing this swimsuit. I say every summer that I am going to add a one-piece swimsuit to my swim collection and this is actually going to be the year it happens!

I used to make a point to see basically every movie that Mandy Moore was in, she just seems like such a naturally nice person and like someone you would want to be friends with. Confession: I never knew that she was the voice of Rapunzel in ‘Tangled’ till I watched her best movie moments.

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