There’s more to love:
This study makes perfect sense when you remember that everyone has a different definition of friendship, but even so, half of the people you consider a friend might not reciprocate those feelings. Isn’t that depressing?
I’ve found myself pinning and wish listing items in this rosé-meets-salmon hue for a few months now. Apparently it’s beloved by other Millennials, too. One person’s comment sums it up beautifully, “We need a transitional color out of the neutral black and white palette of 2012-2015 and this bridges the gap quite nicely.”
I have never been more excited about a television show in my life.
The launch of Frances Valentine received a quieted buzz of excitement, but you would have thought the return of Kate Spade herself would have made more of a splash. As it turns out, that marketing move was very much intentional.
Kelly’s post about the realities of gutting and renovating a bathroom made me less apprehensive about embarking on the project when we finally buy a home.
In an effort to reverse slipping sales numbers, Tiffany & Co. is giving its iconic “Return to Tiffany” collection a makeover for a new generation.
EARLIER THIS WEEK
Wore the best summer-to-fall dress.
Coveted a selection of pretty pink items plus a funky calf hair clutch.
Shared how you can travel with your signature scent.
Launched a giveaway!
Celebrated International Cat Day.
Admired the dome of the Wisconsin State Capitol.
I purchased this quirky banana-print top moments after featuring it in last week’s “Color Crush.” It’s scheduled to ship at the beginning of June, but I’m already dreaming of ways to wear it that are inspired by colorful Palm Beach.
Right now, I’m coveting: