Hope everyone is having a good Sunday and that fall coziness is in full swing! It’s finally cooling down here in LA (at least for part of the day) and it feels so good. But enough with the weather talk and let’s get into these links…
This week’s house tour is home to Dan John Anderson, Genevieve Dellinger, and their two kids. Dan is a sculptor and is responsible for the incredible wood stools amongst many other pieces you see. We love the modern shapes in those warm, natural materials. This house was originally 900-square-foot and built in 1959. They have slowly been renovating, doubling its size. It’s most definitely a must-see and read. Head here now!
From Emily: After years of wearing Target knock-offs, Brian finally allowed himself to splurge on these shoes for his 44th birthday. It’s a great splurgy present that took him lots of research to find – we couldn’t believe they were at Madewell!
From Ryann: These are the softest, comfiest sweat shorts I have ever put on my body. I first bought them for myself and then after realizing how amazing they are, I got them for all of my bridesmaids in lieu of giving them a bridesmaid robe (those are cute but the bridesmaid robes I have gotten have never ever been worn again). The little dolphin hem on the side makes them really flattering, too. AND they are only $12. 10/10!
From Mallory: I’ve never sailed a day in my life but I saw this sweatshirt from this cute brand I didn’t know about until now and I’m highly considering getting it. It’s so nautical and fun!! They have a lot of cute accessories and shoes if you’re in the market. And if you’re near a store you should go in person…they are SO fun!!
From Jess: My jaw went to the floor when I saw this photo/DIY by Victoria Ford! I’m not necessarily a big Hatty Potter gal but I think this is SUCH a fun way to decorate for Halloween that isn’t scary at all. I know Harry Potter and Halloween aren’t technically related but still…this is incredible. For a full step-by-step head to Victoria’s blog!
Also From Jess: I think I mentioned this hand soap (that also comes in a dish soap and hand location) before but it’s in my top two favorites of all time (and it’s the more affordable one!). I somewhat recently bought a super affordable hand soap and it really isn’t doing it for me. I truly enjoy washing my hands when I use Further soap. Especially with the holidays coming up, this is a soap smell your guests will love and remember.
As I am sure all of you know, the women of Iran, while incredibly strong and brave, still need our help to fight for their basic rights and gender equality. There isn’t a single reason why Mahsa Jina Amini and all the others who have died in solidarity shouldn’t still be alive. Here is an article that gives nine ways to both support financially and/or with your voice. Women, Life, Freedom.
Until tomorrow, enjoy the rest of your Sunday. xx
Opening Image Credits: Design by Dan John Anderson and Genevieve Dellinger | Photo by Laure Joliet | via Architectural Digest
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