Reading Material

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photo via thecozyspace

House sold. Now comes buying another mortgage and moving. This shit so stressful, bruh.

And, as is customary for periods of high stress, I am spending too much time looking at minimalists like Paris to Go and trying to both upgrade and further streamline my own closet (read: sell things to finance new, better versions of things I currently have).

It’s just like housing!

Other interesting reads I’ve come across are a post on Garance Doré about Rados Protic (she’s proof that this whole denim, tomboy, leather jacket theme can be carried well over into advanced age) and this piece on vulnerability that has me missing my mom and best friends like crazy.  And one more from Paris to Go. She’s hardcore and I love it.

 

 

 

LAX > PDX

Portland Bound
what I’ll be living in over the next couple of months

Lots of things are in flux, but there’s always time for Pinterest and Polyvore. They’re almost as soothing as buying new things. Almost.

Newly added to the sea of neutrals are the Madewell ‘Ames’ boots, Rachel Comey rain boots, and sweaters from Everlane and Madewell.  There is also the Marni x H&M raincoat that I never knew I had to have until today. Apparently it rains a lot in Portland. And they have these seasons I’ve heard so much about.

This should be interesting.

In the Harvestland

The new Harvestland fall colorway at Everlane has landed.

Inspired by the colors of American farmlands, the palette is warm, beautiful and very neutral friendly (!!!). Naturally, several items are being considered for spots in my fall edit. I love Everlane for making things you can live in, so I’m going to be mulling over what to add for a while.

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Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to cue up the Stater Bros. jingle* and browse a little bit.

 

*this is a Southern California thing, but I can’t help but think of it when I see Harvestland.