Weekly Finds

Links I Discovered This Week

Happy first day of spring!  Sitting here waiting for this snowstorm to appear and wishing instead that I was sitting on a park bench soaking in the sun.  I love all seasons but, after a long winter, I have reached my limit.  I am ready to get spring started; hopefully, we won’t be waiting much longer.  In case you haven’t noticed, the blog has been all about spring fashion trends that I am excited about.  Have you started your spring shopping yet?  Check out our latest posts for some guidance; there is a lot of cute stuff out there.  This weekend, I will be packing up my apartment.  Next week, I will be consumed by packing so if you don’t hear much from me it’s because I can’t find my computer among all of the boxes.  There are a lot of changes going on in my life right now, some smooth, others rocky.  Stay tuned for a special announcement in the coming weeks and it’ll all be clear to you.  Until then, check out what links I found interesting this week and share with me what you’re loving right now!

SHOPPING SECRETS:  The Stylist has come up with ten questions to ask yourself before buying anything expensive.  Remember, its okay to splurge, just be sure you’re spending responsively.

FOODIE:  If you live in NYC then you’ve probably eaten at the famous ramen bar, Momofuku.  Now David Chang has announced he’ll be opening a new restaurant for his yummy friend chicken.  Can’t wait for you to open Fuku!

STYLE ICON:  The Man Repeller sat down with French fashion icon Inès de la Fressange for a one on one.  Watch the video and learn from the master of French style.

LISTEN UP:  Speaking of inspiring, find out what Lucky’s EIC Eva Chen and Joe Zee’s secrets are to social media success.

HOUSE RULES:  Even though I’m moving into an apartment and not a beautiful home, this Cupcakes and Cashmere article really speaks to the homemaker I wish to be.

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One response

  1. This house rules article is terrific! I’ve never seen this said so simply and clear. And it should be pretty easy to do, especially the champagne in the fridge!

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