Click. Read. Love. 10.11.19

Ireland Wild Atlantic Way Road Trip, Fanore Beach

It has been a very blustery, rainy and grey few days here and honestly I don’t mind. I’ve been able to get so much work done and I love getting cozy and sitting in front of the pellet stove. Last night I went to an event with Eileen Fisher to speak on a panel about sustainability and circular design in fashion. I’ve always been a fan of the brand but didn’t realize just how much they’ve done over the years. They are pioneers and leaders in the sustainable fashion space, and I loved hearing them talk about how they think of the second, third, and fourth life of a garment when it’s being made. Looking forward to chilling out and making some of the recipes I shared yesterday, yum. Wishing all of you a great weekend.

If you’re looking for something to buy, try, read, share or pin, we’ve got you covered. Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

I pre-ordered Cleo Wade’s new book, Where to Begin, and I read it in one sitting. It’s so good and a beautiful follow up to Heart Talk. (J)

For anyone else who wakes up thinking about what to cook for dinner, I see you. (C)

The Lizzo and Aristocats mash-up you didn’t know you needed. Thank us later.

If you’ve been waiting for Hatch to have a sale (like I have) it’s 20% off on select items right now with code FALLFOR20. The Jo sweater is included, and I also love the waffle turtleneck and the waffle dress.

I was too young to go to Lilith Fair and I’m having major FOMO about it. But I mean the 90s are totally having a comeback, so maybe there’s hope for a revival? (C)

I picked out a few pieces from Eileen Fisher as part of my collaboration with them and decided to go with winter coats since I need things that will fit me come December/January when I’m 8-9 months pregnant. This brushed wool coat is so beautiful and drapey and will fit me throughout pregnancy and beyond (runs big I got x/xs). I also got their recycled nylon puffer coat (xs in cassis) and it’s roomy without looking big and bulky. Will definitely keep me cozy all winter. (J)

When you have a week of straight rain you start seeking out soup recipes stat. This list of ten best soups from Ina Garten should be bookmarked immediately.

How to raise successful kids according to researchers from Stanford and Harvard.

Really late to the Jo Malone fragrance party, but a super stylish French friend of mine wore her Pomegranate Noir scent the whole time I was with her and I had to buy a bottle when I got back. It smells complex and has hints of a men’s cologne, I love that in a perfume. (C)

Sexism is alive and well. Why the scrutiny over Warren’s pregnancy discrimination story proves it. (The year this happened pregnancy discrimination was also NOT ILLEGAL.)

Is mindfulness the secret to management success?

Today is International Day of the Girl.

Grace really wants a caned bed, now I think I want one too, haha. (J)

A celebration of simple flavors and meals, Yotam Ottolenghi’s Simple cookbook will inspire you.

In case you guys missed the nursery reveal you can find it here. My code for 20% off any Modsy package is good through the end of the month and it works even if you’re already an existing customer! Use code JESSKIRBY20.

Ali Wong is hilarious. Here, her thoughts on success and failure.

I’ve been searching EVERYWHERE for organic bath towels that don’t cost an absolute fortune. I finally found these West Elm organic cotton towels and the set (scroll down the page) is $72 (for 2 bath sheets, 2 towels, and 2 washcloths). Plus get free shipping with code Autumn.

Unconditional kindness? Another perspective on the Ellen DeGeneres & George W. Bush story.

Check out the fall/winter issue of Rue Magazine, it’s chock full of design inspo—you’ll want to live in it.

Being busy is ruining your friendships and contributing to other societal ills. Make plans already, ok?

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3 Comments

  1. MarciaMarciaMarcia wrote:

    Not to add to your FOMO, but I’m an old lady and I went to Lilith Fair the first year it was held and I still have the best memories of that year. Queen Latifah, Sarah McLachlin, Indigo Girls, Suzanne Vega, Natalie Merchant (who made me realize that even though I always hated Oasis, they were actually good songwriters), and so many others. It would be incredible if they could revive it.

    10.11.19 | Reply
    • Jess wrote:

      That’s amazing. I think my Mom went to Lilith Fair but I can’t remember. My first concert was Natalie Merchant and it was pretty epic.

      10.14.19 | Reply
    • Caylin Harris wrote:

      Consider my FOMO officially increased. I’m so, so jealous! I’m totally there if it comes back!

      11.8.19 | Reply