Click. Read. Love.

By Caylin Harris
9 Sep 2016


You may have noticed some ch-ch-ch-changes around here. We are working with an amazing team on developing our new site and have implemented this temporary theme in the meantime. Ultimately this is all for you, our readers, to help make the site easier to navigate and deliver content in the best way possible. We hope you like it as much as we do, and can’t wait for you to see Prosecco & Plaid 2.0 in a few months. We’ll be trying to soak up the last bits of summer weather this weekend before it’s all ankle boots and sweaters, not that we’re complaining. Happy weekend.
Jess (J) & Caylin (C)

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…

Whether you make your own cupcakes or not, you’ll be entranced by this video of different frosting techniques. Is it just us or is this so soothing?

Proof that our to-do lists serve a purpose. Just in case you missed it, we covered how to achieve your goals this week on the blog too.

One of my fall must-haves, lace up flats, are 40% off right now. (J)

Got a little time? This mystery series had us scratching our heads once we finished it, plus it’s really well written.

I like knowing that I’m saying and using certain design terms correctly. This pronunciation guide helps! (C)

Can you believe this crazy pairing? But we trust BA.

Seriously though, how freaking gorgeous is Pam in this ruffle top? Such a babe. (J)

Guys, do you know how many shades of white paint there are? I do now. And there are a lot. This little diagram has helped me narrow it down when choosing the perfect color for my new living room. (C)

I know most people go darker in the winter but I’m thinking about going lighter. Pinning hair color inspiration here. (J)

My brunch favorite—a Bloody Mary. But tomato juice and vodka isn’t a Bloody Mary, you need some seasonings in there. This recipe is heavy on ’em and sounds divine. (C)

A truly heartbreaking story about the father of one of the victims of Sandy Hook.

Grace’s September reading list is next level. If you are looking for a book to read, look no further.

Soup season is around the corner and I’ve got my eye on one of the handiest tools you can use. (C)

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  1. Love your Click.Read.Love series, you always link to such awesome things!


    9.9.16 | Reply
    • Jessica wrote:

      Thank you so much! xx

      9.9.16 | Reply
  2. Jenn Lake wrote:

    Happy Friday!!!

    9.9.16 | Reply
  3. Thank you so much for including, me, Jess! xo

    9.9.16 | Reply
  4. You are the sweetest! THANK YOU! xo

    9.12.16 | Reply

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