Click. Read. Love. + 2 Weekend Sales

Doing our best to try and slow down the pace of summer just for a bit. Thinking about instituting some sort of digital detox in the process too. Wishing all of you a great weekend.

xx
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…

Prepare to be wowed these are the winners of the 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer Contest.

If you love art and design, here are a few festivals to check out in August.

This recipe will make it much easier to swallow when life hands you lemons. Literally.

What’re the criteria for being considered self-made? On Kylie Jenner and the myth of the girlboss.

Forget FOMO, let’s talk about the joy of missing out. Sounds like a great way to spend the summer to us.

Pixi launched their first ever retinol tonic and it sounds pretty amazing.

These corn fritters look like a total summer classic you’ll make over and over again.

Are we witnessing the Renaissance of the romantic comedy?

Getting the chance to eat at Staplehouse in Atlanta in a few weeks, do you guys have any more must-visit locations in Atlanta? (C)

Loving this home tour of this sweet bungalow space—what a cool place to hang out!

Weekend Sales

Of course you probably know the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale is going on. I shared my ten picks here (I also did a try-on of my ordered and shared what I’m keeping and returning in my Instagram highlights under #NSale).

My one beauty purchase from the sale was this Skin Inc Tri-Light that’s supposed to help with fine lines, skin elasticity, collagen production, reduction of scars and more. It has RAVE reviews so I splurged on it and I’ve heard great things about the benefits of using red, blue and yellow light therapy.

It’s also Anthropologie’s Anthro Day where loyalty members get 20% off their purchase. All you need to do is sign up here if you’re not already a member.

I love this dress (wore it to a dinner last week). It runs big so I recommend sizing down, I have it in xxs.

I also just ordered this faux fur throw in white (I have it in blush). It’s super cozy, really well made (I’ve washed it a ton) and looks awesome as a throw on your couch or bed.

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3 Comments

  1. Grace Van Hooser wrote:

    On the faux fur throw, how do you wash it?? i’ve been scared to because it says dry clean only, but mine smells so bad from my dogs and I don’t really want to pay for dry clean!

    7.20.18 | Reply
    • Jessica wrote:

      Honestly nothing special. I dont know why it says dry clean only I’ve washed it a ton. I just do regular cycle, cold water and tumble dry medium. Sometimes you have to untangle half way through because it gets a little tied up.

      7.20.18 | Reply
  2. Amy wrote:

    I just started reading your blog, so I’m not totally sure what you’d like, but maybe try Ponce City Market or Sweet Auburn Market in Atlanta. For dinner, I’ve heard Gunshow is excellent and I personally love King + Duke. They seem to make foods I don’t even normally like good.

    7.21.18 | Reply

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