Click. Read. Love. 3.10.23

By Jess & Caylin
10 Mar 2023
Click. Read. Love. 3.10.23 | spring blossoms

Mentally I’m picturing the above. Realistically, we are getting ready for another snowstorm early next week. Ahhhh, Vermont life. Yesterday Craig and I did a day trip to Burlington to do a little research for some work projects. We also grabbed a quick lunch and of course, popped into Trader Joe’s. Even though we didn’t go far, it made me realize how getting out of your normal everyday routine can be so invigorating. I loved seeing what everyone was wearing, lots of funky and cute style, and it got my creative juices flowing and excited for spring. I’m currently working on a Spring Capsule Wardrobe that will be available exclusively to my newsletter and Community subscribers so make sure you’re signed up. Wishing you all a great weekend.

Click. Read. Love. 3.10.23

Biomilq and the new science of artificial breast milk. (The New Yorker)

I’ve been working on a Spring capsule wardrobe and can’t wait to try these straight leg jeans from AYR. I always love how their denim fits and the quality is incredible so I have high hopes. -Jess

5 Women denied abortions (necessary and potentially life saving care) are suing the state of Texas. (NPR)

“That feeling—of being in the presence of something vast—is good for us. And, counterintuitively, it can often be found in completely unremarkable circumstances.” (The Atlantic)

This Boden dress reminds me of the Doen Charleston Dress but way more affordable (and currently 30% off!). –Jess

If you’re looking for a good podcast, I can’t stop listening to The Coldest Case in Laramie. -Jess

Black teen girls are the curators of culture. (Vox)

10 European Cities to visit on a budget. (Conde Nast Traveler)

The independence we prize can one day abandon us.  “Our most toxic myth is our ‘pull yourself up by your bootstraps’ individualism.” (New York Times)

New info on the proposed U.S. budget from Biden. (CNBC)

ABLE just launched a collection with Maddy Gutierrez (sizes XXS-3X) and there are so many great pieces for Spring. Use code JAK15 for 15% off! The long sleeve apron dress is a favorite.

I feel like I’ve been seeing a lot of people reading this book. -Caylin

I love the style and color of this Faherty dress for Spring! -Jess

Shocked but not surprised about this story on credit card points. There’s truly no such thing as something for nothing. (NYTimes)

Apologies for all the articles about Ozempic but it’s truly insane to see where this is going the more we learn about it. (The Cut)

One of my favorite Sézane knits is back in stock!

If you have no idea what season it is anymore, then this pasta easily toes the line between winter and spring. (Food52)

My Aunt told me about this dark spot exfoliating sleep milk from Goop so I tried it and I am really impressed. It’s kind of intense so use sparingly and moisturize like crazy after you put it on. -Jess

If anyone feels like they can’t escape talk of ChatGPT (it’s been a big topic at work lately), it’s always interesting to hear what Noam Chomsky has to say. (NYTimes) -Caylin

If you can, please consider boycotting Walgreens. Here’s why. (The Cut)

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  1. Kristina Hayes wrote:

    Love these reads! Always well rounded, concise and relevant. Thank you! Do you think the Léontine jumper fits larger or normal sizing?

    3.10.23 | Reply
    • Jess wrote:

      Thanks Kristina. I got a medium for a slightly slouchy fit and I’m normally an xs/s. It’s slightly cropped but loose.

      3.11.23 | Reply
  2. IR wrote:

    Hi- I don’t see a link to the Vox article? It sounds really interesting and I’d love to check it out.

    3.10.23 | Reply
    • Jess wrote:

      sorry! updated.

      3.11.23 | Reply
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