Click. Read. Love. 3.17.23

How To Wear A Tunic Sweater
By Jess
17 Mar 2023
Click. Read. Love. 3.17.23

Happy St. Patty’s Day! We had a massive snowstorm this week and Marin was home sick so it was not as productive as I had hoped. We did have some fun in the snow. On the work front we’re doing a little site refresh. We have a lot more content on the blog these days and I want to make sure it’s easy to find and navigate. I’ve had tons of requests to do more capsule wardrobes, and I have a bunch planned over the next few weeks/months which I’m really excited about. Wishing you all a great weekend, lots of good links this week!

Here’s the best of the week…
Jess (J) & Caylin

Click. Read. Love. 3.17.23

Anyone else feel immense amounts of hope reading the seed catalog? (The New Yorker)

I bought these white straight leg jeans from Madewell last spring and they’re a major favorite. Insiders get 25% off.

If you’re in need of some kitchen inspiration…here are some gems. (Food52)

These climbing vines will cover an ugly fence. (Architectural Digest)

I just bought some handmade jewelry from ABLE for gifts and they’re 20% off 2+ pieces with code GIVEONE. I love the heart necklace (this was part of my Fall collection and it’s been restocked) and the column cuff bracelet (you can personalize it).

This dress would be so pretty for a spring wedding or if you were looking for long sleeves this swingy style is fun.

They set out to save rainforests — and stumbled upon a way to help prevent the world’s next deadly pandemic. (ProPublica)

Equilibria is turning 4 and I have a code for 20% off (new and existing customers!). Use code jessannkirby for an extra 20% off. My absolute must haves are the Rapid Calming Melts, Sleep Gummies, Daily Gummies, and Recovery Roll-On. My Dad just had surgery on his shoulder and was RAVING about the Recovery Roll-On for pain relief.

A new real estate trend! Lifestyle managers in apartment buildings are hosting mezcal classes and meditation hour at the city’s amenity-packed bubble buildings. (Curbed)

Lots of praise in the community for one of my fave recommendations, Innersense Shampoo and Conditioner.

Author, CEO, and lawyer Meena Harris explains why the word “ambitious” may no longer serve the women who seek it out. (Marie Claire)

“In 2021, deaths of pregnant women soared by 40 percent in the United States, according to new government figures. Here’s how one family coped after the virus threatened a pregnant mother.” (NYTimes)

The Boden girls dresses for spring are so cute (and currently 25% off). This is one of my favorites. -Jess

Holy moly, I just started watching the Murdaugh Murders: A Southern Scandal—it’s unbelievable what these people got away with. –Caylin

How to help young people limit screen time, and feel better about how they look. (NPR)

Imagine taking out the garbage being interrupted by a call from Oprah who’s calling to tell you she loved your book?! (NYTimes)

File this under horrific news. Twenty-one South Carolina GOP lawmakers propose death penalty for women who have abortions. (Rolling Stone)

This is pretty cool. Universal Standard is now showing their clothing styled on models in every size from 00-40.

In a surprise to no one, some influencers are rethinking how they share their kids online, and the kids who’ve been posted online are begging lawmakers to do something to protect them. (Teen Vogue)


The American government gives the most help to those who need it least. How America manufactures poverty. (The New Yorker)

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