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Happy Fridayyyyyy. It’s an absolutely beautiful day here on the island and I am about to head over to my cousin’s house to get ready for her wedding this afternoon. Last night’s rehearsal dinner was beautiful (some photos on Instagram stories) and the dress I wore from Anthro was a hit. I’ll share more in a post next week but it’s perfect if you have any fall weddings on the calendar (also 20% off this weekend for Anthroperks members). Tomorrow is also the first official day of fall, yay. We’re all just relishing in that perfect New England September weather right now. 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…

You know those jobs that seem to serve no purpose? Welcome to the bullshit job boom.

Bring this custard tart to a friends house for after dinner and they’ll love you forever.

If you want to participate in this month’s book club, here is what we are reading.

How to train your brain to get what you want.

This essay on how to exercise in just a sports bra for the every woman is amazing.

I recently started taking these probiotics from RMS beauty and I am convinced they’ve helped my skin and health in general. They are also great for travel because they don’t require refrigeration.

Once again, I’m late to the party, but I was blown away by Beauty Counter’s foundation (my shade is linen-yellow undertones). It’s lightweight, has beautiful coverage, lasts ALL day (seriously) and it’s CLEAN. Yay. (J)

Have you bought Chrissy Teigen’s newest cookbook? It’s out! In the book, she includes some of her favorite food spots.

Have you seen Farrow & Ball’s new colors? De Nimes is my favorite.

I have been LIVING in these suede booties. They capture fall’s Western trend without being too much. Perfect for everyday wear and they are so comfortable. (J)

A must read from Mary on the best stain removers (anyone else wear white and immediately spill something on it)?

Locals, have you been out to the new shop at Weatherlow Farms? It stocks fresh flowers, meats, bone broth and a bunch of other delicious items.

Shattering the myth that it’s always the girlfriends/wife/woman’s fault.

Take look at this stunning hotel in Greece because I’m in desperate need of a vacation and need something to daydream about. (C)

Here’s what happens when you quit social media for forty days.

Have you guys heard about Paintbox in NYC? There nail art designs are on point.

My skin is always a mess during that summer to fall transition, this is a great post from Grace about how to detox your skin at the end of summer.

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  1. thanks for including me! XOX

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