Hope you had a wonderful weekend! Mine was more on the relaxing and productive side, which was just what the doctor ordered. It’s been a while since I’ve rounded up my favorite links on the web so some of these are pretty old! Never the less, though, they were inspiring to me at one point over the the last few weeks so I still want to share in case you haven’t seen, read, etc. 🙂
Have a great week! xo
Can’t get enough of Carly’s trip to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. I went on a trip to Orlando to see it right after I graduated college and it was absolutely incredible, but it was just when the first section was open. I think a trip back is in order!
Hallie’s pastel outfit is making me never want summer to end!
Absolutely loving this scalloped tank top!
Not your typical blog content, but I really enjoyed reading Julia’s 7 Steps to Organize Your Finances. So important!
Only one more day to save in the Ann Taylor Friends & Family Sale! (Promotion ends Monday night.) Since I posted about it, I found this suede bag and I’m OBSESSED. Only $70 with code FRIENDS40! (Comes in navy, olive, oxblood, and black!)
Obviously I am lightyears away from pregnancy, but I really loved reading this refreshing post from Liz. 5 Things I Didn’t Know About Pregnancy Liz, a fellow Chicago blogger, is due on October 3rd (which was actually my mom’s due date with me!) and I can’t wait to meet her and her husband’s little bundle of joy. They’re keeping the gender a total surprise, which I think is so awesome. I don’t think I would be able to handle the suspense!
I found this orange & blue striped coatigan (one part coat/outerwear, one part cardigan) over the weekend and just had to buy it for Illini games this fall!
Consider this the ultimate #GetYourShitTogether List! 25 Things to Master Before Age 30
Can’t get enough of the fall colors from Essie!
Lots of links from Carly today. My friend, Carly, just moved to Connecticut from NYC so this post really spoke to me. She summed up her reasons for leaving far more eloquently that I ever could have. Everything from it just “feeling normal” once you’re gone, to absolutely loving New York and recommending it to everyone that has the itch, and just feeling like you can really breath… A must-read!
PS: I feel like I kind of owe you guys an update about how I’m liking life in Chicago. That’s literally the first thing anyone asks me these days. That, or “Do you miss New York?!” I’m assuming if everyone (real life from friends, strangers, and work acquaintances) has these questions, you might, too. Feel free to leave any specific questions below and I’ll start working on a follow-up blog post about my first few months in Chicago. 🙂