I finished Love Does on Good Friday at the pool by myself and it was probably the sweetest and best use of my time in a long time. I had a really stressful week and it was exactly what I needed. I'm probably going to read it several more times. It's just good. Highly recommend.
I watched the Eloise documentary over the weekend and it was very interesting. Whether you are a fan of Eloise or not, it's worth a watch. It's short and I found it to be quite thought provoking in terms of how jealousy can so easily creep in and destroy things.
The new Delta Rae album is out. It's great and on repeat. Delta Rae is a band from Durham and they are killing it. They are also on Late Night with Seth Meyers tomorrow night, so check that out.
Coffee table books are one of my favorite things to collect. Even better are books I actually want to read that can double as decor when I'm done with them. I think you can tell a lot about a person by the books on their shelves and tables, I guess that's why my coffee table is currently cluttered with Vogue and Garden&Gun. Below are some new reads I'm eyeing.
I love Tina and Amy. Tina's book, Bossypants, is one of my faves and I'm sure Yes Please will not disappoint.
Because Andy Cohen's got the 411.
NPH has released a Choose Your Own Autobiography which I find both refreshing and overwhelming. Either way I'm intrigued.
The new Kate Spade book. This green is perfect and I want it.
I feel like this last one is so necessary. Is there anything TB doesnt do?
"OK, from now on we're alternating Cindy Crawford's "Aerobicise" and "Buns of Steel", and reading one non-school book a week." - Cher, Clueless
Raleigh, NC girl with a passion for all things style.