Happy Friday

Happy Friday everyone! We made it through another work week and it feels good. I can’t believe March has gone by so quickly, normally it is the slowest month of the year for me. This year, however, it has flown by and it already Easter next weekend. I hope you all have also had a fun and relaxing month, and are excited for all the new adventures that will come this Spring. I found a few things on the internet that excited me this week. Did you? If so please share in the comments!

Tea at Kensington Palace

My dad sent me these cartoons earlier in the week and I’ve enjoyed reading them. They are light hearted and relatively uplifting, the perfect accompaniment to a morning cup of coffee or tea. 

I have been in home decorating mode lately, especially since we moved, and have been re-inspired by pinterest. I hadn’t really used the site at all since the wedding, but these past few weeks I have really loved scrolling through looking for recipes and home decor ideas, not to mention style and beauty inspiration. You can follow me through the social link at the top of the page. Has anyone else felt the same way? 

Speaking of Pinterest, I love all the pins by Victoria Elizabeth Barnes. If you’ve never read her blog, it’s about her and her husband renovating their Victorian home and every blog is laugh out loud hilarious. I highly recommend starting with the piece about the kingdom mirror post.  

There are some goods sales this weekend. It’s a big gift with purchase week at Lilly Pulitzer! I love the garment bag and the luggage tag - so fun. I’m also in love with the new pink and green print, strapless shift, interchangeable sandals, and beachcomber earrings. Spring is here, so Lilly weather has begun! (btw- J.Crew is still doing 10-15% off! You can shop some of their affordable tees in my post from yesterday)

Finally, if anyone is looking to purchase second hand luxury bags they should read about this Chanel lawsuit first. You can definitely find authentic pieces in second hand stores, but it’s important to remember that it’s a buyer beware market and you need to really do your research first.