FRIDAY FAVES – Lust List – September

September 8, 2023

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With fall rolling in we thought it would be fun to share some of our top picks in home, style, beauty & wellness. So grab a PSL, light a spiced candle and curl up with a chunky throw blanket. Happy shopping!

1. Blanket | 2. Wine Glasses | 3. Reusable Bag | 4. Boot Brush

Home : 

  1. Harrison Blanket: Can’t think of a better way to start adding some cozy elements to the home than adding some chunky, textured blankets throughout the home.
  2. Argini Colored Wine Glasses: I love these wine glasses all year round!  But, we’ve been needing to get some beautiful glassware for the office and I think these are just the ticket.
  3. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Bag: Fully planning on enjoying the last few weeks of our local farmers market.  Cute bags help!
  4. Boot Brush: Rain is right around the corner, which means messy shoes.  I found the cutest way ever to knock that grime off your shoes!

1. Sweatshirt | 2. Sweater Wrap Dress | 3. High Waist Flares | 4. Square Toe Boots | 5. Leather Chucks | 6. Sweater Dress | 7. Sequin High Waist Trousers | 8. Cashmere Sleeveless Sweater

Style : 

  1. Varley Woven Sweatshirt: This sweatshirt has amazing hand.  Chic and cozy… It’s a winner.
  2. Diane von Furstenburg Wool & Cashmere Sweater Dress: Classic and timeless.  The perfect investment piece.
  3. Veronica Beard High Waist Flares: Who doesn’t need an amazing neutral pair of slacks in their transitional wardrobe?
  4. Jeffrey Campbell Geist Boot: Need to add a warm brown boot to my wardrobe because brown is so hot right now! 
  5. Chuck 70 Leather : These have been a bit challenging to come by.  I love converse hightops – always have, always will.  With rain on the horizon, leather is just a better choice for this girl. 
  6. Staud Mixed Media Sweater Dress: Cozy, yet gives a little leg??  Always – yes. 
  7. Reiss Sequined High Waist Trouser: Because I’m a believer in always having a super special piece in your closet just because.
  8. Reformation Sleeveless Sweater: An easy and elevated transition piece.

1. Jan Marini Skincare | 2. Ritual Vitamins | 3. Stanley Tumbler | 4. Silk Sleep Mask | 5. Sara Happ Lip Slip | 6. Bath Soak | 7. Eye Shadow Palette | 8. Zuvi Hair Dryer

Beauty & Wellness: 

  1. Jan Marini Skincare System: I swear by this skincare regime.  It makes it simple and easy for me to follow the steps and I definitely up the commitment when the cooler months roll around.  The tinted sunscreen is top notch!
  2. Ritual Womens Multi-Vitamin with D3:  Living in the Pacific Northwest, packing in additional vitamin D is vital.  This vitamin is loaded with all the good stuff.
  3. Stanley 40 oz. Tumbler: Let’s be honest, staying hydrated can be a challenge.  Two of these a day and you’re golden.  These babies are everywhere – FOR A REASON.  They get the job done.
  4. Drowsy Sleep Mask : Getting great sleep is important throughout the whole year, but for myself this part of the year always seems the most critical.  Mentally adjusting to the darker time of the year can be a struggle, but everything is more manageable when well rested.  This mask is a dream, but I left my last one at a hotel on my last trip, so it’s time for a new one.
  5. Sara Happ Lip Slip: When rolling into cooler weather, I never leave home without this stuff.  Time to re-up the supply!
  6. Milk & Honey Bath Soak: The best part of the sun dropping a little earlier these days is getting back into a relaxing bath regime.  I live for a Sunday evening bath with decadent bath salts, some bubbles, and a nice candle!
  7. Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette: I wear very, very little makeup during the summer, but I actually do love subtle, pretty makeup.  This time of year, I like to indulge in a new eye shadow palette and the warm tones of this particular palette have certainly peaked my interest.
  8. Zuvi Hair Dryer: With the dryer months ahead, this gem will likely be one of the first items to wind up in my cart.  I’ve done my research and read a million reviews… And because no one really loves dry or brittle hair, I think it’s time to pull the trigger.

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