What You Loved the Most in March

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I am a stats girl all the way. I love looking at my stats and seeing what is trending and what is not. I really dive into these stats on ways to make the blog better for all of you.

In 5 years, I have taken one paid post opportunity which is a brand that I already bought, used, and loved. My photography, The Print Shop is my main form of income. I do make a tiny bit of commission from affiliate links. I call this my coffee and croissant money because that is what it comes out to. Henri would call it his treat money. There is no cost to you for using my links to purchase items. The retailer gives me a small percentage of the sale as a lead for sending you.

I believe in what I share with you and your trust as a reader is so important. These top 5 items were collected from my stats on what you loved the most. Thank you for your support! xo

Dermalogica Microfoliant

A few months ago, I purchased Vitamin C serum from Dermalogica and this scrub came in the package as a sample. I used this for years a while back and eventually left it off my skincare routine. The sample reminded me how much I loved it and the results on my skin. I purchased the full size from Nordstrom. The product is a powder base when mixed with water becomes a scrub. It is gentle enough to use daily. I do mine in the shower. Keeping your skin smooth and free of dead skin cells helps serums and lotions absorb faster into the skin. There are two versions of this microfoliant, the one I chose helps fight against pollution and the environment which is key to living in a big city. This also helps with anti-aging. I am so happy you love it as much as I do.

Phew. Who knew I could write so much about a scrub. But since I know it was one of your favorite things of March, I may not be alone.

Target Frames

It probably helped that this set of 9 piece frame set was on major sale for over a week. It was marked down to $24 instead of the usual $40. The price is still great at $40 for 9 10×10 frames with mat. I found these last year when I launched my Year in Paris calendar as an inexpensive framing option. The calendar images can be cut to 5×5 images and framed to hang all together using these frames.

Paper and Cities on Etsy

I first discovered this account on Instagram and was happy to see they had an Etsy shop. You can shop their beautiful designs that ship from London. This is a great way to support a small business.

Vuori Sweatshirt

Comfort was still important in March. I discovered Vuori last year through different influencers who shared the brand. I ordered my first pair of sweatpants last year and now it is my go-to gift. I am trying to convince my sister and brother in law they need a pair. They wash well and hold up great over time and they are so soft. I was thrilled to see Nordstrom had a sweatshirt in my favorite shade of pink. This one was a reader favorite and most of the sizes have now sold out. It is available in most sizes in black and grey which are great classic options.

Gaspard Sézane Vest

The Gaspard Sweater is one of my favorite pieces in my closet. I currently own two colors the pale pink and black and rotate whenever I have a zoom call or online work event. It is the perfect sweater for year-round which explains why it is a reader favorite and best seller. You can wear the buttons on the front or the back. It works great with a pair of jeans or over a cami with a skirt or dress to keep warm. It isn’t a heavy sweater so it is best as a layering piece. This is a classic sweater Sézane will be keeping for years. They continue to add new colors each season. The sweater runs a bit bigger than the rest of Sézane sizing but I still go with my usual small. Since I have a longer torso it is perfect.

P.S. If you loved this post, you will also enjoy What you Loved Most in February. 

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