Happy Sunday from the airport in Puerto Rico. I’m currently on my way back to Chicago after 17 days of travel. I spent the first 10 days in Paris, and one week sailing in the British Virgin Islands for my 40th birthday. I am looking forward to a proper shower and sleeping in my own bed. Most of all, I cannot wait to see my best buddy, Henri. I hope you all are having a great Easter/Passover weekend. Grab your coffee and croissants (or matzah if you celebrate) and join me for this week’s links I love.
Heading to Europe for the first time? You might find this article helpful.
I bought this Capucine navy cardigan from Sézane while in Paris. Chicago doesn’t warm up for a while and I thought this was a great layering piece for the transition.
Wedding dress trends from NY fashion week. This is the next wedding task to tackle. I have plans to shop with my friend Jennifer who is an expert in the business. Via NYT
The mask mandate on planes has been extended once again find out the new expiration date here.
I am crushing on this system tote from Cuyana. I have so many of their bags and they last for years. This is a great investment piece.
If you want to get a jump start on Mother’s Day shopping. I have a code for Monica Vinader for 25%. Use MOTHERSDAY25-C1F1 at checkout.
Kitchenaid just released a new attachment you will want to use all summer long. This is on my list behind the pasta attachment I have had my eye on.
A simple change to your diet may help those who suffer from migraines. I am willing to try this. Thankfully, my migraines have been more manageable in the past couple of years by knowing my triggers and having a consistent sleep routine. Via NYT
My friend Danielle wrote a great post on how bloggers make money. In case you were curious!
All eyes are on the election in France later this month. Here is a breakdown via NYT.
I lucked out without having a birthday that falls during the holiday. Once Passover is over, I will make another Dorie carrot cake which has become a yearly tradition.
The ideal daily routine for dogs. This is so helpful for new dog owners. I am fully on board with having a great routine that keeps Henri happy.
The dreamiest backyard wedding. This article shared so much of what I am looking for in my own wedding but with a few less people
This Boden swimsuit has quickly become a favorite. I bought it in a 6 in the blue navy color. It is so flattering especially if you have a larger chest. It has sold out in a lot of colors but I did snag a pink version to try. I wish I would have bought it in black.
12 of the best small towns in Italy. Researching for summer.
I read The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo in less than a day while I was on the boat. It was so good, I was sad I read it so fast because I only brought one book. (yes, it really was that good)
This Madewell hat was one of the MVPs of my BVI trip. I wore it every day and it was perfect. It’s under $40
The benefits of sourdough bread. I am a fan. I have never made it but prefer to buy it from a local bakery in Chicago.
I am torn between Ina Garten and Dorie Greenspan
I recently saw this polka dot halter dress from Ann Taylor on another blogger and fell in love with it. This would be such a fun summer dress for a wedding or travel.
There have been lots of questions on sizing on this Reformation dress I wore here. It runs true to size. I got a 4. It does arrive wrinkled in the mail so a good steam is all you need to get it looking fresh.
Want a timeless kitchen? Avoid these 5 mistakes.
Engagement ring trends for 2022 Mine is a classic and passed down from my grandmother
This striped tiered maxi dress from Madewell is adorable! Adding it to my wish list.
Nancy Meyers signs a deal with Netflix to produce a comedy (the news we have all been waiting for)
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