Links I Love Week 37

Happy Sunday! I hope you are having a great weekend. My dad is visiting Chicago. It’s great to have him here. He watches football while I work on Sunday links, and Henri is napping. 

The 2024 calendars launched for presale this week. I have always done a special pricing week before launch to understand the inventory count to order. The price will go up this week to regular pricing. This is a great way to support the blog and all the valuable content I provide throughout the year. 

Thank you so much for all of your presale orders! I am so grateful to every one of you!

Grab your coffee and croissants, and join me for links I love. 

4 dreamy Paris houses that will make you want to move there 

Dominique Crenn arrives in Paris with a new restaurant, Golden Poppy via CN Traveler 

This favorite French pastry chef is building an empire via WSJ and may require a subscription 

How to get an emergency same-day passport via Afar 

Four new hotel spas to explore. One of them is in Paris 😉 via FT

Anthropologie is already in holiday mode. The shop is open, and I have only had a quick look. I need to pull my favorites and prep my holiday roundup. Two items I wanted to share that caught my eye quickly are adorable Paris and CHICAGO glasses. (this is a first) Also, this bistro mug has a holiday look. I use the R one almost daily if my husband hasn’t grabbed it first. 

Ina Garten’s 14 favorite spots to eat in Paris 

My Monica Vinader friendship bracelet is back in stock. Save 20% off with code REBECCA20

Cravan, a Paris cocktail bar with a music kiosk on the roof via WWD

I am crushing on this color block sweater from Vince Camuto that is under $100. I love the multiple colorways. 

A tradition going strong: brides who take their husband’s names. It’s such an interesting read. As I got married later in life, I am keeping my last name. It does get tricky when we travel and go to social events.via NYT

Lupin Part 3 is coming out in October. It’s the perfect time to watch some of Part 2. I can’t wait! Thanks Amy for the heads up. 

Café Selmarie, a Lincoln Square bakery gem, is closing after four decades. Stop in and support them for the remainder of the year. 

I bought these shoes for my husband last year, and he is finally starting to wear them this fall. They run tts. They look so good and instantly pull him together for meetings at the office. 

This week’s best sellers include the Merit eyeshadow, which almost sold out. I told you it was good! 

Why a Parisian wine bar and ice cream parlor might need to hire a bouncer via NYT

This coat from Banana Republic is beautiful. It comes in 3 colors, but I love the white the best. Fully on board with an ivory coat this year. Plus, it’s 40% off with Banana Republic Friends and Family. 

Group travel etiquette. How to split a bill at a restaurant via CN Traveler 

How to Find Cheap Flights for Thanksgiving 2023, According to Experts

This fair isle sweater is dreamy. The colors are beautiful for fall.

Here’s How To Rethink Boredom (And What To Do When You’re Bored)

It’s Dermalogica’s Friends and Family sale, which only happens twice a year. I swear by this exfoliant and use it daily in the shower. 

Stanley Tucci talks Italy, Instagram, and his new cookware line via AD

A classic Chicago French restaurant closes indefinitely after a kitchen fire 

J.Crew is offering 40% off select items for Passport members. I rounded up all my favorites here. 

If you are more of a Madewell fan, they also have a fall sale: 25% off and 30% off for Madewell icons. Sale favorites are here. I am a big fan of their jeans and ordered two pairs, which should be here by Monday. 

The Everyday Magic Of Noticing

A Paris apartment with a minimalist approach to Art Deco via AD

I squeezed in a mani/pedi this week and chose this red. It’s the perfect red and the hot color for fall.

Open Books, Open Minds

Notre Dame rebuild chief says spire will be back in place before Paris Olympics.

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  1. Great round up of links this week. I especially enjoyed The Everyday Magic of Noticing and Open Books, Open Minds. I don’t always get to the “links” early in the day on Sunday, but I never delete your email from my inbox until I have a chance to read through the links. Thank you for some great reads.