Links I Love Week 42

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Links I Love Week 42

The world’s heaviness continued this week and has been a rollercoaster of emotions. I found myself awake in the middle of the night for hours. Talking and connecting with friends was a bright spot and has helped me navigate. Israel continues to be on my mind and in my heart. 💙

I have struggled with what to share here and on social media. Many of you have given me valuable feedback that you look forward to links I love. It is important to me to bring this tradition to you each week. Thank you for your continued support.

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

Why the internet isn’t fun anymore via The New Yorker 

Annie Leibovitz’s Upper West Side apartment is for sale via NYT

I have been fighting a rare blemish on my cheek this week. This spot treatment from Avène is reducing the size quickly. Use it daily until you know how your skin reacts because it has drying agents. 

The best time to eat dinner, according to Vogue 

I haven’t read the book yet, which is collecting dust on my nightstand, but I am enjoying the series of Lessons in Chemistry. How could you not love 6:30 the dog?! The episode where it is through his eyes is just the sweetest. 

How our food habits change as we age via NYT

Inside a 1960s Paris apartment that redefines French flair via Architectural Digest 

All the Light We Cannot See (one of my favorite books) makes its debut on Netflix in early November. The trailer can be found here. You still have time to read the book I read in 48 hours. It’s easy to read, and you won’t want to put it down. 

This week’s best sellers include Westman Atelier favorites from the Credo sale and a classic coat for fall. 

Fall dinner inspiration. I always struggle with new ideas, and this was helpful from Real Simple. 

Stroll, sip and dance through Paris in the footsteps of artistic giants. Here is where to find the magic. Via NYT

How Does The Color Of Your Clothing Affect Your Mood?

25 Best Worldwide Vacation Spots for Couples

Credo is having their friends and family sale with 20% off their clean beauty and makeup brands. I love Westman Atelier, and it is included in the sale. You can see all my favorites in this blog post. 

The five best new hotels in Paris

It’s butternut squash season. This is one of my favorite soup recipes that is easy and delicious. 

The health benefits of artichokes. If you can believe it, I didn’t eat them until this year on my birthday, and now I am obsessed with them. Also, my eating habits have changed a lot, and I am always searching for the health benefits of what I put in my body, so I especially loved this post. 

Jeanne Demas’s Guide to Paris: Her Favorite cafés and Vintage Shops 

Nike is 20% off some of their items, including these sneakers. I have a similar pair for walks with Henri; they are so comfortable. Dare I say they are better without socks?!

The best fall fashion trends from Paris. I loved writing this post! It was a lot of fun to scout trends while I was in Paris earlier this month, and I was able to find some of the trends at different retailers in the US. 

This wool cashmere coat from Banana Republic is stunning! 

Madewell has a less expensive coat option in two colors that is a best seller. I need to do a coat roundup soon. 

Can a candle proclaim your cool girl status?

I bought two Barbour scarves to decide between for fall, and I fell in love with both. One is smaller than the other, and each pairs well with my jacket nicely. 

Five habits to adopt in the morning to wake up in a better mood

I love these Waterproof boots from Cole Haan if you want a Chelsea Boot instead of an over-the-knee boot like the Blondo.

Do Migraine Glasses Really Work? We Ask The Experts At Zenni Optical

Why Some Travelers Put Sticky Notes in Their Passports — and What We Think You Should Do Instead

U.S. State Department Issues ‘Worldwide Caution’ Alert — What to Know

A Paris apartment filled with color from Elle Decor 

J.Crew has some beautiful new arrivals, including this sweater in grey, a topcoat in navy, and this cashmere oversized crew in red

Pearls – The favorite trend of French women will be everywhere in 2024

These ginger snap-colored loafers are too cute for sweater weather. 

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Is Launching a New Beauty Brand at Target

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  1. I love the comment made by one of your followers thanking you for “bringing us a sprinkle of magic” from France. Well said. We can never give up believing in and valuing the goodness and beauty in the world because it is still there. Receiving your posting and links are like getting smiles by email. Thanks, Rebecca.

    • Thank you, Shirley! You are a sprinkle of joy in my inbox 📥 I appreciate your photos and checking in. Lots of love to you! xo

  2. Thank you so much for your weekly inspirations. We need this right now! I love the grey jacket you’re wearing in the fall trends-do you have any recommendations for something similar in the US? TU

    • Hi Beth,

      Thank you! It’s a blazer from Sézane. If you hover over the image, you can click it to take you to the site. I can look for similar items for you if that doesn’t suit you. They ship to the US!

  3. Just as your heart is heavy, so is mine. Let us unite our prayers, even if it seems an impossible task, our hope, for peace. Our world is being torn apart by terror, hate and revenge. It really doesn’t have to be this way. ~ Teresa
    P. S. I so appreciate Everyday Parisian. Thank you!

    • Teresa,

      Thank you! I agree, we need prayers to unite and a lot of love right now for everyone in the world. I appreciate you too! xo Lots of love to you.

  4. Yes there is such heaviness in the world. I appreciate all the beauty and elegance you bring us. This week’s newsletter is sooooooo good! The butternut squash soup is getting made this week. Thank you for all the love and time you spend creating.

    • Thank you, Harriett! I really appreciate you and your sweet words. Please keep me posted how you like the butternut squash soup recipe!

  5. Hard not to feel the heaviness of all the sadness in the world, but please continue to bring us the little sprinkle of magic you find in France. We need to believe there is still goodness and beauty in the world.❤️

    • Thank you so much, Maureen! I really appreciate your support and kindness. I will continue to sprinkle the magic of France each week. See you Sunday in your inbox. xo