Weekly Roundup

February 8, 2019

Meghan Donovan of wit & whimsy in a Mackage Coat and Loeffler Randall Boots

Happy Friday you guys! This week featured a lot of plans and therefore short windows of time to get things done. It was a good and productive one though and tonight I’m excited for the plans to continue as I’m heading to the ballet tonight! I mentioned in this post I had wanted to do it and then a sweet reader reached out letting me know about a special Art Series they do with an art exhibit and discounted tickets. I nabbed two when they went on sale and am so grateful for her insider info! I also have plans with my friend Alicia while she is in town this weekend and a baby shower so it’s going to be a busy but fun weekend!

This week’s roundup is a big one! I hope you enjoy it and your weekend!

WHAT I DID THIS WEEK:

  • Watched the Netflix series “7 Days Out” and was amazed at the episode on Chanel’s Haute Couture show. It was amazing and I almost cried seeing the work and dedication that goes into the beautiful garments and the runway show itself. Highly recommend it!
  • Saw the Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen again. I couldn’t love it more. If you have the opportunity to see it, I can’t recommend it enough.
  • Caught up with Carly over sweets at Laduree and a visit to the Frick Collection. The museum is beautiful and it had been a while since my last visit. (And pro-tip they do “pay what you wish” hours on Wednesday afternoons!)
  • Shot some photos I’m very excited to share. They were taken at a place I’ve wanted to shoot at for years but always shied away from.

READ + LOOK + LOVE:

SHOP AND LOOK LONGINGLY:

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4 comments on “Weekly Roundup”

  1. wow, thanks for posting that feature about Dan Mallory (A.J. Finn), the author of “The Woman in the Window” — it was FASCINATING. I really loved the book, and this article about him was just eye-opening.

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