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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 04.02.18
@aptlafayetteparis

JANUARY IS a tricky month, for everywhere, we’ve been hearing how most thought it lasted forever, that’s how slowly it passed. For us, strangely, it flew by, despite our doing Dry January and trying our best to stick to our (rather ambitious) new year’s resolutions. (We were successful on both counts, am happy to report). It was the month we also changed around our entire house, moving the master bedroom to the back, the office to front and simply rearranging everything. It is actually amazing how much these changes have made to our level or productivity and overall mood. It was the month we also bought three more houseplants, almost as a response to these brisk winter days. And now, with flourishing plants and an all new vibe in our space, we’re ready to take on anything that comes our way…

This week’s links include a villa in Santo Sospir on the tip of Cap Ferrat; belted trenches and wicker handbags; a new designer at The Shop and much, much more.

xo,

{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :

 

* Santo Sospir: The Tattooed Villa [Miss Moss]

* At the Office: this Pleated Midi Dress & perfect Dusky Pink Suede Clutch

* Nature Redescribed: The Work of Vija Celmins [The Paris Review]

* For warmer days to come: this Belted A-Line Trenchcoat & this chic Wicker Bag

* Peek Inside Grace Coddington’s Charming Wainscott Cottage [Architectural Digest]

* At The Shop: Introducing Aranar [shop.thisisglamorous.com]

* Vintage Muse du Jour: Rediscovering Chelo Alonso, Cuba’s Answer to Marilyn [Messy Nessy]

* For your next adventure: this Slate Pintucked Cotton-Poplin Dress & these Pearl Earrings

* The people who moved to Chernobyl [BBC]

* In the Kitchen: this Pink Glass Pitcher & this Marble Serving Tray

 
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