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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 10.03.20
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WE HAVE BEEN a little light on the articles this last week as we’re in the midst of a few (all-consuming) projects, one of which has been revealed in the links below, and another that will be soon but is still in the finishing up phase, which, as you know, can drag on a bit. It’s been warm and springlike here, filled with blossoming branches, bright yellow daffodils along the river, and warm, golden sunshine. This weekend we Skyped with family far away said hello to their three-month old baby. It was really lovely to see them again and made us think about how liking people’s photos on social media is not really keeping up with them and is definitely not the same as actually speaking with them and finding out how they’re doing. We have also been realising how lucky we are to be able to do what we do here at TIG everyday, to have our time to our ourselves, and tonight, while doing something mundane like making cups of tea, I realised that I was happy.

This week’s links include the exquisite Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna and the Suite Coco Chanel at The Ritz; frill collar shirts, the perfect tote, and much, much more.

xo,

{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :

 

* Places: Schoenbrunn Palace, Vienna

* For spring days: this Double Layer Trench & this perfect Wicker Bag

* Texture and Light: A Photographer’s Own Family House in the Netherlands

* At the Office: this Ruffled Denim Shirt & pretty Gold Bracelet

* Introducing: a brand new project that we’ve been working on!

* In the kitchen: floral salad plates & these blush coupe glasses

* A Glimpse into the Suite Coco Chanel at The Ritz Paris

* For spring days: this Cotton Frill Collar Shirt & this Gold Ellipsis Ring

* What Does ‘Social Distancing’ Really Mean?

* Things we love: a perfect white tote & this amazing-smelling candle

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