Happy first Friday of fall, everyone! I love today’s Friday Roundup as it features some new products I haven’t seen on the market before. ONE. I loveeeee this stainless steel copper pot. Cooking can also be pretty, no? TWO. Serena & Lily just introduced this Cambridge Liberty Sconce. Although it’s a bit pricey, especially if you want to incorporate two in a room like on either side of your bed, they are so worth the investment. THREE. This laurel leaf bowl is from Nate Burkus’ line for Target is a perfect way to display halloween candy. FOUR. Because everyone could use an extra throw. You can pick this one up for only $23.99. FIVE. I must have these gold salt and pepper shakers from West Elm. Have a lovely weekend! Xx
When I first discovered, this photo on Pinterest. I had to click through to find the image source. It was cool to discover it’s from one of Spain’s interior design magazines, Nuevo Estilo. It’s a great reminder to look beyond the US books to international magazines. Not only is it fun to take a peak at international design and trends overseas, but it’s so refreshing. I feel like we could really learn a thing or two from international designers. I particularly love how bold this home is utilizing different colors, patterns and textures in every single room. Are you obsessed as I am? Happy almost weekend!!
< images via Nuevo Estilo>
Ever since we’ve been experiencing cooler temps here in New York, it’s like a light switch that everyone wants to start shopping for fall. And how can we not? It’s hard not to pick up the latest merchandise hitting stores.
Today is dedicated to each and every one of my guy friends who have either sent me links in the past few weeks or have asked for my opinion on what they should buy for fall - this one is for you, fellas! I thought it would be easier to round up everything in one place so here you have it – the best of the best from sweaters and plaid shirts to chukkas and weekender bags. Take your pick & happy shopping! It’s kind of refreshing to post for guys around here, no? Xo. Lauren
Shirts/Sweaters: J.Crew Plaid Shirt // Bonobos Ging Crosby Shirt // Bonobos Washed Poplin Shirt //Bonobos Navy & White Stripe Flannel // Merino Wool Sweater // Threads for Thought Hoodie // Nordstrom Cotton & Cashmere Sweater // Hugo Boss Sweater // Vince Doublelayer Hoodie // Plancuf Sport Shirt // Nordstrom Regular Fit Shirt // Slim Fit Checkered Shirt // ‘Robbie’ Slim Fit Shirt // ‘Grayland’ Slim Fit Shirt // Organic Cotton Flannel Shirt // ’Thistle Island’ Classic Fit Shirt // Plaid Twill Shirt // ‘Persano’ Sweatshirt // Cashmere V-Neck Sweater // Trim Fit Heathered Hoodie
Outerwear: Jack Spade Barton Topcoat // Reversable Down Vest // Polo Ralph Lauren Big & Tall Buffalo Plaid Shirt Jacket // Wallace & Barnes Skiff Jacket // Canada Goose Vest // Polo Ralph Lauren Down Filled Hooded Gilet // Rodd & Gunn Puffer Vest // J. Lindberg Topcoat // Barbour ‘Tinford’ Quilted Jacket // North Face Puffer Jacket // Original Penguin Toggle Coat // Canli Wool & Cashmere Topcoat // Diesel Field Jacket // Cutter & Buck Quilted Jacket // John Varvatos Jacket
Shoes/Boots: Cole Haan Suede Chukka Boots // Mark McNairy Leather Boots // Sebago Chukka Boots // Frye ‘Tyler’ Boots // Johnston & Murphey Plain Toe Boot // Red Wing Moc Toe Boots // Clarks Suede Desert Boots // Red Wing Chukka Boots // Ferragamo Loafers // To Boot New York Penny Loafers // Magnanni Loafers
Pants/Jeans: Bonobos French Cords // Bonobos French Cords in Burgundy (must) // Sevens Bootcut Jeans // Bonobos French Cords in Graphite // AG ‘Graduate SUD’ Pants // Citizens Straight Leg Jeans // Bonobos Slim Tailored Brownstone // AG Tailored Straightleg Jeans // AG ‘Graduate’ Jeans // Hudson ‘Byron’ Jeans // Bonobos Chinos
Accessories/Duffles: Jack Spade Bristol Leather Weekender // Polo Ralph Lauren Belt // Canvas Leather Briefcase // Burberry Leather Wallet // Nordstrom Solid Cashmere Scarf // Deerskin Gloves // Wayfair Sunglasses // Red Plaid Scarf // Leather Belt // Astor Doriltan Briefcase // Leather Wallet // Novel Duffle Bag // 51mm Sunglasses