Brooklyn-based Liz Libré not only creates beautiful textiles herself — like radish sheets! — but also has a way of pulling together outfits that feel as dynamic as she is. “Great design and durability is the sweet spot for me,” she says. Here, the mother of three reveals five ensembles she wears on repeat…
After five years of our enduring the impetuous behavior of Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna, the end of Girls has come. Frankly, I’m a little sad about it. They were like sisters-in-law might be: I wouldn’t necessarily choose any of them as a friend and oh could they get under my skin, yet with time, I began to care about each of them. Hannah is not the one and only “voice of her generation,” but I believe that Girls will forever be a reference point for what it’s really like to struggle in your 20s. Here are 11 things I loved about the show (spoilers ahead)…
Where would you shop for maternity clothes? I wore a black long-sleeved Target shirt for 99% of my two pregnancies, but there are so many pretty, simple pieces these days. And it would be nice to feel like yourself during those nine months. Here are a few we’re into (no bows in sight!)…
(Top photo of a lovely Storq tank and skirt.)
Who would you want in the room while giving birth? For both our boys, I…
What are you up to this weekend? The boys are on spring break, so we are lucky enough to be in Austin visiting friends for a few days. It’s so gorgeous here, and so far we’ve had tacos for every meal. Hope you have a good one, and here are a few fun links from around the web…
This song is on repeat at our house right now.
A news anchor reacts delightfully after forgetting she’s on air.
Should airports have circular runways? This was weirdly fascinating.
“Seven things I wish I’d known before my divorce.”
I finally nabbed a copy of this funny book, and it makes my heart sing. I’d highly recommend it.
The most underrated place in each U.S. state. (Do you agree?)
A silky top that’s perfect for work and otherwise.
That’s it, Jeffery and Ina are officially adorable.
The trailer for Catastrophe’s Season 3.
Plus, two great reader comments:
Says Mel on traveling with kids: “My best tip is to travel with kids. The more they do it, they better they get at it.”
Says G. on first dates: “One of my favorite features is the Guardian’s Blind Date section. The newspaper sets up two strangers and sends them on a paid blind date, then publishes their responses to a quiz – it’s fun and fascinating, and the couples are super brave.”
Have a good one. xoxo