Happy Friday friends and welcome to March! Ah, the year officially feels like it’s going fast now. Eek. But I’m excited for what’s to come – spring is around the corner and many a cool project is on the horizon, but I have to wait to spill the beans a bit.
For now, I’ve just been having so much fun getting back out into the world in 2018 (Portland, LA, and of course out and about in San Francisco). That’s why I’m thrilled to welcome Everlane’s first SF retail store to my hood. She’s big, she’s lovely and she’s going to be my shopping achilles heel. But it is high time I refresh my closet – since I really haven’t done that since giving birth nearly three(!) years ago. Everlane you’re one nice lookin’ Friday find. Continue to scroll for the rest.
Loving the vibe in the dressing rooms. Prett-ay, prett-ay, prett-ay good.
Did you know $5 from every purchase of a piece from Everlane’s 100% Human Collection go to benefit either the ACLU or Equality Now? So into it.
This sweet boutique is at 461 Valencia Street in the heart of the Mission and its doors officially open tomorrow, March 3, so if you’re in the Bay Area go get thyself some new ethically produced basics (if you’re not here you can always shop online). And if you can’t shop this weekend, here are some other links to keep you busy!
> Do you remember the lovely December gathering I threw with California Closets as a reminder to take time and make space for what matters most? Well, we made a rurl purdy video about it and it’s live now!
> And my pantry made its national debut on California Closets gorgeous new website!
> The home tour and discussion of motherhood with glamazon Tylynn Nguyen has me wanting to kick my lulu lemons to the curb and get my badass mama on.
> I’m also loving this NY Times interactive feature on Motherhood. Yes, it should be an official title and hence capitalized.
> Cassandra has me craving all the warm wood.
> Need a personal pep talk? Yeah ya’ do.
And what you might have missed around here:
> What if having an “unfinished home” was something we celebrated?
> And if you follow me on Twitter and appreciate my political leanings, then you might really appreciate this article. Fair warning, it’s a doozy.