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The Sunday Brief 10/23

October 23, 2016

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Drooling Over // …. my new go-to baby gift. Have them. Love them. Buy 2 for back up and moms who are really behind on laundry.

Wine + Chocolate // Both of these together. Occupying one space. This is very tempting.

Bootie Disaster //  <— That was the subject of an email I got from a reader this week! You can only imagine – leather booties + peanut oil….there may have been tears. Add this to cart to avoid a potentially devastating experience. Same thing happened with my favorite booties this week too! Thankfully it was only water so I proceeded to dunk the entire shoe in water (insert monkey-covering-eyes emoji). Actually, though, it worked. Can’t say the same for the peanut oil.

Pumpkin Hack // Sometimes I even surprise myself. Came up with this method of seed separation without any help from Google. I know. Impressive….

Restocked(!!!) // Reader favorite necklace was just restocked and now available in loads of colors. Makes a great girlfriend/sister/mom gift. You can get 20% off this weekend with code: ADAY (actually, all full priced stuffs are included in this promo!)

Say Cheese // Your guide to dressing the family for holiday photos and/or parties.

How ‘Bout Them Candy Apples // Could these be any cuter? And easier on your teeth…..

On Trend // I’ll leave it to the pro’s, but loving this new nail trend.

High Times // All time favorite yoga pant. I wore these in 1st and 2nd trimester (great fit because they are high rise) AND love them even better post partum. Warm too.

Fall in a Bowl // Yum. This is on the menu this week. And this soup looks amazing. Cold weather, bring it.

And that’s all I’ve got.

Happy Sunday,

Lindsey

  • Keesha
    October 23, 2016 at 9:45 am

    I had a similar experience with my precious booties and some butter. First time I wore them. I had searched for those Lucky booties everywhere and finally found them. Had two lines across my right foot (and I had protected them with spray). I used baby powder – sprinkled it over the stain, rubbed it in for a few seconds and brushed it off. Worked great and the stain is gone!

    • Elizabeth
      October 23, 2016 at 1:40 pm

      I am the one with the peanut oil disaster! Lindsey sent me a link to a tip about rubbing corn starch on the oil so I am trying that as we speak. It seems to be working! Thank you!

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