Weekly Reads and Finds

I had a craving for something sweet tonight and was going to order some Krispy Kreme but it was closed for delivery, so we ended up with Sweet Jesus instead.

I love the name of that place, it makes me laugh.

Super decadent milkshakes that will probably make me want to throw up from overindulgence coming here through delivery.

My bag arrived early this week, and I am thrilled about it. It’s really lovely, and you can see it here, in my monochrome outfit.

It’s pretty big, definitely not a small shoulder bag, but I like to have a collection of varying sizes in my bags.

I saw it on Rebag in a bright red-orange, and a green version. They are both fabulous.

I just had to tell my teen that the little binder that her 2001 American Girl doll came with is called a Trapper Keeper, and that the outfit she is wearing is something that I owned then.

She was like, “what the hell does trapper keeper mean?”

Weekly Reads and Some Videos:

In case you missed it, I posted a spring packing list yesterday, and a Colourful Capsule Wardrobe with 30 outfit ideas earlier this week.

A Visit to the World’s Oldest Hotel, Japan’s Nisiyama Onsen Keiunkan, Established in 705 AD

Picturing Pregnancy in Early Modern Europe. These pictures are terrifying.

Turns out that America’s most “recession-proof” business is…bookstores

Designing Women: An enlightenment project exploring the impact of women in design. It also aims to raise awareness of an ongoing gender imbalance in the design industry.

The Tenacious Women Reporters Who Helped Expose the Boston Strangler

How 99% of Ancient Literature Was Lost

Why Marie Antoinette’s Reputation Changes With Each Generation

A Wikipedia List of Unusual Deaths recorded throughout history

I’m not sure if I’d like a waterfall coming from my bed

The 11 Accessory Trends From Fall 2023 You’ll Actually Wear

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Sara is the founder and creative behind livelovesara. A George Brown College Fashion Styling Graduate, she provides advice on finding your personal style regardless of age and budget. She is always on the hunt for the perfect wardrobe piece and is a vintage and thrifting enthusiast who can't wait to share her newest finds. She is also trying to learn French.

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