Weekly Reads and Finds

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The weather was glorious today. I know it was a fluke but it felt like early fall which allowed me to wear the dress over jeans trend that is back.

I was also able to run errands (by foot) without overheating which was nice.

Now I have all the windows open airing everything out before it goes back to hot tomorrow.

If you missed it, I published a Scandinavian Street Style Fall Capsule yesterday that was fun. It is such a visually interesting style.

Not quite as visually interesting as the Tokyo Street Style. That’s just fantastic.

The only new thing I bought this week is a pair of vintage men’s Levi’s off of Poshmark. She hasn’t shipped them yet which is super annoying since it’s been 4 days, but I hope to get them next week some time.

Aside from that, not much new. I am trying to get shit figured out before school starts back after Labour Day, and trying to get sleeping schedules back under control which isn’t easy.

I’m currently watching The Lost City with Sandra Bullock, and it is actually pretty funny. A nice entertaining watch that I needed.

Weekly Reads and Some Videos:

Robert Reich’s UC Berkeley Class on Wealth & Poverty

Extreme Minimalist movie posters

Okay, this is really good. Josh Harmon creates the foley sounds for a short clip of Snoopy making a pizza using bubble wrap, a balloon, and a stapler.

Scientists Should Stop Naming Species after Awful People

These Thai Railway Safety Posters are almost as good as the vintage Dutch Safety Posters that I shared before.

Sylvia Robinson, the Mother of Hip-Hop

iMac at 25: a visual history of Apple’s iconic all-in-one computer

A forthcoming book from Mary Beard: Emperor of Rome: Ruling the Ancient Roman World. This is very exciting to me because I absolutely love her Ancient Rome documentaries and lectures on Youtube.

The Rise of “Europecore” is Peak American Escapism

On the Difficulty of Getting Rid of Books

The Most Loved And Hated Brands From Around The World, Mapped

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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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