Monday Memo No. 49
A few things that have made life tastier, cuter, and far more organized lately.
So...this whole “having a baby” thing is kind of interfering with rooftop cocktail season, so I was thrilled to receive this book as a gift recently. I can already tell the creative concoctions within are going to keep me company (and keep me hydrated) all summer. The “strawberry thyme cooler” is first at bat...
Very exciting news for fans of Sarah Flint (which should be everyone)! The brand is launching the “Perfect Sandal” tomorrow which (a) is gorgeous, and (b) has the same incredible footbed padding and arch support as their famous “Perfect Pumps.” What was that? You were worried about how to keep your feet cute and happy all summer? It’s handled. Check back here first thing tomorrow for the full low-down on these beauties.
Do you ever feel like everything is just… a lot? If the sight of your socks/underwear/belts/scarves drawer is one of those overwhelming moments, these honeycomb organizers are about to give you instant Marie Kondo vibes. They’re perfect for anything that’s difficult or just plain annoying to fold and keep orderly.
Has anyone else noticed how much cuteness H&M has had going on lately? I can’t be the only one with 10 tabs open to their online store. I will be living in this sweet little sundress all summer (it’s not a maternity dress, but appears to be very bump-friendly!), and I’m eyeing these adorable bow sandals, too.
Quick suggestion—hop into Nordstrom’s Apple Watch Band offerings. I think you’re going to be pretty glad you did. I am gravitating toward this polka dot option, but there are so many to choose from. If you still think you have to be stuck with the band that comes in the box, get caught up on these major advancements in accessories.
Your eyes aren’t deceiving you. There is, in fact, a new Jonathan Adler home decor collection on Amazon at affordable, and thusly very exciting prices. Fans of sophisticated whimsy are about to add to cart with record breaking speed, and I’m right there with ‘em. There is so much to explore and it’s also such a great source of inspiration.