This weekend, I could use some retail therapy. I tend to fall back on a revolving slew of retailers for my Daily Hunt posts and am trying to come up with more fresh, fun sources. One chic and affordable fashion collection I often overlook is the Spanish brand, Mango. I just spent an hour pouring over their website and found SO many great pieces I think you all would love. Rather than sprinkle them throughout several Daily Hunt posts, I decided to put together this one big post with all my favorite Mango items. My shopping cart runneth over. Above, perfectly playful leopard heels.
Hello, my loves. Sadly, Simon and I learned this week that our second IVF attempt failed. The call from the nurse was devastating, but somehow a teeny bit easier than our first round of disappointment. Perhaps, amidst the heartbreak, we’re growing stronger. I still have faith that we’re meant to have a baby, it’s just going to take more time. We’ll be transferring our last frozen embryo in a few weeks. Hopefully, third time’s a charm. And if not, we’ll start over at the very beginning with a new fresh cycle. I am trying to focus on all we have to be grateful for—our supportive family and friends, pug cuddles, our sunny apartment, and this blog and my sweet readers. Most of all, I’m thankful we ended up in Denmark, where fertility treatment is roughly a third of the cost it is in the U.S. (the main reason we’re able to keep trying). This weekend, we’re going to watch movies, have friends over for dinner, and just get hygge. Wishing you all a cozy weekend with the ones you love.
Spring is just around the corner and Easter is one of my favorite holidays. There’s something exciting about sunnier days ahead and the prospect of a fresh start. I love gathering friends and family for an Easter brunch and setting the table, as you might have guessed, is one of my favorite parts. With something as simple as a set of gingham napkins, you can update your everyday dinnerware and give your table a sunny feel. Below, explore over 50 (I may have gone a bit overboard, I couldn’t resist!) pieces for the spring table.
Looking to spruce up your walls for spring? I recently came across the work of English artist Matt Underwood and was immediately taken with his colorful creations. Each original hand pulled wood block print is available as a limited edition. Some contain as many as 12 colors! I love how vibrant and playful, yet classically English they are. Explore all of Matt Underwood’s artwork here. READ POST