10 Things I Love Sunday

Hi friends! I am LOVING this season. The weather in Nashville just finally started to cool down and we’re having a sweater day here and there—it’s so nice. I’m soaking in my favorite season!

My spooky manicure is by Claire at Poppy & Monroe (my favorite nail salon in Nashville!)

Here are 10 things I am currently loving!

1. Building a secondhand capsule wardrobe for fall. Love this!

2. I got this dress as a gift from Ban.do and WOW—best dress ever! I have worn it probably five times in the past two weeks. I just keep reaching for it. It’s flattering, easy, and it comes in size XS to 3X. (I’m wearing it above, though you can barely tell.)

3. A cozy sweater for fall.

4. We’re currently watching Succession and wow—it’s so good!

5. I picked these up for Nova just in case we get to go to Disney soon (fingers crossed).

6. I’ve been trying a little new makeup lately and this eyeshadow palette is new number ONE. It’s so good. It comes in warm nude and cool nude (I use warm).

7. OK … I’m still going strong on my used shopping resolution. I’m so glad I’m doing it … but I still like to window shop. (isn’t it cute??!)

8. Creative ways to display your books.

9. Loving Yum Yucky Yuck for both our girls.

10. I’m feeling the itch to learn to cook some new dishes. I’d love to hear your favorite dishes and/or cookbooks! I think I’m gonna grab this book andddd this one too. Please let me know your tried and true favorite dishes!

P.S. In case you missed it, our farmhouse table DIY is up and it’s the most beautiful table I have ever owned. :))

Wishing you a beautiful weekend! xx. Elsie

  • I would love to see you guys start featuring more wool sweaters and other natural-material clothing! I know you promote a lot of sustainable ideas, like the second-hand shopping challenge. I’ve also seen some ethical clothing brands on here which I love, so I’m always kind of disappointed to links see fast fashion items on Amazon, especially items like poly or acrylic sweaters. The fashion industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world, as well as having some of the worst working conditions for workers in many countries around the world. You have a huge platform to promote brands with transparent labor and environmental practices. Also wool, cotton, silk and linen are more expensive than synthetics but have so many benefits–longer lasting, more breathable, better temperature regulating, and kinder to the earth (with the exception of cotton which uses an insane amount of water to produce).

  • Omg, that sweater is so cute!

    Mariya | https://www.brunetteondemand.com/

  • Love the idea of a secondhand fall capsule wardrobe! And that’s such a cute manicure too.

    Dee ~ Vanilla Papers

  • I’m obsessed with Alison Roman and highly recommend her first cookbook. Everything I’ve made from it is absolutely incredible! Preordered ‘Nothing Fancy’ and can’t wait to pick it up.

    • Couldn’t agree more, everything I’ve made from Dining In has been so delicious and I cannot wait to get her new book!

  • Loving these posts, but I have noticed that the Google links are not working for me ( I am in the Netherlands, I don’t know if that matters).

    When I click the link you have in #6 in this post I end up on the start page for Google.

  • Sweater weather is the best! It’s still a little too hot for that in Hong Kong, but not long now! 🙂

    Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog

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