The Sunday Edit // 12.9.18

Philly blogger goes to the Dior exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art_sunday edit

Happy Sunday! We’re back from Dominican Republic and adjusting to life back home. It feels so good to be home! If you’ve been following me on Instagram, I posted a few photos from our trip, including where we stayed. This week was all about catching up and getting the house back in order. I also received photos from a shoot I did a few weeks ago at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. I’m so excited to share them with you! In the meantime, here’s a sneak peak above.

I’ve seen quite a few bloggers do gift guides for the holidays and thought about creating my own with items I’ve been loving. Would you guys be interested? Let me know. Enjoy this week’s Sunday Edit!

The Sunday Edit

Documentaries to watch on Netflix! Gaga: Five Foot Two has been on my list for a while.

A woman’s place is in the house. This headline is everything.

Pantone announced its color of 2019 and it happens to be one of my favorite lipstick colors.

Five tricks to cut your morning routine in half. I desperately need this.

The $35 dress I wore for Hanukkah dinner that you guys loved. It’s almost completely sold out so here is a near identical one, also from H&M.

The eight best books for career advice, according to executive coaches. You know I love a good career book.

I love this list Jacey of Damsel in Dior put together for pretty presents your mom will love.

Another beautiful slip dress and an alternative for less, available in two colors.

Do you care when someone copies your style? I clearly don’t. 🙂

Another leopard print dress I’m obsessed with.

How to drink more water effortlessly.

I wish I’d let myself enjoy these four things more, but you still can.

This dress looks really expensive but it’s less than $50.

This sequin mini crossbody bag from Zara is so cute and perfect for New Years Eve.

Hair & make-up: Victoria Roggio Beauty // Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art // Photography: Alex Ashman

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