The Sunday Edit // 3.31.19

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Happy Sunday! Last night, we finally tried Aether in Fishtown, Philadelphia and I thought it was delicious. My favorite dish by far was the cavetelli. If you’re local, have you been there yet? Now that it’s finally warm in Philly, I’m excited to share some new Spring/Summer content with you all. Stay tuned for new posts coming this week! Have a great week and enjoy today’s Sunday Edit!

The Sunday Edit

The best part about getting dressed is also the most neglected.

This was a great post on negotiation from a fellow Philly blogger, Coming Up Roses: how to negotiate like a badass, twelve negotiation tips for success.

How to break-in as a writer.

The square-neck bodysuit you didn’t know you needed in white and black.

A lovely graphic t-shirt that says “Stronger Than You Think” in small letters (on sale for $21).

These barely-there black sandals from Express are on sale for $42. I’ve worn them with pants, slip dresses, and skirts. They look amazing with a pair of straight-leg jeans.

This is what Gloria Steinem was during at your age.

I just purchased these cropped pants from Zara and can’t wait to style them.

The simple truth behind reading 200 books a year and how to make it a habit. A great quote from Warren Buffett: “Read 500 pages like this every day. That’s how knowledge works. It builds up, like compound interest. All of you can do it, but I guarantee not many of you will…”

The craziest ‘Game of Thrones’ fan theories.

I have tons of books in tall vertical piles in my office and sometimes think to myself, I need to organize these piles similar to what I’m seeing on Pinterest, colorful and sensical. I loved this post from Passerbuys on tips and inspiration for styling your bookshelves.

Eight things this author learned after reading 50 books a year for seven years.

The four biggest Spring shoe trends from a shopping expert.

The three best shoes to wear with skinny jeans.

A cozy yet chic beige knit cardigan that is fully in line with the Spring 2019 neutral trend. I think I may need it in gray also.

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