The Sunday Edit // 9.8.19

Philadelphia style sunday edit

Fall is coming and I couldn’t be happier about it. I’ve always loved Fall fashion and the chance to add layering pieces to otherwise basic outfits. My number one layering piece for the Fall is a camel cardigan and/or a camel coat. It adds a classic element to any outfit, even jeans and a t-shirt as shown above. For all the parents, I hope you had a great Back to School week. Happy Sunday!

The Sunday Edit

I’ll be wearing this camel belted long cardigan all season long. Speaking of camel, this v-neck sweater looks so chic with a pair of boyfriend or skinny jeans.

Do you watch Working Moms? I’m finishing up the first season and find myself relating to almost every character.

Facebook, Pinterest and YouTube are cracking down on fake vaccine news by changing how users see vaccine content. This is a huge step in the right direction. I’ve seen too many misinformed posts on Facebook from shady sites that are not backed up by actual data. “These changes are encouraging for one reason: Misinformation about vaccines can be dangerous. And a crackdown by some of the world’s tech giants, which all have millions of users, might mean fewer people are exposed to anti-vax information, and maybe fewer parents will decide to shirk lifesaving shots for their kids.”

Victim of Brock Turner sexual assault reveals her identity.

Where did you do your Back to School shopping? I just ordered a few things for the kids, like these cute Henley tops for Dylan.

Another beautiful Reformation dress, perfect for a Fall wedding.

Have you heard of the cashmere bra that went viral? Would you wear one? If so, where?

A brief list of the life lessons this group of writers missed. Do you have any blind spots that you seemed to have skipped in your life?

These 1999 runway looks are still relevant today.

Peter Lindbergh, and the humanity he instilled in his photographs.

Some people don’t like you and that’s okay.

Eight Fall fashion staples that aren’t going anywhere.

 

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