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Since I’m currently obsessed with Grace Coddington, I can’t help but love this illustration by Katie of Paperfashion. I really do hope she turns it into a print so I can buy it!

I stopped by Old Navy for a little impromptu shopping after work on Tuesday and walked away with this sweatshirt. It was too cute to pass up and I love the sentence on the front- it feels very me. Plus, with a coupon, it was under $16! After writing this post, it only took me six months to add a graphic sweatshirt to my closet!

How sick is this jacket? My roommate doesn’t like it and thinks it’s an odd cross between high school varsity and old lady florals, but I’m totally loving it. Unfortunately, the high price tag means I’ll just be admiring this jacket from afar.

This book has been recommended everywhere recently (on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Flavorwire to name a few) and the story definitely sounds interesting. While I’m waiting for The Fault in Our Stars to become available in the library, I might start this first.


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  1. says

    Aww, Grace. That illustration is lovely. The sweatshirt is so you! Definitely looking forward to your thoughts on Life After Life, it was certainly one of the most anticipated of the season. I’ve wanted to read her Jackson Brodie series for a while. Jason Isaacs did an adaptation of Case Histories not long ago that was really fabulous and supposedly a second season is happening this year. Yay!

    • says

      I’m still planning to post my thoughts on the Grace memoir sometime soon- I would definitely recommend it! And I can’t wait to read Life After Life- so many good books, so little time! You’ll have to let me know what you think of it too when you read it.