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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 18.12.17

THERE IS A CAROUSEL in the centre of the city, the kind that plays music and has a million pretty twinkling lights. It is my favourite thing at the moment, and there was one (or perhaps more?) in Edinburgh as well, every year around this time. The sudden appearance of such a thing always signals the true start of the holiday season for me and it’s all rather exciting. More and more holiday decorations are emerging everywhere as well–boughs with red ribbon at the post office and wreaths in shop windows, flocked trees in sets of three and glittering banners wishing Bon Nadal! and ¡Feliz Navidad!–and with them, a tangible sense of anticipation in the air. Here at TIG, we’re still at the office a little longer before taking some time off for the holidays and the end of the year. We can’t wait. 

This week’s links include the best Cotswolds villages and more Holiday Inspiration; The Most Searched Fashion Brands, People, and Instagram Accounts of 2017, a Vienna Travel Guide and much, much more.

xo,

{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :

 

* Holiday Inspiration for December 2017 [The Belgrave Journal]

* For holiday soirées: this lacy little black dress

* Travel: The Best Cotswolds Villages [Monalogue]

* At The Shop: introducing our newest designer [shop.thisisglamorous.com]

* The Most Searched Fashion Brands, People, Instagram Accounts & More of 2017 [TFL]

* Beauty products to try: this shampoo & this moisture mask

* Décor: a 280 SQ. FT. New York apartment [Savvy Home]

* For your next trip: this aluminium suitcase & this Leather Travel Folio

* Travel: Vienna Instagram Guide [Monalogue]

* For holiday soirées: this pretty silk blouse & these pearl droplet earrings

Credits

[Top Image: @rebeccahope]

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