Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links


Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 20.08.18

THIS WEEKEND was one of those lounging, hair up, no make-up and old films ones that are needed from time to time, when the to-do lists get too unruly and every email is a catastrophe to be solved. The city has been filling up again, mostly with tourists — French and German and other parts of Europe. They rent bicycles and ride through the Turia, their shoulders bright red and burnt from the Mediterranean sun, so unused to these never ending sunny skies. Soon all the shutters for the business in our neighbourhood will open once again after a month of holidays — the art gallery across the street and the butcher on the corner, the little bar with its sidewalk terrace filled late-night drinkers. There’s change and hope in the air, making us feel both deeply wistful and terribly excited at once.

This week’s links include a cosy cottage in Connecticut, cosy cable-knits and white shoes for autumn; a recipe for chocolate birthday cake, How to Throw an End of Summer Garden Party, and much, much more.


{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :


* Décor: A Cosy & Inviting Connecticut Cottage [The Belgrave Journal]

* For the last summer days: this chic suit & this basket bag

* Icha Chateau Elegantly Conjures the Magical Beauty of Chinese Countryside [yatzer]

* For Autumn Days: this cosy cable-knit & these paper bag pants

* Reviving a Centuries-Old Japanese Confectionery Art [NYT Style Magazine]

* Autumn Trend: white shoes — try these pretty slingback pumps & these ankle boots

* How to Throw an End of Summer Garden Party [Vogue]

* For September nights: this linen trench coat & these classic suede loafers

* Recipe: Chocolate Birthday Cake [Sweet Laurel]

Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 20.08.18

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