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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links

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Notes from the Weekend & a Few Lovely Links 15.06.20
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WE ARE BACK AT WORK, shooting for a client and the weather has happily been much more summer-like again, after days of cloud and rain. Amidst the marches and protests and worry about a second peak of the pandemic, shops reopened here, after long three months of lockdown. Towns are filling up with people again―with face masks this time―and we were able to finally book a slot for online grocery delivery for the first time in months, even if it was a week away. Other European countries are beginning to open up to tourists again, and it’s difficult not to still feel a little apprehensive after being cautious for so long. Here at TIG, we’re still working on the recovery of our archives, and will be adding a few new products both to Belgrave Crescent and shop.thisisglamorous.com We can’t wait to show you what’s new and we’re so happy to hear that you continue to be inspired by these pages.

This week’s links include rustic minimalism in Italy and linen shorts for summer days; a 12-year-old crochet genius and much, much more.

xo,

{p.s.} past weekend links

A few lovely links :

 

* Rustic Minimalism in Italy with Tine K Home

* For summer days: these Belted Linen Pleat Shorts & this Wicker Market Tote

* Meet 12-Year-Old Crochet Genius Jonah Larson

* For summer nights: this Pleated Skirt Dress & this Five Diamond Bar Necklace

* This Is the Only Type of Bread You Should Be Eating, According to a Cardiologist

* Work from home: these Straight High Waist Jeans & this Cropped French Terry Sweatshirt

* A Stunning Scandinavian-Inspired Renovation Project in Ukraine

* Summer Whites : this Pretty Summer Top and these Satin Slides

* 5 Easy (and Effective!) Ways to Clean a Burnt Pot

* Perfect Pairs: this Greta Cotton-Twill Trench Coat & this Bamboo Handle Wicker Bag

 
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