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posts i read that i loved

Time for another round of posts I read that I loved (thanks again Mindy Kaling
for the title inspiration)! 

How amazing is that closet? Jen over at The Effortless Chic tapped style organizer Lisa Adams for her tips on bringing that glamourous feeling to your closet here.

Design for Mankind is an amazing blog which usually focuses on design, but Erin took some time to write about how clothing can sometimes make us feel bad, and why - here.

You know I'm kindof obsessed with simplifying and Bea over at Zero Waste Home is doing that to an extreme. We can't all reduce what we throw out to almost zilch, but we can enjoy her tips on how to wear a striped shirt (clearly another one of my obsessions) many different ways, in other words, reuse - here
(PS No Impact Man is a good documentary about the same topic.)

Lastly, I so wish I had the motivation to do this DIY via Stripes and Sequins, but alas, I know myself too well. But! This is an awesome necklace, so please, someone, make it!! 

That is all. Happy Monday!

posts i read that i loved

posts i read that i loved

we visited laumeier  sculpture park  this weekend

we visited laumeier sculpture park this weekend

Mindy Kaling had a blog (which is now part of her larger website) called "Things I Bought That I Love", which inspired the name for this round-up of great posts last week.

Mara is looking for summer sandals too: 
http://www.ablogaboutlove.com/2013/04/old-school-sandals.html

I'm going to track my April purchases and join up with this group - power in numbers, right? 
http://franish.blogspot.com/2013/03/march-budget.html

I think it's pretty odd that leather is a trend for spring, but Anne pulled together some nice looks: 
http://www.annesage.com/blog/2013/04/key-piece-for-spring-the-leather-skirt.html

My sister has lived in Chinle, Arizona on a Navajo reservation for about three (?) years and when I visited her, I got pretty obsessed with turquoise:
http://www.refinery29.com/turquoise-jewelry

Seventeenth and Irving is my new favorite blog, not least because Lauren does such a great job elaborating on the less-is-more philosophy:
http://seventeenthandirving.blogspot.com/2013/04/make-most-of-your-closet.html

Marc Jacobs is 50? 
http://www.fashionologie.com/Marc-Jacobs-50th-Birthday-2013-Pictures-29213053