Welcome to this week’s Wednesday Watch List, where I share the random things that captured my attention and stole my heart over the past week!
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1 – I enjoyed looking through and reading about these Atlanta Homes Kitchens of the Year winners! There’s an article about each home, and if you click on any of the images in the post, you can see them full-size. Lots of beautiful and thoughtful details in each of them! I’m really loving the natural wood island trend that is coming back with vengeance!
2 – I ordered this button-shoulder striped tee a few weeks ago when it was in my Weekend Sale Alerts post. I finally wore it for the first time yesterday and loved it so much I’m planning to order it in the red color too! It fits true to size (I ordered a large) and has a nice fitted shape without being too clingy. The gold button detail couldn’t be cuter!
Here’s me wearing it yesterday in my office while writing this post 😉
3 – My favorite scalloped flats are back this year in three colors and now fully stocked! I have the nude pair but may have to get the black too. When I wasn’t in flip flops last spring/summer I was likely wearing these. They fit true to size and are super comfy once you break them in (doesn’t take long).
Here is a pic I found of me wearing them on our Mediterranean cruise last year. The nude color is the perfect shade!
4 – One of the most frequently asked about faux florals in our home is my viburnum stems. They sold out pretty quickly last year, so I was excited to see this year they launch this faux hydrangea and viburnum stems. The nice thing about the pair is the stems are detached so you could split it into an all hydrangea or viburnum arrangement, or mix them for another unique look! They also re-stocked these really pretty lilac stems that sold out really quickly last year too – before I could get my hands on some!
5 – Last week when I was doing my dress try-in session (specifically with this dress), I had mentioned I needed to use my shirt tape with it. I got a ton of questions about what I was referring to. I’ve used this fashion tape for years (after randomly grabbing it in the Old Navy checkout line one time). It’s basically double-sided tape for clothes, and it’s strong enough that I usually just cut a strip in half so I don’t have to use as much! I just use it in between where my buttons gape on my chest and it’s immediately fixed and the fabric all lays flat! I know others have used it to prevent low-cut tops from revealing too much when you lean over too! I love it and love that it comes in a little metal case that makes it so easy to travel with!
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