JULY: THE BEST (CURATED BY US)
THE BEST OF HIGH SUMMER
Long days, better times—from our new favorite reads to playful table decoration, see our curated list that make the best of an endless summer.
THE BEST READS
Quick reads, fun books and current features are at the top of our reading list.
She wrote our favorite rom coms and put every thought we have about being a woman in writing. Nora Ephron will forever be our favorite, so with temps rising, we re-read the book makes us smile with every word.STAYING CURRENT
We stand with women always. The overturning of Roe vs. Wade has us reading up on the stories that will bring us together as a community again.EVERYDAY INSPIRATIONSince 2015, passerby magazine has celebrated the women who pass us by. From welcoming us into their homes to sharing their daily routines, read on for the honest conversations Clémence Polès has had with women of every kind.
THE BEST SHOPPING
Hotter temps have us wanting to hit refresh from wardrobe to home.
Jorts are at the foundation of every summer wardrobe. We love the reimagined proportions and lengths we see on the streets this season.NEW FAVORITE
Ethically made in Spain with sustainable fabrics, AMLUL is the brainchild of Gala Gonzalez. We’ve been following her for her fun approach to color and resort wear. Spoiler: of-the-moment hue, tangerine, makes an appearance.PLAYFUL DÉCORBring the dinner conversation back to the table. Handcrafted by Sarah Espeute at her studio in Marseille, she explores embroidery in a poetic and minimalist way.
THE BEST ENTERTAINMENT
Take the summer fun indoors or roadside with the entertainment we loved this month.
RAINY DAYSDocumentaries have been our go-to watch this month and are slowly chipping away at this list of musician stories.
James Clear is most well-known for his book “Atomic Habits,” but we recently subscribed to his newsletter for three short ideas, two quotes and one question to think on every Thursday. It’s a fun thing to pop up in your inbox each week!HIT THE ROADSee what the community of one of our favorite bloggers says is the best way to pass by the long hours of driving cross country.