Clockwise from top right: 1. Joie Asymmetrical Sweater Tunic 2. Tory Burch Robinson Shoulder Bag 3. Living With Pattern: Color, Texture and Print at Home by Rebecca Atwood 4. Diptyque Jasmine Candle 5. Dolce Vita Tessey Bootie 6. The Laundress Delicate Wash and Wool and Cashmere Wash 7. Biscuit Home Velvet Throw Pillow
Happy Monday! It was a beautiful weekend in New York, almost a farewell to summer it seemed. I had a perfect mixture of a relaxing, fun and productive weekend; from putting together two ikea bookcases (that took much longer than I would like to admit..) and a delicious Sunday brunch at Bubby’s.
To start off the new week we have a new edition of Simply Found, the items that I have my eye on for the week. I went to Joie this weekend in Soho and found this beautiful asymmetrical sweater. I have a feeling it will be a new go-to of mine once the weather gets cooler. Do you all have any favorite booties? I am on the hunt for a new pair and this Dolce Vita style caught my eye and what is even better is that they are under $130.
Do you all have any products from The Laundress? I have been realizing that I am continually sending pieces out to the dry cleaners that I most likely could hand wash on my own, from silk tops to beautiful dresses. I popped into The Laundress’s Soho location this weekend and I am excited to give the products a try.
Last week I went to a book event at Studio Four for Rebecca Atwood’s new book, Living With Pattern: Color, Texture and Print at Home. The book is absolutely stunning, filled with countless inspiring homes and tips on how to layer patterns. I have long admired Rebecca’s fabrics and now I am thinking I surely need to get one of her pillows for my apartment.
So there you have it, my finds for the week!