Workday Reading

The Workday Reading: March 4, 2016



1) How a brokered GOP convention would work, and why it could be chaos. (MTV)

2) Gorgeous, unique bags at ASOS.  I love this envelope front tote from Dune Delaney.  For something relaxed, this suede-embossed shopper is so cool.

3) The mechanics of consumer debt and how paying it off can change your life. (Fast Company)

4) The Limited is offering 50% off tops.  This scallop shoulder blouse is chic.  This asymmetric shoulder pleat top is a great choice.

5) When you end a relationship, you’re left with two kinds of baggage: the things you can hold in your hands, and the things you can’t.  The weird, lingering life of post-breakup objects. (Racked)

6) Need to conceal valuables while traveling?  Try this silk pouch that clips to your bra.

7) The 17 reasons why people in their 20s have mid-life crises. (Thought Catalog)

8)  The Shopbop spring sale is on.  I love this long Elizabeth and James pendant necklace.  I also like this off-the-shoulder Rebecca Minkoff blouse.

9) How three women reinvented themselves in their 30s. (Levo)

10) Anthropologie has some fun office accessories.  I like this gold-embossed pencil case.  For organization, this petite day planner and these printed sticky notes can keep you on task.

11) Jennifer Garner smells like cucumbers and America; and other insights from the Vanity Fair Oscar party. (The Washington Post)

12) For affordable swimwear (for spring break or summer), try Target.  This cut-out, black monokini is cute.  This twisted bandeau bikini is a classic.  Plus-size? Check out this plus-size bikini with a flounce top.

13) What is your biggest regret? (A Plus)

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  1. Cait says:

    Love the Racked piece, and have already listed some jewelry from my ex on the “Never Liked It Anyway” site! I’m obsessed with the idea that one woman’s emotionally painful baggage is another woman’s total steal- everybody wins!

    March 6, 2016/Reply
  2. Alison @ jolie x laide says:

    I’ve always liked Jennifer Garner (even if I didn’t understand all of her career choices), but I gained a new respect for her after that profile. Olivia Pope herself could not have maximized an opportunity better. That “bless his heart” comment about Affleck’s stupid tattoo is some brilliant, hilarious, next-level shade.

    March 6, 2016/Reply