The Daily Eight: August 16, 2016

Aug 16, 2016

grassis

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1) How to stop being so concerned with work and life balancing. (The Everygirl)

2) This ASOS blush shell with contrast trim is a great buy at $47.  This YAS sheer dot top also caught my eye.

3) Is the athleisure bubble about to burst? (The Cut)

4) Shopbop’s $55 Endless Rose Lace Tee is a lot of fun.  I also like their Bronzalleur rose gold, knot ring.

5) Career advice from women in working in the National Football League. (Glamour)

6) My favorite lip color, Hello, Sailor, now comes in a gloss.

7) Girl, drop that anchor. Or why Anthony Weiner may kill Huma Abedin’s reputation and career. (The Frisky)

8) Your summery stripe tees look great with mustard, plum, and other fall hues.  I recommend Boden’s long sleeve Breton tee.  Plus-size?  This Old Navy boatneck tee.

*image found here.

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  1. Sarah says:

    LOVE. THAT. GRAPHIC. Saving it and putting it everywhere. Thanks.

  2. Jess says:

    What I can’t figure out is why Abedin would stay with him? She’s clearly a capable woman.

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