1) Career advice from Rebecca Minkoff, Dolly Parton, and more women in positions of power. (Cosmopolitan)
2) This Leith long sleeve ruched dress is the perfect early fall casual-dress for just $59.
3) Absurd rules for college women in the 1950s and 60s. (History Buff)
4) Sole Society is killing it with these Lyriq casual boots. Their C. Vivier knock-off weekender bag is also worth a look.
5) Congratulations D.C., 4x as many women as men earn more than $100k. (Redfin)
6) This blush pink Three Dots sweater is so incredibly gorgeous. This Cooper & Ella lace yoke top is also lovely.
7) Six tips for creatives who want to make it small in Hollywood, or anywhere. (The New York Times)
8) The best indie beauty products you’ve never heard of; I love NudeStix lip pencils and Drunk Elephant Day Serum.
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Belle, what are your thoughts on Drunk Elephant in general? I’m hearing a lot of buzz but not sure how much of it is just marketing – I trust your review!
A complete stranger’s take, fwiw: I am a DE convert. My skin is more even, less red and has fewer breakouts since using the line for the last 2 months. I’m in my late 3os with oily, acne prone skin I’ve been at war with since I was 12. I still use my prescription retinoid as well, but I was using that before DE so the change is definitely from the new products. I highly recommend trying the ‘littles’ set on their website which lets you try the entire line with generous sample sizes.
I rolled my eyes so much at all these college “rules”…until I remembered that my college didn’t admit undergraduate women at all until the 1970s. Sigh.
I am a HUGE Make-up Geek fan and I have about 20 of their eyeshadows, 3 blushes and a number of their brushes. Amazing price for fantastic products. i also own 4 Wayne Goss brushes and they are amazing!