Workday Reading

The Edition: No. 85

You can cage the singer but not the song. — Harry Belafonte

Bracketed. The CapHillStyle NCAA pool is back.  Enter here, complete brackets by 11:00AM ET tomorrow.

Suited. This $18 Camuto blouse would look great under this dramatic white suit.

Righted. The Equal Rights Amendment lives; we just need one more state to ratify.

Heeled. Wear these $20 Naturalizer heels to all your summer weddings.

Attached. The politics of Amy and Beto O’Rourke’s marriage.

Primed. This Wander Beauty primer is incredibly smoothing and long-lasting.

Rushed. 5 Hacks to Find a New Job in 48-Hours.

Beached. Loving this dotted swimsuit (because it’s warm enough somewhere).

Hitched. Married couples share their biggest wedding regrets.

Released. Something Navy’s new collection is out. Love these calf-hair flats, double prong belt and puff-shoulder bodysuit.

Loving this simple detail.  What a great way to spruce up a simple blouse and wear a pretty brooch.  I adore this great bee pin from Kenneth Jay Lane and this colorful Ann Taylor floral brooch.

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  1. Leslie says:

    Just to note, I am wearing that Camuto blouse today (and love it) but it is VERY low cut. Definitely need a camisole under it.

    March 20, 2019/Reply
  2. SM says:

    Just a favor for those of us in the pool, could you have a shortcut to the pool somewhere on your page the whole time for the next couple of week to make it easy to check it? Thanks!

    March 20, 2019/Reply
  3. Susan says:

    Great article on Beto and Amy. Every so often a political figure comes along that I find fascinating, even if my views don’t entirely align. He was one of them; he at first glance is like a Kennedy Obama offspring. But as he has…ahem…unfurled his freak flag…I’m less charmed and more concerned, both about him and the future of the Democratic Party.

    March 20, 2019/Reply
  4. GF says:

    that wedding article from man repeller was so insightful, and perfect timing — I’m a maid of honor and a bridesmaid in two separate weddings this summer, and the insanity of some of the planning is really wearing on me! The comments from the article are reminding me to keep perspective

    March 21, 2019/Reply