The Edition: No. 371

Jan 10, 2024

And now we welcome the new year. Full of things that have never been. // Rainer Maria Rilke

+ It’s okay if your New Year’s Resolution doesn’t happen.

+ Waterproof sneakers for slushy winters and wet springs.

+ A primer on using ‘strategic thinking’ to create the life you want.

+ I love this Missoma textured ring and this enamel-accent pendant.

+ How to stop drinking for now, or for forever.

+ Satin pants (in trouser and drawstring) are suddenly everywhere.

+ Goat cheese polenta with roast tomatoes and greens; so good.

+ Amazon Finds: a great sweatsuit (in a 2nd color) and a headphone stand.

+ ‘I married the wrong person,’ a piece on moving on. And six logical steps to start the divorce process.

+ T Tahari has inexpensive work basics.  I love this striped shirt.

+ How to nurture your “acquaintance relationships” this year.

+ Need going out tops? This chic off-the-shoulder and this sleek bodysuit are <$30.

+ Conde Nast makes a list of the best hotels and resorts in the world.

+ A fire blanket is a must-have to prevent kitchen disasters.

+ On quitting your job without the extra work.

+ Barrier cream tackles dry skin by restoring your skin’s natural defenses.

One Interesting Read. Who was the mysterious woman who wanted to be 9

I posted this dark circle coverage tutorial a few weeks ago, but it needs to be shared again.  I don’t know why it never dawned on me to set my concealer and my corrector, but it has made a big difference in covering my toddler-induced under-eye darkness.  With fantastic makeup tips, @adityamadiraju is a must follow.

This Bobbi Brown is my favorite corrector.  Need a drugstore option?  Try this elf Camo Corrector.

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  1. Jules says:

    how do the bodysuits look when one has erm… rolls on the belly? Really high waisted bottoms? They look so sleek but I always assumed they wouldn’t work on me.

    • Belle says:

      Try a bodysuit made by a shape wear company. I have a similar issues post baby, and with a little smoothing and a high rise jean, they still look pretty good.

  2. Kristy says:

    I lusted over that A&F bodysuit and paid a lot more for it than the current price. My experience if you’re considering it: I went up two sizes because it ran quite small (I also have a long torso), but I couldn’t make the wrapping stay put in a flattering way. I hope it works for someone else because the material is awesome and the ruching hides any bulges.

  3. Kate says:

    LOVE the idea of satin pants, but don’t want to look like I’m wearing pajamas out and about. Could you do a styling post on them?

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