Friday Faves: November 19, 2021

Happy Friday, everyone! I have so many favorites to share with you this week, especially since I have been going a little crazy with the online shopping because everything is on sale, and there are so many crazy good collaborations. These are only a few of my favorites, and I feel like there are so many this week since I didn’t post last week. That said, here are this week’s favorites:

Stoney Clover Cozy Collection: I am so happy that Stoney Clover brought back their cozy collection. My bank account, on the other hand, not so much. I went a little nuts during this drop, and I am okay with that. I bought the hazelnut in the small and large, the sherpa mini pouch, the fanny pack, and the white in the small. And, I am so obsessed. They all give me a cozy winter vibe, and I am here for it. I love having these pouches because they are so versatile. I use them in my purses and they help keep me so organized. I honestly recommend them as a gift, however, if you get them customized, then I am unsure if you’ll get them before Christmas.

Tiffany Venetian Link Bracelet: Thank you Poshmark for this clutch find. This bracelet retails $300 on the Tiffany website, and I paid $115. I have been wearing it with my Tiffany beaded bracelets (also purchased on Poshmark) and they look great. It’s become one of my go-to pieces and I am so happy to get it.

Red (Taylor’s Version): Okay, I loved this album when it came out in 2012. Now, I am obsessed with it, and have refell in love with the music that got me through my freshman year. I am obsessed with the “All Too Well” 10 Minute Version, but this whole album is honestly amazing. I am seriously considering getting it on vinyl.

Books: This is going to be a general category, because I read three amazing books in the last week. The first were Let Me Hear a Rhyme, and Monday’s Not Coming by Tiffany D. Jackson, and Rock Paper Scissors by Alice Feeney. All of these were the perfect medicine for a reading slump. I am currently reading When You Were Everything by Ashley Woodfolk, and I am loving that one as well.

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