Happy Friday everyone! I am so excited for the weekend, because I have nothing planned. I have so many style favorites that I am sharing, and I am so excited to pass these along to you. So, without further adue, here are this week’s favorites!
Coach Tech Wallet: I have been using the same wallet pretty much since 2020, and have been on the hunt for a wristlet option. I came across the tech wallet at Coach and knew I had to have it. I started out just using it on some days but soon enough began using it daily. I recommend it for errands as it does hold an iPhone 11 Pro, but also just as a daily wallet.
Coach Jules Hobo: I got this using my birthday coupon and at first, I didn’t use it. I decided to break it out once I started using my tech wallet and I am obsessed with it. I love that you can use it as a true hobo or get a crossbody strap for the bag. It also holds a ton and makes a great work bag.
Birkenstocks: I have been wearing these for over three summers and this year, I decided to invest in a black pair. I’ve had them all summer but lately these have been my go tos.
Meant to Be Mine by Hannah Orenstein: I found a new favorite author, folks. I am obsessing over Love at First Like now, and am enjoying that book as well. That said, this book was so good that I was not able to put it down. It is about Edie, a stylist whose grandma “predicted” the day that she would meet the one. On that day, she meets Theo. She quickly falls for him thinking he’s the one. However, the two may not be a good match. Like I said, this book was light and fluffy and everything I needed.
Steve Madden Shoes: Steve Madden’s shoes have been killing it lately. I recently purchased these from Nordstrom Rack and have been loving them. They are comfortable and they are dressier than my Birkenstocks are. I still rotate between the two pairs but I really love these as well.
I’m Glad My Mom Died by Jeannette McCurdy: I was a huge fan of iCarly when I was a kid. After hearing the hype, I decided to check the book out for myself. I am loving it so far. It is definitely worth the read for sure.