Friday Favorites

Hey y'all! Happy February! The first month of 2019 is officially over, and I can't even imagine a better start to this month/weekend than the break in cold weather we're getting right now! If you're not from Kansas, it's been well below freezing all week, but right now it's almost 60 degrees outside – talk about an instant mood booster! Today I have a full list of Friday favorites for y'all, with things falling into every category for the first time in quite a while. So, I hope y'all enjoy it and, afterwards, before sure to soak up the beautiful weather before it goes away again!

Online Finds

After this chilly week, I've been drawn to all things comfy and cozy. Yesterday, I was so cold when walking between classes that I layered a pair of joggers over my leggings. Joggers have recently become a favorite of mine because they're still comfortable like a normal pair of sweatpants but don't give off the vibe that you just rolled out of bed. I saw this pair from Abercrombie, and not only are they the prettiest shade of gray but the stripe down the side is so cute! Also, in an effort to look slightly more put together for class this semester, I've worn a lot of simple sweaters with leggings, and this one looks like the perfect staple piece going into spring. It comes in 13 colors, is definitely long enough to pair with leggings and has a wide neck that is perfect for necklaces or to have a bralette strap peek through! 

Weekend Sales

Abercrombie: 70% off clearance
Express: Extra 50% off clearance clothing
J.Crew: 25% off full-price styles with code SHOPTOIT
Nasty Gal: 50% off everything with code GIMME50
Old Navy: Up to 75% off thousands of styles
Roolee: Huge markdowns on winter styles
Tobi: 60% off Valentine's Day pieces with code CUPIDSBEST

Recent Reads

Must Watch

Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (Netflix) I've only watched the first half so far, but this documentary series is so interesting. I will say that you shouldn't expect to see details about the killings that have never been spilled before, though. If you start with that mindset, you're sure to be confused or disappointed. The episodes are more centered on the juxtaposition between what the public, law enforcement and the media saw versus Ted Bundy's personal account, which in my opinion, is just as fascinating.

Listening on Repeat

Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper
Happier by Marshmello and Bastille
Natural by Imagine Dragons


"Someone once asked me what I regarded as the three most important requirements for happiness. My answer was: A feeling that you have been honest with yourself and those around you; a feeling that you have done the best you could both in your personal life and in your work; and the ability to love others." -Eleanor Roosevelt 

"Nothing ever goes away until it's taught us what we need to know." -Pema Chodron

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