Friday Favorites #539

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This dress! I have no idea when I’d ever wear it but there is just something about a sheer starry dress that gets me.

These raccoon socks!

Love this simple black dress. That back cut out adds so much.

This bowl looks like a fancy version of something you’d put Halloween candy in and I love it.

Kitty jammies!

These earrings!

Doesn’t this look like the comfiest, already perfectly broken in tshirt ever? It comes in a handful of colors too!

This backpack purse is so cute. I’m really just a fan of how many pockets it has.

This rug! So, we are currently on the hunt for a house (fun but also not fun!) and I’m just picturing this in my future office, a big room with dark wood floors. Maybe someday.

How cute is this velvet flutter sleeve dress!? It’d be perfect paired with some polka dot tights.

Link love…

  • If you’re on the hunt for a simple, water-resistant warm coat, I can’t recommend this one highly enough. It’s been cold and rainy here lately and this bad boy has been perfect.
  • I’ve linked to this colorful dress before but I just realized the price went way way down on it!
  • This bra and undies set! Yes!
  • Dog overalls. You HAVE TO look at the photos. There is a customer review photos where they got family photos done and the whole family is wearing denim including the dog. I loooove stuff like this.
  • Digging the pattern on this sleep romper.
  • I snorted about this patch – I wish I was Nessie’s girl!
  • A canister for your secrets!
  • I want to live in this blanket sweatshirt.
  • I knew that Rifle Paper Co did a collab with Keds but I didn’t realize there were rainboots involved!!!

In case you missed it, I had a big shop update this week! New fabrics, key fobs + mini wristlets. Also, all items that were tagged ‘Halloween’ are marked off 25% until this evening.

Happy Friday! xoxo

Author: Kaylah Stroup

A collector of weird things. Plant Enthusiast. Wanderer. Beachcomber. Forever longing for the desert.

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