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A Fresh and Floral Mother’s Day Brunch

Perhaps many decades ago, motherhood looked somewhat more homogenous, but today modern motherhood comes in all different forms.  Especially here in Los Angeles, I’m often times in the company of such amazing women.  Women who are mentors, educators, entrepreneurs and also mothers.  Women who have lived their whole lives in Los Angeles and others who live like traveling nomads, jetsetting from one city to the next with their brood in tow.  This year, we partnered with Teleflora’s #OneToughMother campaign to celebrate some of …

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Happy Weekend || Fave Links

You guys!  This month has been a whirlwind and I’m in denial that when we see each other again on Monday it will be May.  MAY!  How did that happen?  Parker and I spent 8 days back in Austin for a styling job the week before last and of course did some more house hunting and narrowing down of neighborhoods.  We are looking into Crestview there.  Any thoughts on that area Austinites?!  Our house here is in escrow– fingers crossed everything continues to proceed smoothly!  Speaking of moving, the insta-SALE of all of our …

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DIY || Brushstroke Circle Scarf

When it comes to scarves, there are few things I love more than a circle scarf.  It’s the scarf that literally ties itself and relieves you of the angst you feel as you stand in the mirror and re-circle, re-tie, and re-loop your other scarves to perfection.  I love that this DIY Lindsey created is equal parts creative, pretty, and totally useful!  Take it away, Lindsey!… My favorite texture and signature Lindsey Crafter print is a dot-dot-dash pattern of watercolor brushstrokes. It’s such a meditative practice and a quick way …

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Tacos, Margaritas, + A Cinco de Mayo Picnic!

When it comes to the general hierarchy of holidays the big ones tend to get all of the credit, but I’m a firm believer that it’s those lesser celebrated, low maintenance holidays that are really where it’s at! You know the ones– they center around friends, food, fun, and don’t involve a lot of fuss. It should come as no surprise, then, that Cinco de Mayo ranks among my top three holidays. (It’s a close second to the 4th of July!) A holiday built on the three pillars of food, friends, and fun– …

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