wear this there: the book club.

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oh, london! home to so many of those charming little watering holes we could venture into with the possibility of never coming back out. the book club most definitely makes this list. located in east london, its playful charm is reminiscent of making googly eyes at your high school crushes over a ping pong match, only with adult beverages. a grown-up, yet still flirty get-up... 
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wear this there: maison premiere.

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you had us at absinthe and oysters, maison premiere. we will be at the bar, and if no one wants to join us, with christopher moore’s sassy novel sacre bleu in hand. maybe it’s the potent imported liquor, the new-orleans-on-a-summer-night ambience, or the pastel-hued bar, but we are getting seriously romantic feels from this week’s wear this there. nothing... 
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zen and the art of cooking.

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remodelista. i’m working on some ideas to update my kitchen and i keep coming back to these very peaceful, zen-like spaces. there’s just something so soothing about the thought of cooking in a space like these — bringing in fresh herbs and produce from my garden (food is growing out there!), putting on some chill music and cooking great meals. i like the... 
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bohemian minimalist in madrid.

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this tranquil but very bohemian-feeling loft apartment is right up my alley. featured in architectural digest españa and designed by studio nimú it’s got a fresh, modern and minimalist look but certainly an artsy vibe, too. located in the Malasaña neighborhood of Madrid, Spain its exposed beamed ceilings paired with all those sunkissed whitewashed walls and pale pastels... 
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rustic modern table talk.

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elle decoration. when it comes to dining rooms i’m always more drawn to a casual laid back, cozy atmosphere where guests can feel more at ease — at big communal tables where the conversation, food and wine just flow. i like the informal look of mismatched chairs around a rustic modern table to make a space feel more easy going and familiar — there’s... 
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