March Link Roundup

Our favorite recent-ish content from around the web, complete with snappy commentary.

A fresh new take on horizontal stripes for spring? Yes, please! All items available in-store :)


All this talk about Marie Kondo has some of us eyeing our storage spaces with no small degree of dread. But minimalism doesn't necessarily mean throwing away everything you own, and the results can be incredibly freeing, as blogger Jessica Doll points out. Check out her editing process here: Five Steps to a Closet Makeover

Didn't make it to New York Fashion Week this year? (Me neither.) Never fear; Vogue's editor-in-chief is here to give you the highlights. Anna Wintour Recaps the Best Shows and Top Trends of New York Fashion Week

A timely and timeless ode to leopard print from Veronica Beard's over-the-top blog. VB Book Club: All About the Leopard (Psst: check out our new VB leopard print dickey, available by special order)

Pro tip: swiping just a little blush on your eyelids will give your whole face a rosy, flushed look.


Perk up your end-of-winter skin with this comprehensive, no-nonsense guide: The Right Way to Warm Up Your Skin With Bronzer and Blush

Shattering glass ceilings and looking good while doing it: a former White House Deputy Chief of Staff shares her no-nonsense, just-enough-maintenance, real person beauty routine. Alyssa Mastromonaco, Former White House Deputy Chief Of Staff

Even minimalist decor should include puppies.


Spring is upon us (at least according to the calendar)! Time to shuffle off the winter dust and spruce things up around here. Over at MyDomaine, three designers give us tips on easy ways to add a pop of color to your living space. The 6 Spring Paint Color Trends Interior Designers Are Already Obsessing Over

Saying goodbye to Karl Lagerfeld: the legendary designer who headed up Chanel died last month at 85. A Celebration of Karl Lagerfeld's Work in Vogue

Fashion insider Derek Blasberg gives us a sneak-peek inside his Upper East Side apartment, complete with a Gossip Room (it's exactly what it sounds like). Derek Blasberg's Manhattan Pad Brings Youthful Style Uptown

The first few words are the hardest.


Fact: every season is scented candle season. In recognition of this incontrovertible truth, the enlightened (ha) editors of Into the Gloss have compiled a ranked list of every Diptyque candle currently on the market, lest you should falter while choosing between Figuier and Tilleul. Every Diptyque Candle, Ranked

Gone are the days when we could expect to stay in the same company, or even the same career, for our whole lives. Today's women are stepping up when they feel like a change, and we think that's a great thing. How to Change Careers at 30, 40, 50 and Beyond

The transition from winter into spring is traditionally a time of shaking off inertia and moving forward into action--which is why it's so important to keep up with a daily practice of self-reflection. This was too good not to share: Write, Write, Write It Down: A Beginner's Guide to Journaling

**BONUS** Plan your spring getaway to an actual castle. Yep, you heard that right--here are 8 Real Castles You Can Actually Stay In. (Has anyone done this? If so, please report back, and also take me with you next time.)

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