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Hi, Friday! We’re experiencing all the feels about this week’s collection of personal favorites, and we think you’re going to fall in love with a thing or two we’re sharing below… So let’s get right to it—keep scrolling for our latest inspiration, reviews, and recommendations…

Marrow Fine jewelry via Instagram

1. Marrow Fine by Jillian Sassone
I recently decided to get my wedding band recreated and found Marrow Fine by Jillian Sassone on Instagram. Jillian creates one-of-a-kind pieces with repurposed diamonds or gemstones you already have, completely custom pieces, and has a ready-to-shop collection available on her website. I worked with her directly to make a new wedding band that complements my wedding ring and I can’t recommend her enough. Be sure to check out her website here or Instagram page here. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

design by Georgia Ezra of Studio Ezra

design by Georgia Ezra of Studio Ezra

2. The Home of Georgia Ezra (Studio Ezra)
I always aim to have a good mix of natural elements in my home to make things feel light and airy, and this design by Georgia Ezra is my latest inspiration. Have to admit I’m a little bit obsessed with those rattan-inlay cabinets and drawers. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

Olive and June heart nail art stickers

3. Heart Mani with Olive & June Nail Stickers
I regularly do my own nails at home, so I love finding new ideas to try for my next at-home manicure. I’m all about this cute heart motif using Olive & June’s nail art stickers (which my team also used for a few LC Lauren Conrad inspired manis). A good nude polish and do-it-yourself nail art? Sign me up. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

Lesser Evil paleo puffs

4. Lesser Evil Grain-Free Paleo Puffs in “No Cheese” Cheesiness, $3.99
Meet my new favorite snack. I bought these for my toddler, but I may have accidentally eaten almost the entire bag myself. Luckily, these healthy “cheese” puffs are vegan, gluten-free, organic, and paleo, so I can feel a lot better indulging in this snack than a bag of Cheetos. –Ilana, Managing Editor

Madewell oversized jean jacket

5. Madewell The Oversized Jean Jacket in Capstone Wash, $128
I think my favorite thing that’s happened lately in the world of fashion is that the oversized look is in—especially when it comes to jean jackets. After picking up this oversized denim jacket at Madewell last week, I’m officially giving away all other jean jackets I own. This one is so insanely comfortable, and I absolutely love the oversized look. Makes every outfit look a little bit more stylish and effortless… and it looks adorable worn over the shoulders, too. –Rachel, Managing Editor

The Little Market handmade tassel keychain

6. The Little Market Tassel Keychain, $10
One day I will finally start using a smaller tote to carry my essentials, but until that day comes, I love this keychain tassel, which is easy to find in the depths of my bag. I have this cotton candy pink version, but the other ones are so cute that I might just have to buy a few more… –Kiera, Editorial Intern

basic grey tank

7. Wild Fable Placket Tank Top, $10
I know that this may seem like the most basic tank top, but I can honestly say that I’ve worn it SO many times since I purchased it. I love how it’s slightly cropped and is so soft without having to wash it a bunch of times. I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t purchase it in both colors… –Jessi, Senior Editor

LC Lauren Conrad floral smocked midi dress

LC Lauren Conrad floral smocked midi dress

8. LC Lauren Conrad Floral Smocked Midi Dress, $45
I recently wore this feminine frock in the blush color for our plant shop party shoot, and I didn’t want to take it off afterward! I love the floral print and the flattering silhouette, and the 3/4 sleeves make it the perfect transitional piece. –Ilana, Managing Editor

The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy

9. The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy, $15.30
With so many good books out there, it’s pretty rare that I’ll come back and read something twice. That being said, I recently found myself picking up this book again and it was even better than I remembered. The story starts in 1969 and follows fraternal twins from a wealthy Indian family, whose lives are forever changed when tragedy strikes. The story goes on to explore the complicated rules of the caste system and show the devastating the consequences of crossing those lines for love. I love how it gives a detailed back-story on each character, and the writing is truly beautiful. Definitely a fall must-read! –Kiera, Editorial Intern

10. Dignity Health “Hello Humankindness” Campaign
I saw this commercial while I was watching Netflix, and it totally pulled at my heart strings. I love this ad campaign that highlights small, real-life moments of human kindness, and especially love this found footage of a football team faking missed tackles to let their little honorary footballer make a touchdown. I think we can all agree the world needs more of this right now. (Plus, doesn’t it just make you “aww”?!) –Tessa, Associate Editor 

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