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Can you believe we’re already into the month of November? It seems like the holidays are already flying by, but don’t worry—we’ve got plenty more content in store. We’re enjoying the new month with all the fall desserts and an effortless top knot for those lazy autumn days, and today we’re sharing a few more things to make the most of the season. We hope you love what we’ve rounded up…

california friendsgiving via the shift creative

california friendsgiving via the shift creative

california friendsgiving via the shift creative

1. California Friendsgiving via The Shift Creative
I’m always in for a good Friendsgiving. This one styled by The Shift Creative has all the makings of a pretty perfect bash… Pink florals, metallic gold glassware, and festive food? Count me in. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

halogen faux leather pencil skirt

2. Halogen Faux Leather Pencil Skirt, $79
I recently wore this faux leather skirt to an event for The Little Market. It was classic, chic, and a much better price than real leather would be. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

be a nice human desktop and mobile backgrounds

3. ‘Be a Nice Human’ Desktop and Mobile Wallpaper via Brit + Co.
I love this reminder to be a nice human. It really is as simple as that! Visit this page to download the full-res backgrounds. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

LC Lauren Conrad booties

4. LC Lauren Conrad Dear Ankle Boots, $39.99
Say hello to my new favorite booties! These cuties from Lauren’s line at Kohl’s go with pretty much every outfit I’ll be wearing this fall and winter, and are super comfortable, too. They also happen to be on sale right now, so I just might pick up another pair in a different color… –Rachel, Managing Editor

crazy rich asians novel

5. Crazy Rich Asians Trilogy
I always try to read books before seeing their movie adaptations, and I’m so glad that I picked up the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy. These books are so funny and over the top dramatic, I couldn’t put them down! I still have yet to see the movie but I have a feeling that I’m going to love it based on the books alone. If you’re looking for a comedic relief from your everyday routine, I suggest picking up these reads. –Jessi, Senior Editor

6. “Quiet” by MILCK
I was recently introduced to MILCK’s music when The Little Market collaborated with her on a tote bag benefiting #ICan’tKeepQuiet.org. Her voice is hauntingly beautiful and all her music contains powerful messages in support of women’s rights and social justice for marginalized groups. –Ilana, Managing Editor

Yark Dog collar and leash

7. Yark Dog Tilly Collar, $75 and Sadie Leash, $117
I just adopted a rescue dog named Lil from Wags and Walks (isn’t she the cutest?!) so naturally, I was in need of a collar and leash for her when I brought her home. I picked up this combo from Yark, along with the matching Sadie collar as well, and I can’t get over how adorable and high-quality their products are. (BTW, they also carry the cutest pet toys.) This little girl has been through a lot, so I can’t help but spoil her a little bit. –Tessa, Associate Editor

drunk elephant lala retro whipped cream

8. Drunk Elephant Lala Retro Whipped Cream, $60
This is without a doubt the softest, most luxurious moisturizer I have ever tried and I’m already planning my next restock. Although the name is a little bit out there, it really does describe what it feels like to put on this super light “whipped cream”—basically the equivalent of giving your skin a hug. I like to do a TON of research before I commit to a skincare product, and the fact that Drunk Elephant uses clean ingredients, and doesn’t include things like perfumes or drying alcohols, made me feel that much better about hitting ‘add to cart.’ –Kiera, Editorial Intern

#boringselfcare

#boringselfcare

#boringselfcare

9. Hannah Daisy’s #BoringSelfCare Series
Everywhere you go these days, you hear about how important “self care” is. It’s so important to me to practice self care everyday, and that means the little things. I found illustrator Hannah Daisy on Instagram a few months ago and fell in love with her #BoringSelfCare series—because self care doesn’t have to be spending the day at a fancy spa or getting your hair done. It’s also the little things you do all day to take care of yourself, and show yourself love. –Rachel, Managing Editor

the little market gift tote

10. The Little Market Curated Gift Bag Tote, $40 to $44
I love sending goodies from The Little Market to my family and friends. Whether it’s a birthday, engagement, or any sort of celebration, I know that I can find them a sweet little something from one of my favorite fair trade shops. Their new batch of curated gift totes is the perfect gift! Complete with a reusable tote bag and one of their amazing scented candles, I’m going to be ordering one every gifting opportunity. –Jessi, Senior Editor

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Photos: The Shift Creative, Brit + Co., Jessi Burrone, @makedaisychains on Instagram
Friendsgiving Credits:
Styling: The Shift Creative // @theshiftcreative
Rentals: The Hostess Haven // @hostesshaven
Florals: The Flower Stand // @theflowerstand
Pies: I Like Pie Bake Shop // @ilikepiebakeshop
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