The Edit

Merry (almost Christmas) everyone! We’re counting down the days ‘til Saint Nick shows up, and in the meantime we’re doing a little last-minute shopping—and maybe picking up a few things for ourselves, too. Keep scrolling to see our latest Edit full of DIYs we’re dying over, podcasts we’re listening to, home décor must-haves and more…

DIY tulle wall hanging via ruffled blog

DIY tulle walle hanging via ruffled blog

1. DIY Tulle Wall Hanging via Ruffled Blog
I can’t resist a good craft with lots of tulle, and this one is next on my to-do list. It’s such a cute wall hanging hanging for a nursery or other girly space, but a larger version would also make the prettiest photo backdrop. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

zara kids jeans

2. Zara Kids Basic Regular-Fit Jeans, $19.90
I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing cuter than a tiny pair of jeans. I recently purchased a pair of jeans from Zara kids for little Liam, and boy does he look adorable. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

christmas cake by lauren lowstan

christmas cake by lauren lowstan

3. Christmas Cake Made by Lauren Lowstan’s resident baker Lauren Lowstan made the most adorable Christmas cake at a recent shoot for the blog, and I’m pretty sure confections don’t come any cuter than this. And as if it wasn’t good enough already, we served it up on these little paper plates by Oui Party that I’m still dying over. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

conan o'brien needs a friend

4. Conan O’brien Needs A Friend Podcast
You guys, this is my new favorite podcast. Basically, Conan just brings other funny people onto his podcast—his first few guests were people like Will Ferrell, Kristen Bell, and Dax Shepard—and they discuss life, embarrassing stories, and things we all secretly relate to. (It kind of reminds me of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, but in podcast form.) It honestly feels like hanging out with a couple of friends and is just a delight to listen to, so if you need a good laugh or some light hearted conversation, listen to this. –Tessa, Associate Editor

LC Lauren Conrad hoodie

5. LC Lauren Conrad Eyelash Hooded Sweater, $36.99
I’m normally a crewneck sweatshirt kind of girl, but this soft and cozy hoodie made me change my mind. I love how it’s lightweight enough to layer without being bulky, and pretty enough to wear with jeans and booties. –Kiera, Editorial Intern

6. Lauren’s Tips on Gift Giving
If you need a good laugh, take a peek at this video of Lauren recounting some of the worst gifts that people have received for the holidays… and replacing them with the perfect presents from her LC Lauren Conrad line at Kohl’s! –Rachel, Managing Editor

plain jane kid's pajamas

plain jane's kids pajamas

7. Plain Jane Kid’s Pajamas, $38 – $40
My kiddos were recently gifted pajamas from this line, and they are literally the softest jammies ever. My 4-year-old little girl (who almost exclusively wears dresses) also appreciated that there was a nightgown option. They have a women’s collection too, and now I’m considering getting a pair of PJs or a robe for myself. –Ilana, Managing Editor

quay australia sunglasses

8. Quay Australia Jezabell 57mm Round Sunglasses, $54.99
I’ve been on the hunt for a pair of round sunnies and I finally found the perfect pair. I love how these Quay sunglasses are bigger than most of the round options out there, and they come in three different colors depending on your style. I’m a big fan of gold, and I’m so glad I went with these ones! –Jessi, Senior Editor

the little market woven pillow

9. The Little Market Ximena Woven Pillow, $120
I’m so obsessed with this new tassel pillow from The Little Market. I have such a hard time deciding between all of their beautiful handmade pillows, but I think the peachy hue of this one with the grey design woven into it has me sold. –Tessa, Associate Editor

10. Dirty John on Bravo
If you haven’t listened to the original podcast, all I’ll say is that the story is likely to make you do a thorough background check on anyone you start dating. The TV version has done a great job adapting the chilling real-life story, and Connie Britton is perfectly cast as Deborah Newell, an Orange County interior designer who realizes the man she’s dating has a lot of secrets. Don’t Google the story before you start watching though, the slow build is half the fun. –Kiera, Editorial Intern 

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XO Team LC

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