The Edit

From the perfect touch of DIY boho décor for your walls, to a new show to binge, to six tips to de-clutter your closet this year, today’s Edit truly is a mixing pot of things we’re obsessing over lately. So let’s skip the chit-chat and get right to it…

Macrame Leaf DIY

Macrame DIY Leaf

1. DIY Macrame Feathers via Honestly WTF
How cool are these handmade feathers? It’s a surprisingly easy project, and a collection of these macrame feathers would make the prettiest boho wall décor. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

Juice Beauty Mask

2. Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel Full Strength Exfoliating Mask, $48
I love a good face mask (who doesn’t?) and lately I’ve been hooked on this Green Apple one from Juice Beauty. Not only does it exfoliate my skin and make it feel as soft as ever, but it also helps reduce fine lines and discoloration. –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

Brit + Co Closet Organization

3. 6 Genius Closet Storage Tips via Brit + Co
The ladies from The Home Edit helped me clear my clutter in my own home last year, and the tips they share in this article to help you organize your closet really are genius. (Not to mention, perfect for anyone who made the resolution to get organized this year…) –Lauren, Editor-in-Chief

LC Lauren Conrad Sweatshirt

4. LC Lauren Conrad Heart Weekend Sweatshirt, $29.99
The sweatshirt says it all… Lauren’s line of loungewear at Kohl’s is so cozy, and I’m currently loving this cute sweatshirt that was made for the weekends. –Rachel, Managing Editor

Crate and Barrel Nesting Bowls

5. Crate & Barrel Nesting Mixing Bowls, $29.95
Blame it on the New Year, but lately I’ve been doing a complete home refresh. This mostly includes donating and reorganizing, but there were a few household items on my list that I really wanted to replace. These mixing bowls from Crate & Barrel are a favorite recent purchase because they’re so sturdy and will match any decor style if I decide to mix it up in the future (pun intended). –Jessi, Senior Editor

6. Vanity Fair on Amazon Prime
I LOVE period dramas, but I have a hard time getting into some of them. However, this rendition of Vanity Fair with Olivia Cooke as the leading lady had me hooked from the first episode. I’ll even admit I watched the entire mini series in one day… It’s so enthralling, and I love that it juxtaposes the story with modern music. –Tessa, Associate Editor

Posh Wash Shampoo

7. Cake Beauty The Posh Wash Shampoo, $8.99
One of my goals in 2019 is to switch out my current beauty products for cruelty free versions, so I was pretty excited to try this new shampoo (and its equally natural conditioner). I won’t lie, the pretty packaging and descriptions were a big draw, but I also love how lightweight the formula is—my hair feels lighter and bouncier, even between washes. –Kiera, Editorial Assistant 

Weighted Blanket

8.Sheltered Co. Weighted Blanket, $285-$385
I recently treated myself to a weighted blanket from Sheltered Co. and I couldn’t be happier with my purchase. These blankets are handmade and sell out super quickly, so I set an alarm the last time they went on sale and was able to snag one in blush before they were gone. Weighted blankets can ease anxiety and also help you get a better night’s sleep. Plus, Sheltered Co. only uses recycled or dead stock fabrics to make their blankets, which I love. –Rachel, Managing Editor

The Little Market Yoga Bag

9. The Little Market Woven Yoga Bag, $132
I keep my yoga mat rolling around in the back of my car and there’s nothing worse than popping my trunk only to see that it’s unraveled itself. This handwoven and naturally dyed yoga bag from The Little Market is a chic way to keep my mat put together and ready for my next class! Plus, each purchase gives back to the artisans in Peru that beautifully crafted it. –Jessi, Senior Editor

10. Rooster Wearing Pants by RD Farms
No caption necessary. This is one of those videos that makes you thankful for the Internet. –Ilana, Managing Editor

What’s your favorite thing on this list?

 Have the loveliest weekend everyone!

XO Team LC

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