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  1. 1.29.13

    lusting that dress too!

  2. 1.29.13
    Sharona said:

    Love that you loved The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks! I just started The Happiness Project and can’t wait to read the others – thanks for the great post!

  3. 1.29.13

    That printed J Crew dress went on my wish list the moment I saw it! I love how it could be paired with black tights to finish out the winter or cute flats when the weather starts to warm up!

    X Kenzie


  4. 1.29.13

    I wish I had that dress and was reading that book!! I’m going to write it down so I remember it!! =)

  5. 1.29.13

    Love your picks! I went and bought The Happiness Project because of your post Friday. Can’t wait to start reading it!

  6. 1.29.13

    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks was fascinating to me too! What book are you tackling next? And I love that dress you pictured as well. Gorgeous print.

  7. 1.29.13

    It’s 65 in the DC area today so I’m obsessing over a future spring wardrobe!

  8. 1.29.13
    the NOW said:

    I love your lust!! Wouldn’t it be so nice to be at the right now!?!? Or even planning a trip there. Ugh. I’ll need to read that article! xo

    • 1.29.13
      the NOW said:

      be at the beach…is what I meant to say. haha

  9. 1.29.13

    That dress is gorgeous!

  10. 1.29.13
    Rebecca said:

    This is such a cute series – you’re so talented with design!
    I absolutely love that printed dress, I can even see it on the streets on NY with some Valentino kitten heels.

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  11. 1.29.13
    whitney said:

    I love that J Crew printed dress as well, it’s seriously chic. And I want to read those books now as well!

    PS – check out the Jack Rogers giveaway on my blog!

  12. 1.29.13
    Emily said:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks!!! And that article in the New York, when I first got my issue I thought ‘duh, high school sucks’ but after reading it I really felt like I learned a lot!

  13. 1.29.13
    amanda said:

    Yessss, I agree with Emily above on both points though mainly the second. I was a nay sayer going in to the article ‘thanks for that epic breakthrough nymag’ but it was actually pretty level and reasonable.

    Digging the set up of the 3L on this post. groovy.

  14. 1.30.13

    Love the article about never leaving high school. I noticed this phenomenon when I first graduated from college (also kind of like high school in many ways) and started working my first job. Even though I was working with established professionals, there were still cliques, people still felt left out if no one asked them to walk to lunch, and there was definitely still a “cool” crowd. Ridiculous, but interesting. Thanks for sharing! Your blog is great!

  15. 1.30.13

    I bought the Henrietta Lacks book a while ago and still haven’t started reading it. Now I’ll have to read it next!

    Luci’s Morsels – fashion. food. frivolity.

  16. 1.30.13

    Have you see that dress in person? It’s amazing!

  17. 2.3.13

    That J. Crew dress is awesome! Of course it’s already sold out. Arrgh!

    That high school article confirmed many of my suspicions about how much we remain products of our adolescence. It was a fascinating read.