FIVE FRIDAY FAVORITES - Dimples and Tangles

FIVE FRIDAY FAVORITES


 I hope you all are kicking off a great start to your weekend!  Both of our kids are on Fall Break, thankfully at the same time so we slipped away for a few days at our family's favorite spot to relax and do nothing.  I hope you caught yesterday's Jack and Jill bathroom makeover update, we're getting close to being finished!  Here are five of my recent favorite things that I wanted to share with you today.  (*This post contains affiliate links, read my full disclosure policy here.)

These blue and white crisscross plates have been favorites for years, and I just noticed they're on sale!  I recently had a reader inquire about them, so I thought I'd pass along the good deal to you as well.

(Full tablescape shown here)




You need this darling jack-o-lantern top to wear while greeting trick or treaters in a few weeks!  The fabric weight is a cross between a t-shirt and a sweatshirt- somewhere in between.   I've seen several similar but the cute heart shaped nose sealed the deal on this one for me! It would also be darling with white or black jeans. (Excuse the glaring sun! Snapped this quickly before we left and couldn't wait for better lighting.)  The sizing reviews are all over the place, I sized up to a large and am glad I did.  My normal M would have been a smaller fit than I wanted.

Similar Gingham Shirt here  ||  Similar Black and White Shoes  ||  Boyfriend Jeans


I came across this rug and I'm trying to figure out a place for it in my house!  I love the lighter colorway and the blue and pink accents.  It's available in several sizes at a great price, too.


I was wearing this poncho sweater in a photo I shared on Instagram and several asked for the source, so I thought I'd share with you too.  It's lightweight, long enough to cover your back side, armholes are sewn in and this color pairs perfectly with leopard!  Available in tan, black, blush, or burgundy, but it also comes in gray at a different link here.


Might seem unusual, but I asked for a pair of saw horses for my birthday a few months ago.  This is the worst photo ever, but these are perfect!  They're lightweight but sturdy and super easy to set up and take down.  Especially in a case like this, I also really like that there are notches in the top of them.  I was able to thread the lanterns I was painting on a rod and hold the rod in a notch so it wouldn't roll off the top.  Handy!


I had to throw in an extra today because of a great sale, already half off and take another 15% off of these gorgeous coats!  I'm totally tempted by the green and pink ones, but not sure that I could choose.  And that cape!  Major heart eyes.  Use code HOORAYEXTRAS for extra off each of these.






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8 comments

  1. Jennifer,

    Did you order your normal size for the jack-o-latern top? It is darling and I have the black and white blouse thanks to you already!!

    Thank you!

    Kim

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    1. I sized up to a large and am glad I did. Thanks for asking, I meant to say that in the post.

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  2. I asked for and received the same sawhorses for Christmas!!

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  3. Aren’t they great? My old ones were metal with weird legs and hard to use. Love these!

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  4. It might just be on my end - but when I click to go to the source for the blue and white crisscross plates - it takes me to a different date in your blog?

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    1. So sorry Sandi, I just fixed the link!
      https://rstyle.me/+oOBLiw9mXjAxgKAB3J5Gqw

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  5. Sandi - I noticed the same thing but looked at her original post and found it here...https://www.macys.com/shop/product/mikasa-cadence-crisscross-accent-plate?ID=838549

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