I know February just started, but I’ve already started my countdown to Valentine’s Day. It’s been my favorite holiday since I was a little girl, and I’m looking forward to celebrating the holiday a few days early with my nieces. It will be my youngest niece first official Valentine’s with us. So we’re very excited to share the holiday with her.
In today’s edition of On the List I’m sharing quite a few Valentine’s related posts, and I’d love to know some of your favorite Valentine’s Day traditions, so feel free to leave me a note in the comments below.
Read about how a shot of EVOO is part of this Skincare Founders Morning Routine.
Valentine’s Day has always been my favorite holiday ever since I was a little girl, and these Heart Shaped Strawberry Shortbread Cookies are giving me all the nostalgic feels.
If you love a good gift edit, check out this Valentine’s Day Edit.
Speaking of Valentine’s gifts, Rifle Paper Co recently released the prettiest skinny cuffs to style for spring/summer, and I had to order one for myself.
In the market for shapewear? Vogue breaks down the Best Shapewear for Women no matter what your styling needs.
The midi-length dresses are definitely something that I’m into right now. It’s such a flattering length (especially if you’re petite) and this Garden Midi Shirt Dress would be just perfect for spring. Also, this Boucle Sweater Dress in Dusty Peach is a ‘wear now’ look that would be so fun to dress up.
If the chilly weather has got you down, why not try out this recipe for Classic Bean Soup to keep you warm (plus it’s vegan!)
I think this may be the perfect wastebasket for my studio and it’s definitely budget friendly.
I’ve had some mac n’ cheese cravings and this One Pot Stove-top Mac and Cheese looks seriously easy to make.
My mom picked up this handbag in navy and I was so amazed by the quality of the handbag that I decided to buy it in red. Can’t wait to start styling it with my navy looks (for a pop of color) and of course my Perfect Emma Pumps (in Merlot Suede) from Sarah Flint!
Check out this inside look at The Gilded Age (I still need to catch up!)
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