Would you like to give more, save more, and eat well? How about Annie in BHG and some wisdom from Designer Carla Aston as well? It’s Sunday so I am visiting my pals Mary Ann and Annie and we are sharing our favorites.
GIVE MORE SAVE MORE AND EAT WELL
OUTFIT OF THE WEEK-FEATURING FEED
I am starting off with the Outfit of the Week because I found a few items I think you will love. FYI both the jeans and the sweater also come in extended sizes. I am keeping it simple because I think you want these items. I ordered these Born loafers from Nordstrom and they are the most comfortable shoes right out of the box I have ever worn. I ordered the brown and I am ordering the black tomorrow because they are now on sale. They come in multiple colors. I can’t recommend them highly enough. I went downtown to a couple of my favorite local shops. I found this fabulous Sanctuary sweater at Bijou Paso. You can also purchase it online at Nordstrom’s here., and in extended sizing on Stitch Fix here. It is soft, flattering, and covers the bum. I have been searching for a great pair of jeans and I LOVE the Rachel jean from Kut from Kloth. They are having 20% off all online purchases now as well. I purchased mine at Haley & Co I have another pair of their jeans that I have had for years, and still wear them. They aren’t ridiculously expensive like some jeans either. Last but not least I am featuring a bag from Feed. They are having their annual give more save more event. If you aren’t familiar with FEED, the number on the bags represents the number of school meals they will provide to children in America and around the world. You can read more about FEED’S mission here.
SHOP FEED OUTFIT OF THE WEEK
ANNIE’S FEATURED IN BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS
Annie’s home is in the Christmas issue of Better Homes and Gardens on the newsstands now. The title of the article is In Her Nature. You can read about it in her Instagram post here.
THE WISDOM OF CARLA ASTON
Do you read Carla Aston’s blog? Carla is one of the best “teachers” of Interior Design, I know of. Carla knows how to break Interior Design down so that we can all understand it and utilize it in our own home. I am a big fan of keeping one’s main upholstered pieces neutral and adding color and pattern in the accessories. Carla’s recent post Timeless Neutrals never go out of Style breaks it down.
LUXE GIFTS FOR THE ENTERTAINER
I consider all of these gifts to be luxe even though many do not have luxe price tags. I love the tortoise ice bucket, and who wouldn’t love cozying up to this faux fox throw? I never have enough cheese knives and appetizer spoons. This gorgeous brass tray would be the hit of the party. Another need in our entertaining closet, is small bowls for dips, munchies, and sauces. I love that these olivewood bowls don’t break. The oversized linen napkins from PB are favorites in my house. Rustic cutting boards for entertaining anyone? I have my eye on the horn napkin rings. This beautiful picnic basket would be a luxe gift for a young couple or an older one like us for that matter! Grown Alchemist (a new favorite) Cedarwoo, Ylang Ylang and Tangerine is a wonderful not overly Christmasy scent.
SHOP LUXE GIFTS FOR THE ENTERTAINER
HEALTHY TEX MEX CAULIFLOWER EGG CASSEROLE
I am trying to eat healthier options for breakfast. I am going to make this breakfast casserole tomorrow. I have another cauliflower breakfast casserole that is even simpler than this one, but I cannot locate the recipe. I am going to give this one from cotter crunch a try with a few additions. I am going to add some fresh chopped oregano to the mix and green onions. I may add 1/4 cup of nonfat yogurt to add a little creaminess as well. I like this one because you can throw it together in minutes if you keep priced cauliflower in the freezer (which I do).
Thank you for reading Give More Save More and Eat Well. Thank you so much for sharing your Sunday with me. As always you can find any of my Sunday favorites that you may have missed right here. Now let’s pop over and visit Annie and Mary Ann and see what they are up to.