Friday Favorites

What a week! We have a big deadline coming up at work, so I’m a little bit running on fumes this week, and going to keep this short and sweet. We’ve had some beautiful weather days, though, so I made sure to get outside for at least a little bit every day for some patio reading. I can honestly feel the stress melting away when I’m out there! Anyway, on to this week’s favorites.

Adaptive Clothing at Anthropologie

This is SO exciting – Anthropologie launched a small adaptive clothing collection! They tapped disabled influencers and models to give insight on and model the options for the website, too. I especially love their adaptive version of their best-selling Somerset dress, and this cute boyfriend jean jacket with slits on the side. I hope they keep adding to the collection!

I loved this article about Teri Greeves, a women whose beadwork hangs on the walls of institutions and who comes from a long line of indigenous women who practiced this beadwork. I think it’s so important that we always keep in mind whose art has been traditionally gatekept from museums, and that we constantly evolve our definition of art and artists.

Flowy Embroidered Dress

This flowy white dress from Alivia, one of my favorite brands, is such a perfect summer dress. I love the buttons at the neck, the gorgeous embroidery near the bottom, and how swingy and flowy it is. And of course, I love that Alivia works with disabled artists and donates back to the artists’ art therapy programs!

New Hunger Games Book Coming

Very exciting book news – we’re getting a new Hunger Games book next year! The series (and the movies) are a comfort read / watch to me at this point, and I’m just excited to spend more time in the world of Panem. I’ll read any Hunger Games book that Suzanne Collins wants to write!

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