Caitlin has a (precious!) brand-new baby girl on her hands, so it’s no surprise that her picks this month are comprised of many a pastel-pink product! We love her choices for sophisticated home décor, blush-colored leather goods and chic stationery. Hopefully her roundup will inspire you to treat yourself to something pretty!
Sugar Paper Los Angeles, The Desk Collection: I’m a huge fan of snail mail, so I’m really excited about this beautiful collection of office supplies from our friends at Sugar Paper.
MATINE, Tilly Baguette in ‘Natural’ ($100): I love this handmade-in-D.C. brand. This may be the prettiest leather pouch I’ve ever seen!
Pepa’s Presents, Baby Bag ($75–$250): We were sent this baby gift bag for Piper. These are seriously the prettiest curated gifts—I loved receiving organically made products from brands I’d never have otherwise discovered.
Minnie & Emma Correspondence, Pineapple Hard Bound Journal ($48): My friend Julia’s collaboration with Minnie & Emma is so fun! As excited as I am for fall, the collection makes me wish for an endless summer.
frank body, Everyday Face Moisturiser ($21.95): This has been such an amazing moisturizer throughout these last few hot and humid weeks of summer. It soothes my post-sun skin, but it’s not sticky or thick.
J.Crew, Bennett Crossbody Bag ($138): I’m all about a hands-free bag these days, and this one provides the perfect pop of color. It’s also the ideal size for my lifestyle.
Allure & butter LONDON, Arm Candy ($15): Allure has teamed up with butter LONDON to create a collection of polishes that is perfect for fall. There’s a great range of options, though the ‘Statement Piece’ shade is probably my favorite!
Lulu & Georgia, “Elodie” Rug by Glitter Guide ($225+): I can’t get enough of my “Elodie” rug, which Taylor designed. The rug makes our family room feel so cozy—and its colors are so happy!
The Crafted Co., Chambray Retro Bow ($13): These are just the sweetest hair bows for babies. I love the retro style and prints.
For more cool things we loved for August check out our founder Taylor Sterling’s August Edit.