5 Things We’re Loving

Continuing our new twist to 5 Things, we’re sharing what our editors were loving this week and what we’re looking forward to this weekend, in hopes that it will inspire you! As always, we love to see our readers participate, so don’t forget to share your favorite things from this past week with the hashtag #GG5things and by tagging @glitterguide on Twitter and Instagram.

5 Things We're Loving
1. Setting Goals: We’re officially one month into 2016, so it’s time to start getting serious about making big plans for the year ahead! Carrie has been working her way through Lara Casey’s PowerSheets to make sure her goals for the next six months stay squarely on track.

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2. “Grease” Is The Word: A live production of the all-time classic musical film “Grease” is coming to our televisions this Sunday on FOX. We’re so excited to sing along to our old-time favorites!

3. Fresh and Bright Photos: We take editing our Instagram photos very seriously around here and it just became even easier to do with the launch of the new app, A Color Story from the team at A Beautiful Mess. Get ready for your photos to look their absolute best and brightest!

5 Things We're Loving
4. Couture Week Daydreaming: Paris Couture Week is currently happening and we’re daydreaming about all the over-the-top gowns from Chanel, Giambattista Valli, Elie Saab and more.

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5. Hello Sunnies!: J.Crew launched its first-ever sunglasses collection this week and to say we’re obsessed with them is an understatement.

5 Things We're Loving

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Author: Carly Hill

Raised in Northern Michigan, she now lives in NYC and splits her time working in social media, being a GG editor & exploring the city for the next best meal! Follow on Instagram

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