November Faves : Korean Sheet Masks, Velvet Pillow Covers + Nordstrom Sale Picks
Daylight Saving Time has ended, the days are getting shorter and crisper, and the ice rinks have even gone up at Union Square and on the Embarcadero. Fall is in full swing, and the holidays are right around the corner. I'm loving all the 70's inspired boho floral dresses paired with booties, and clean, black pieces. Maybe I've lived in The City for too long, but you can never go wrong with a classic wardrobe staple in black.
Nordstrom is currently having their fall sale, and I'm having a hard time resisting. There are a couple of really great leather (and faux leather!) jackets on sale, some awesome riding boots, and a bunch of classic layering pieces. I'm currently on the hunt for some classic, black, oversize sunnies and a new little pouch for my credit cards. Since SF is constantly somewhere between fall and spring, many of the pieces on sale will work well all year. I can always find a reason to buy a new sweater, and chunky, textural knits are some of my looks for fall. Thanksgiving is coming up soon, and the holidays (and a fun vacation!!) are close behind so I'm trying to budget accordingly, but I'm not sure I'll be able to resist!
I'm still obsessed with The Supers from Glossier, and sheet masks from Korean skincare brand The Face Shop. I've even ordered the priming moisturizer and face wash from Glossier to expand my growing collection. I'm really trying to focus on skin care, and have taken the Glossier slogan "skin first, makeup second" to heart.
I'm loving how our updated living room turned out, and have been spending time cozy on the couch. These velvet pillow covers from H&M are everything. I'm obsessed with Sydney Hale Co. candles, and have been burning this one none stop.
So far though, the best part of the month was the inspirational and colorful 10th birthday celebration Oh Happy Day! threw in The Mission. The balloon installation by Geronimo Balloons was so, so, so good! The colors! The idea! The execution! For more, check out the Oh Happy Day blog post here and be sure to watch the time lapse of the whole installation!