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gray layers & big sales

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Gray Turtleneck c/o Marshalls, Soft Joie sweater (25% off with code below), Paige denim jeans (on sale), Dolce vita booties (similar style 60% off), Gap scarf (currently 50% off with code below), Nordstrom bag (currently 40% off)

Happy Friday and biggest shopping day of the year!  I used to have the urge to brave the stores today, but that feeling is long gone.  I love nothing more than staying in the day after Thanksgiving, decorating my house for Christmas and ordering gifts online.  There are so many great sales going on right now that I am on absolute overload with all I need & want to buy.  I have many gifts in mind for others, as well as few gifts I’m lusting after for myself (like this, and this).  I’ve rounded up all of the best sales today and am listing them below with their coupon codes.  I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and good luck with your shopping today! xo

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Best Sales Around the Web:

Joie Clothing (including this sweater I’m wearing) 25% off with the code THANKS.

ASOS 30% off site wide with the code TGIBF. (Loving this dress for holiday parties)

Banana Republic 50% off 1 full priced item with code BRFIFTY and 40% off site wide with the code BRFORTY.

Equipment 25% off with code THANKS. (I’ve been DYING for these sunglasses)

Express 50% off no code required

Gap (including this scarf) 50% off with the code BLKFRIDAY.

J.Crew 30% off full priced styles with the code HOLIDAY.

Lord & Taylor 20% off almost everything with the code THANKS.

Madewell 25% off your purchase with the code GIFTON.

Old Navy 50% off with code BLACKFRIDAYYEA.

Piperlime 25% off with the code THANKFUL25.

Shopbop tiered promotion with up to 25% off $1,000 code GOBIG14.

Toms 25% off everything with the code CHEER.

 


sweet eats: sage + butternut squash mac & cheese

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This is the perfect Thanksgiving side dish.  It’s rich, delicious, and has all the flavors of fall.  I was trying to think of a way to make a lightened up Thanksgiving mac’ and cheese and somehow I wound up with an extremely butter heavy side.  But, what is Thanksgiving if not the perfect excuse to indulge (and be thankful- of course).  If you’re in charge of bringing a side tomorrow, or are hosting Thanksgiving yourself, please whip up a pan of this.  Your family and friends will be extremely thankful for you. xo

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Sage & Butternut Squash Mac’ and Cheese

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups butternut squash peels & diced
  • 6-8 sage leaves
  • 3/4 stick of butter
  • 4 tlbspns all purpose flour
  • 3 cups milk
  • 1/2 tspn grated nutmeg
  • 1 cup shredded gruyere
  • 1/2 cup crumbled goat cheese
  • 1 cup shredded fontina cheese
  • 1 cup shredded white cheddar
  • 1 box cooked short pasta (I used cavatappi with ridges)
  • 1/4 cup bread crumbs for topping

On a sheet pan, spread out the squash in one layer.  Drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper, and bake at 350 degrees until it is softened and golden brown at the edges.

While the squash is roasting, boil the water and cook the pasta according to package directions.

In a large deep pan or cast iron skillet, melt the butter.  As the butter melts add in the whole sage leaves.  Allow the sage flavor to infuse into the butter.  Sprinkle the flour over the melted butter and sage and whisk together for 1-2 minutes to make the roux.  Add in the milk and whisk together so there are no lumps.  Allow the cream sauce to thicken by simmering over low heat for about 3-4 minutes.  Add in salt, pepper, and nutmeg.  Using a figure eight motion, slowly stir in your different cheeses.  Once all the cheeses are fully combined remove the pan from the heat.  Add in the cooked butternut squash and the cooked pasta.  Cover the top with the bread crumbs.

Put your pan back in the oven and bake for 20 minutes until the cheese sauce is bubbly and the bread crumbs are toasted and golden brown.  I serve this right out of the pan.  Enjoy!


tuesday ten: 10 things i’m most thankful for

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Photo: Kelsey Combe Photography 

To say I have I have a lot to be thankful for this year is an understatement.  A lot of blessings have been sent my way over the course of the past year and I am so grateful.  Since it’s Thanksgiving week I thought I’d share the top ten things I’m thankful for this holiday season (and always).

1) Having the most perfect wedding day I could have ever dreamed of.

2) Being married to the handsome groom for the past 3 months, but loving him for the past 9 years.

3) A great new job that I love.

4) A loving and supportive family & group of friends.

5) The opening of a great fresh juice place near my apartment.

6) Hazelnut coffee every morning.  Every. Single. Morning.

7) Blanket scarves & texting gloves.

8) Home cooking, especially big Sunday meals that cook all day (like this one).

9) My heated bathroom floors.  It’s chilly in the morning!

10) Enjoying the holiday Thursday with family and as a married lady.

Trying to be grateful everyday is so easily lost when life gets busy, but truly one of the most important things to do to be happy.  I’d love to hear what you are thankful for this holiday season! xo


holiday red & plaid

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Gap skirt, Sweater c/o Marshalls (similar), Loft sweater coat, Hue tights, Dolce Vita boots, Nordstrom bag (currently 40% odd) , Bauble Bar earrings

I love any excuse to dress up and the holidays are certainly no exception.  I grabbed this plaid skirt from Gap a few weeks ago because it’s the perfect piece to mix and match all through the holiday season.  I also hunted for the perfect oversized red sweater and finally found one at Marshalls for a great price.  I think it will be perfect with a flannel or chambray shirt layered underneath it for extra warmth.  I know it’s something I’ll reach for over and over in the next month.  What do you guys like to wear for the holidays?

PS- Would you say the plaid on this skirt is black or navy?  I was leaning towards navy until my husband asked me why I was wearing blue tights with a black skirt (fashion blogger fail).  Let’s just call it one of those black-navy hybrid colors, what do you say?  And please don’t say I’m color blind.

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I hate to sound like every other girl from the ages of 17 to 30, but the Starbucks red cups are back and it’s really putting me into the holiday spirit.  Despite the freezing temperatures this week, I actually love this time of year.  All the hustle and bustle of the holidays is starting and I’m already thinking ahead with my gifts.  I picked up this sweater a few weeks back and love it’s crisp preppy style.  The V-neck is a little on the low side for my comfort zone, and although I love how it looks, I needed to layer something underneath it.  I love this top for layering because its thin enough to wear seamlessly underneath thicker sweaters.  It’s always hard to holiday shop without picking up something for myself, and I treated myself to these boots scored earlier this week on great sale!

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decorating a holiday bar cart

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At a holiday gathering I always find people gravitate towards one of two places: the food spread or the bar.  Living in a tiny NYC apt leaves limited space for entertaining and makes it all the more important to maximize the space you have.  We don’t have a full fledged bar (like this dream one), but we do have a pretty awesome vintage bar cart.  When we entertain I like to jazz it up with some festive decor and keep it fully stocked with everything you need to satisfy your guests.  I found some amazing holiday buys at Marshalls this year.  Marshalls is perfect for buying unique items to use for entertaining, especially if you don’t want to overspend to host your holiday party.  I absolutely loved that gold sparkly placemat.  It was the perfect accent to make our rustic bar cart look a bit more fancy for the holidays.  Check out all my other great holiday entertaining finds below.  How do you guys decorate for a holiday party?

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Snowflake found at Marshalls ($11.99).

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Fun napkins found at Marshalls ($1.99).
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A big thanks to Marshalls for sending over some of these great holiday goodies!


the best basic knit

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Joie knit (some sizes on sale here), H&M sweater & scarf, COH pants, Steve Madden boots via Marshalls, Aqua earrings (similar), Nordstrom bag & glasses

When shopping for winter wear I find it hard to narrow down all the purchases I deem essential.  It’s necessary to have a great pair of boots (I’m lusting after these), a warm and stylish jacket, and a basic knit.  The knit should be warm (duh), flattering, and a neutral color that can be thrown over anything.  I decided on this one and have been wearing it a ton.  It’s perfect for layering, throwing on over a dress, and it has the cozy feel I crave in the colder months.  You can shop some of my other favorite basic knits below.  Have a great weekend all! xo

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