The Week #157

It's all in the metallic details-Copper detailing is one of my favourite things ever and I love seeking out inspiration incorporating it in both fashion and decor. I love this setup Izzy shared over on her blog this week. That copper wire frame is such a unique way to display things and switch it up every now and again. I love that Kmart lamp too although I can never find it anywhere in stores *sad face*.

Off The Page-During my teens, Jodi Picoult's books were some of my favourites to read. I think the fact that the stories often unfolded from multiple perspectives really appealed to me. In recent years though it's her young-adult novels, co-written with her daughter Samantha that have won me over. Off The Page is the followup to Between The Lines, the story of Delilah and Oliver, the prince in a fairytale novel that is not all it seems. Both books are so enchanting and contain beautiful illustrations as well. I love the concept and idea behind these stories too. 

Sheezus-Last month I bought this album on a bit of a whim and it's since become one of my go-to's. I feel like compared to Lily Allen's older album this one is quite underrated. My favourite track is the title one but I also highly recommend you give Insincerely Yours and URL Badman a listen as well. So much googndess.

Oy with the reunions already-Although in seriousness, any kind of Gilmore Girls reunion earns itself a bottomless cup of coffee from Luke's Diner. In case you've been under a rock, the Gilmore Girls cast got together before their panel and it's such an awesome interview+great to see almost all of the main cast together again. Their almost two hour long panel is now online too and I'm totally going to sit down and watch it this weekend. 

#readthegirl-Do you remember the popularity surrounding the Millennium Trilogy? Well Lisbeth is making her return in August in a new novel. In the meantime, we can reread the books and anticipate a new story. I've only read The Girl With A Dragon Tattoo but it was a while ago so I've been enjoying rereading it and I'm looking forward to browsing through the other ones.

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