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Kate’s Fall Favorites

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These chilly fall temps snuck up on me quickly so I’ve been retreating indoors for Netflix binges and T-Swift jam sessions. Check out what I’ve been reading, watching and listening to as of late.


Reading: The Defying Decade by psychologist D. Meg Jay

Typically, I don’t buy into the self-help, kumbaya books that flood the shelves at bookstores. I’ve repeatedly heard phenomenal things about this book so, I bought in. Growing up in a society that promotes barista occupations, musical festival lifestyles, and tiny-home housing, this book is nothing short of a reality check. Dr. Jay makes a riveting argument to making the most out of your 20’s.

Watching: Stranger Things
This series packs suspense, humor, romance, and horror-all within 55 minute episodes. Sci-Fi has never been so fab.


Listening: “Ready for It” by Taylor Swift.
Rest assured, this one is not about Kayne.

10.13.17

We’ve got all of our fingers on the pulse here at Skirt, so each week we’re rounding up a few of the news stories we can’t stop chatting about.

Coach is prepped for a rebrand at the end of the month:
“Coach Inc. is changing its name to Tapestry to better incorporate all of the brands it owns, which includes Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman.”

Is Nordstrom Local the future for brick & mortar retailers?
“Nordstrom has officially opened its first store without inventory, testing a new format for the department store chain called Nordstrom Local.”

Your favorite millennial-driven skincare line is breaking into the perfume biz:
“Glossier recently launched a body wash and lotion, hit the three-year mark, and began business in the UK. The beloved beauty brand isn’t slowing down, though, and will now set its sight on turning the fragrance industry on it’s head.”

Delta is making a serious case for booking that holiday trip:
“Delta is now serving complimentary Prosecco to all passengers on international flights.”

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