Friday Favorites (Week of June 19th)

Thank goodness it's finally Friday!

This week sure flew by! But of course, there was enough time to round up a few favorites of mine from the past few days and now is the perfect time to share with y'all. So before I kick off the weekend, I want to show you some finds that made this week more inspirational and happy, and I hope they are a great start to your weekend! 

Favorite Summer Accessory: "Resting Beach Face" Pouch

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I mean, how can one not love this pouch? It's an absolute perfect summer accessory, especially for someone like me who loves going to the beach. Plus, you can take it in public and not worry about children or very strict people being concerned about what it's referencing! 

Favorite Book: Enchantment: The Life of Audrey Hepburn by Donald Spoto

The word "enchantment" is a perfect way to describe the legacy that Audrey Hepburn left before she entered heaven years ago. This book shares everything about Audrey's life and career, including becoming a fashion icon, working as a UNICEF ambassador in her last years, and the iconic movies that put her on the spotlight like Breakfast at Tiffany's and Roman Holiday. I have yet to start reading this, and I am ready to be enchanted indeed! 

Where To Buy: Barnes & Noble

Favorite Shirt: "This Is Yoga" Cool Racerback

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If you're a yogi like me, you know you can't resist this super cute tank! I just bought it from lululemon very recently and I have already worn it twice. It's fitted good, it matches everything, and it simply expresses my love for yoga, even if I'm not in downward or child's pose!  

Where To Buy: lululemon

Favorite Bakery: Sprinkles Cupcakes

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For the first time, I finally tried Sprinkles Cupcakes while visiting my sister in Chicago last weekend, and I'm in love with it so much. The cupcakes come out of a freaking ATM machine, what more could you ask for?!

Favorite Song: "Trust In You" by Lauren Daigle

This is definitely my new favorite Christian song. It's so comforting and powerful, it also is a reminder that anything good can happen when we put our trust in God. It's one of those songs I can listen to on repeat without getting tired of it, it gets even better every time. I think Lauren Daigle deserves a Grammy!

(P.S. I have no ownership rights to these pictures and video, except for #1 and #4.)