Buzz Worthy: From Degas to Limonata

For a little change-up on The Glamour Less, I’ve decided to share with you a small sampling of web articles, blog posts, and general musings I found particularly interesting this week.  Happy reading!

1.  A never-before-seen Degas/Cassatt exhibit opened last Saturday at the National Gallery of Art.  The show, described as “stunning” and “most exquisite,” celebrates the artists’ mutual influence through 70 of their works in a variety of media, and I can’t wait to get there.  Luckily, there is plenty of time to check out this highly recommended exhibit before it closes on October 5.

2.  There’s a new post up on Lauren Conrad’s blog about the healthy benefits of oil pulling (a/k/a the ancient Indian folk remedy used for detoxification).  The blogger behind the article now swears by it — though she points out that it is a little hard to maintain the practice — and I have to say I agree having tried it in the past.  Form your own conclusions, but oil pulling may be something worth considering.

3.  I thought I was seeing double when I walked into Ann Taylor earlier this week and was met by a sea of lemon-inspired prints and jewelry.  It seems like I was just ooh-ing and aah-ing over such a darling spring line when I checked out Kate Spade’s lemon-themed pieces several weeks prior. When life gives you lemons!

4.  Saks Fifth Avenue recently promoted gallery-inspired prints as a spring trend and featured Bec & Bridge, Clover Canyon, and 3.1 Phillip Lim (to name a few) in a carefully curated lineup.  Thoughts on being a walking canvas for abstract art?

5.  Banana Republic is advertising 40% off select full-price shorts, tees, tanks, etc. beginning 5/15 and running through 5/18 online (use code BRSUMMER — and some styles are even 50% off online) and 5/19 in stores.  Though I’m sure this will be only the first of many forthcoming Memorial Day sales, the brand has several worth-while basics (like this, this, and this) to restock your closet before the summer heat hits.

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Lauren, the blogger behind The Glamour Less, is a self-proclaimed fashion enthusiast. She started The Glamour Less with the idea of overcoming the need for 'the perfect outfit,' and instead, finding classic and unique pieces that complement and accentuate each other.

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