September, you’re back so soon. Time for football and to start thinking about fall weather. This month, we have a lot to love in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Wear your home on your neck with these dainty necklaces with the Commonwealth of Kentucky in either gold or silver. Gold necklaces are $45, silver are $40. These are available locally at Pink Julep Boutique. www.pinkjulep.com
Tory Burch Quilted Large Leather Tote
Tory Burch Totes are great because of their size (they hold everything) and they stay on your shoulder. This is a classic bag you can use now and forever; it will never go out of style. Available locally at Rodes for Her for $635. www.rodes.com
Gold Hoop Earrings
Gold hoop earrings should be a staple in all of our jewelry wardrobes. Alexis Bittar designs hoops with a little something extra. These Liquid Gold Pave Interlaced Hoop Earrings offer pave diamonds and intricate design. Available locally at Scout for $195. www.scoutonmarket.com
Here’s my monthly clutch selection. The green is beautiful, but the other colors behind will do just fine, too. This is by Hobo, and all purses by this company are so well designed, with a space for all of your things. (Designed by a woman, obviously). Available for $110 Monkee’s of Louisville. www.shopmonkees.com
Sephora has so many of these and for only about $25, you carry your favorite scent with you in your purse or for travel without having to worry that it will leak. Available locally at Sephora at Oxmoor Center. www.sephora.com
Following our love of all things Kentucky this month, these t-shirts available at Why Louisville are outstanding. It’s too hard to pick just one, so I included part of the large wall of shirts in my selection. All average less than $20. shop.whylouisville.com
Men’s Fall Sweaters
The best part about fall is sweaters, and men’s sweaters are in great colors this season. These v-neck merino sweaters are by Peter Millar and are available at The Fashion Post for $149.50. www.thefashionpost.com
Burlap/Linen Full Apron
Damaris Phillips, Food Network Star, recently found this apron at Urban Farmhouse Market during our FACES of Louisville photo shoot and hopefully she will be wearing it on her new show, that will air later this year. Known as the Heirloomed Full Apron, it is tailored and shabby chic as well. Sold at the Urban Farmhouse Market for $62. www.theurbanfarmhousemarket.com
Tennis Cutting Board and Serving Bowl
Love all things tennis? I bet you do or know someone who does, as shown by the popularity of our Real Housewives of Tennis Post last week. Here’s something to give to your tennis lovers: a cutting board and bowl. Both are available at Cartwheels. Cutting board is $44 and bowl is $20. Tennis lessons are usually about $60 an hour. www.facebook.com
Counting Sheep Pillowcase
Having trouble falling asleep? Try this Counting Sheep Pillowcase, made locally by Kin Ship Goods, a company out of New Albany that designs and screen prints home goods and apparel. These are sold at Urban Farmhouse Market. www.kinshipgoods.com
Cork Square Planters
These are the perfect size for an indoor plant or a tablescape. They are made of cork and wood and sell for $29.95 at Bluegrass Green on Market St. www.bluegrassgreenco.com/page/home
Perfect Decor at Digs
What is it about this store that just draws us back time and time again? Oh, the perfection in everything they pick? Yep, that’s it. Remember we have our SB Deal today with Digs: buy a $25 voucher and it’s worth $50 buckaroos! For details, click here.
ALL THINGS KENTUCKY SPORTS
We all need things to show our loyalty to either UK or U of L starting with football season. Here are two things that are different.
Ceramic Wine Decals
These ceramic decals hang over your wine bottle, just to indicated where your loyalties are. Both are made by For Pete’s Sake Pottery and sold locally at Two Chicks and Co. for $14. shop.twochicksandcompany.com
These are screened or hand-sewn and are adorable. These are slouchy shirts and run big. Sold at Crush. The red/black shirt is $44 and the blue shirt is $36. www.crushboutique.com
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