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I had a lot of day yesterday, friends. I ripped and restarted a sock I'm taking a stab at designing, I saw a stunning and impactful art show, bought myself a hot pink notebook, and went to a workshop called "trauma survivors in love." Somewhere in there I also ate a hot dog and a lot of grapes and listened to the new episode the West Wing Weekly (the hosts interview Marlee Matlin, who is a genius babe). I also practiced my autoharp, which these days mostly looks like me playing Sea of Love over and over and over and over again. 


I had to bust out a lot of wool to get out of the house this morning. I have a few solid sweaters, but right now I want a million. Especially ones that have subtle patterning, long sleeves, and are a good weight for layering, like Bay Laurel. 



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I love the large-scale leaf patterning, and the neckline shape. 



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Do you want to be a vaguely 90s utilitarian? A grown-up cartoon? A sort of fancy punk? Bay Laurel can do that. 



How will you wear Bay Laurel