Show + Tell: Michelle Teague, Owner of JM Drygoods


For years, we’ve considered Austin boutique JM Drygoods and its stylish owner-curator Michelle Teague our under-the-radar source for embroidered tops, handwoven accessories and traditional housewares that unfailingly solicit a “where’d you get that?”. (Our designer Joyce claims it’s a must-visit for anyone passing through the area.) Michelle stocks her shop with finds sourced from her travels—if you catch her in the store, you can learn about a piece’s entire history. But if you can’t make it down to Austin? Well, that’s where we come in. We did a little sourcing of our own, and we’re bringing a few of our favorite JM Drygoods pieces to you. Here, Michelle explains how she turned her love for travel into opening a miniature-Mexico-under-one-roof boutique—Texas incense, vintage jackets and crowded market stalls included.

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The 5-Minute Guide to Tucson with Artist Stella Maria Baer


There’s nothing quite like a weekend getaway—but when time is tight, you need to spend it well. So we invited a few of our travel-loving friends to hit up their favorite driveable destinations and report back with mini guides (think something you could read in five minutes). Up next? Artist Stella Maria Baer checks in from Tucson, Arizona.

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Ode to the Summer Nap (And a Few Facts About Napping)


If there’s one thing we love nearly as much as our summer clothes, it’s a summer nap. Unplanned and entirely indulgent, it’s sort of the ultimate luxury. But before you go getting all “who has the time?” or “why waste it napping?” let us explain and share a few facts about napping. You’re getting verrrrry sleepy…

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Noticed: A New Way to Do Summer Whites


If you feel the way we do, the thought of wearing anything more than a swimsuit right now seems like a bit much. Luckily, a solution that’s light and easy (and more office appropriate) has caught our eye: wearing white from head to toe. While it’s not quite a new idea, there’s one style tweak we’ve seen that freshens it up: mixing textures.

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