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People We Love | Caroline Harper Knapp of House of Harper

Posted on May 20, 2016

House of Harlow

HOUSE of HARPER is one of our go-to sites for all things lifestyle, home decorating, beauty, travel, fashion…and even mommy stuff! We wanted to get a glimpse at the life of the gal behind the blog so we got in touch with its founder and curator Caroline Harper Knapp and asked her 10 Questions! Read on to learn everything from her favorite hangout in Houston, TX to the TV show she’s currently binge watching…

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People We Love | Audrey McLoghlin Of Frank & Eileen

Posted on Apr 29, 2016

Audrey McLoghlin
Gwen and Lindsey are longtime fans of the Irish/Italian/Californian luxury shirt brand Frank & Eileen because, simply put, it’s the best shirt. Ever. While the quality of the button downs speak for themselves (each is made of the finest Italian fabrics), the foundation of the brand is built upon a true love story dating back to 1947.

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Things We Love | Easter

Posted on Mar 23, 2016

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It’s almost time for the “hoppiest” holiday of the year: EASTER! How will you be spending your day? Decorating eggs, indulging in milk chocolate and peeps, or both? Gwen and Lindsey will be celebrating in the sand! Read on to learn more…

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Things We Love | Practical & Stylish Storage Solutions

Posted on Mar 10, 2016

The Laundress Storage Collection

 Gwen and Lindsey searched high and low for the perfect storage pieces that weren’t synthetic, made with cardboard or plastic, and treated with toxic chemicals. So, once again, they set out to make their own! Here’s a roundup of their favorite pieces from the Home Storage Collection:

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THINGS WE LOVE | GWEN & JAMES’ MATRIMONY!

Posted on Feb 25, 2016

Gwen Whiting & James Dale
 

Some celebrate their 40th birthday with cake, candles, and a glass of champagne. Gwen Whiting, The Laundress Co-Founder, celebrates with nuptials.  Her mentality: “Turning 40 marks the start of a new chapter in my life so I might as well get married!”  And in true New York City fashion, nothing in this story is traditional…
 

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