Shop Patricia Heaton’s Closet

Patricia Heaton known for playing Deborah Barone on Everybody Loves Raymond, Frankie Heck on The Middle and Dr. Carol Kenny on Carole’s Second Act is inviting you to shop her closet—for a good cause.

Heaton posted the following on her Instagram page this afternoon “Shop selected looks from my personal collection on @therealreal Proceeds will be donated to @feedingamerica to support COVID-19 relief efforts. The Feeding America network of food banks is leading the fight to #EndHunger

I met Heaton once while at a fundraiser. She seemed nice and down-to-earth, as was her husband. I wouldn’t say that about everyone who was there that night. Shh.

In case you’re wondering

The RealReal, Inc. is an online and brick-and-mortar marketplace for authenticated luxury consignment.

Anyhoo, if you’re interested you can check out Heaton’s closet right here https://www.therealreal.com/sales/patricia-heaton

Did you know?

You can shop Patricia Heaton Home at Walmart too!

How To: gift wrap like a Kardashian

I’m not a big fan of much of anything that Kim Kardashian shares in social media.

But this is a great idea!

According to the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, each family in the Kardashian/Jenner clan is assigned a gift wrapping color for the upcoming holiday.

Neon Orange was the Kardashian/West family color. It’s a pretty color with a classy vibe.

What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

Kim Kardashian West via @kimkardashianwest Instagram

Fall fashion looks and faves

“Style is something each of us already has, all we need to do is find it.” —Diane von Furstenberg

It’s fall. The temperature is dropping and the leaves are starting to, well, fall.

For me, this season is also about organizing and revamping—starting with my closet.

I need to up my (style) game!

Since the cancer diagnosis in 2012, I’ve been a homemaker and a cancer fighter in some form or another.

Hair loss, excessive weight loss, rosacea and overall worry from the cancer fight, drowned me out.

I just recognize myself anymore. And I know I’m not alone when I share this.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re fighting an illness or a college student or stay at home mom, when your overwhelmed or ill your day-to-day uniform is not very attractive.

So whether you’re in a slump or just need inspiration, here’s a few of my fall faves.

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The faux-fur

I think the faux-fur coat is more of a trend, but its a fun (and warm) trend.

It has a Margot Tennenbaum vibe. It’s bold, soft and cozy. You can dress it up, or down.

It can be the pop of color your outfit needs as you’ll see below.

But THIS next coat is my favorite faux-fur of the season. I think it’s the length and neutral color I like so much.

The traditional look

The pop of color

The switch up

Now this is the coat I think will be a staple in many women’s closet, or it should be.

I absolutely LOVE this for the color. The length. The Jackie O look.

It’s perfect for all year. Great for the office or cocktail and dinner parties.

It’s the piece that pulls the outfit together.

With its clean-classy-timeless 1960’s vibe, you can expect to see more of this color and style this season.

The rest of the outfit

I love a casual, clean look. This outfit has comfort written all over it!

The bonus is that you could pair any of those coats with a look like this!

Or this!

On any given day you’re likely to find me dressed like this.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re meeting friends for lunch, sightseeing are doing weekend errands, this is a nice way look pulled together while running errands, picking up the kids or just hanging with friends and family.

(As cute as this purse is, though, it would not work for me because it’s too small. Keep scrolling for my fall “it” bag).

The “it” bag!

Here’s my fall it” bag.

Here’s a slightly different version of it.

And…I recently saw this!

What?! I bought mine before her only at a more affordable price, at least for my pocketbook (laugh).

Screenshots: Travel and Leisure Urban Outfitters Macys The Reformation Milly

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Cancer Survival Kit

Happy Friday, friends!
The number one question I get regarding the cancer patient is what should I buy someone with a diagnosis to show my support?

If you’re not sure what to buy the cancer fighter in your life, the first thing to do is to keep in mind how you feel when you are fighting a bug. What are some of the things that bring you comfort?

For example, hot soup and cozy pajamas always feel so good when you’re feeling ‘blah?’ It’s the same way for the cancer fighter. Here are some of my faves.

Consider gifting your loved one with a nice carryall bag equipped with Ginger Candy to help fight nausea and a soft small blanket to take to chemotherapy (sometimes it gets cold in that suite). You can check out Target for some faux fur blankets or Kaufman Mercantile for a beautiful classic cotton version.

A scarf is also a nice option. It’s a good idea to keep the neck covered when the body is weak. I’ll be posting more ideas soon but trust me, this is a great start!

Oh, I can’t forget my favorite cookbook! You will see this one a LOT around here; One Bite At a Time is authored by chef Rebecca Katz. She’s the best when it comes to cancer nourishment (in my opinion).

What nourishes your soul when you’re feeling under the weather?

Alwayz, April