Fun Finds to Celebrate Women’s History Month All Year Long

I can’t believe that March is already almost over–this month really flew by, and I’m so excited for more warm spring days ahead. While March is officially Women’s History Month, who says we can’t celebrate girl power all year long? I realized that many of my stores have amazing products that encourage us to do just that, and I’ve rounded them up here!

(A side note: over the weekend, a bunch of DC area design bloggers met up for brunch at Momofuku and it was such an amazing experience–major shoutout to the ladies who helped put this event together! Two of the women who attended are IRL friends–shoutout to my bookclub ladies!– and I had interacted with a couple more on Instagram–so it felt like we’d met!–but the rest of the attendees were completely new faces! That’s partly what made the event so great–we finally had a chance to come together in person, get to know each other behind the ‘gram, and support one another. I have to say that some of the ladies in this group have been my BIGGEST cheerleaders and I’m so grateful for them! I left the event feeling so positive and happy to be a part of this incredible community, and I can’t wait to see what these talented women will do next!).

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1) Ok, maybe I need to just go ahead and order this little tray (tray hoarder over here) because I keep coming back to it! It’s the perfect statement piece with a powerful message (and gorgeous colors).

2) I shared this Women’s March Puzzle in a holiday gift guide roundup and people seemed to really like it! It looks like it’s now sold at several stores, including The Paper Source, which has a ton of amazing products with female empowerment themes. This would be a great gift!

3) A few of my favorite coffee table books just so happen to celebrate women. Pick up Bad Girls Throughout History, 200 Women, and In the Company of Women and prepare to be inspired.

4) A simple reminder in sticker form!

5) I love popping into The Outrage on 14th Street, and it turns out they have a shop online, too! Shop this postcard and more on their site; all proceeds support organizations fighting for social change.

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