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{Weekend} Style Files

It’s Thursday, so surely you have this weekend planned to the minute — right? Just in case, we’ll give you a run down of stops you should add to your agenda.

Are we the only ones that live for the weekends? It’s Thursday, so surely you have this weekend planned to the minute — right? Just in case, we’ll give you a run down of stops you should add to your agenda.

Your first stop after work should be the DL1961 trunk show at Tootsie’s. After a quick wardrobe change, we suggest leaving the Buckhead ‘hood for a night out in Midtown. We’ve been dying to try the Fifth Group’s trendy new seafood restaurant, Lure. Everyone’s talking about the “old farmhouse” décor with reclaimed wood and the anchor found at the bottom of the Boston Harbor. Once you’ve eaten your oysters and finished off one of those signature punchbowl cocktails, head straight to Piedmont Park for Music Midtown. We are pretty excited that the Avett Brothers are in the lineup.

It’s time again for the Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival. If you don’t know about it, you should definitely check it out. Several of the ACP photographers will be on exhibit at Mason Murer Fine Art. Afterwards, head to Aria for a delicious dinner of lamb chops and a nightcap of Snooty Duchess. This new Love Token fur vest from Swank is the perfect accessory for the night. We’ve been lusting over it since yesterday when we got the email from Emily that they were in.

Sunday can be your recuperation day. Lululemon has complementary yoga at 11 a.m. in the store. This month the instructor is from Kashi Atlanta — voted best of Atlanta in Creative Loafing for 12 years straight.  After yoga, head right across the street to The Ritz-Carlton Spa for a Georgia red clay body wrap. Ahhh.

Have a great weekend

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