Park Picks 09.12.14

Happy Friday dolls! Kick up your feet and take a minute to check out this week's faves from us ladies of 204 Park! 

Diana's Picks

1. Kerastase Forme Fatale Gel

After our Kerastase Discipline treatment at The Cutting Room  we were given a few samples to try. I am so in love with this gel, it is definitely a product I'll be using long term. It gives great body and volume, heat and UV protection and doesn't feel heavy or greasy (a pet peeve of mine). Use it on towel dry hair to up the va va voom or use a small bit on dry hair to tame frizz and flyaways!


2. Zara Structured Coat with Pockets

I bought this coat at Zara back in June while I was dreaming of cooler fall days (snow in September - I promise I did not wish for!) and this week I was finally able to bring it into rotation. I have a soft spot for outerwear and I love the simple clean lines and structured look, very chic, no?! This one is sure to be one of my  new favourites for fall! 

Sarah's Picks

1. Joules Wellington Boots

When I spotted these this week, it was snowing, raining, and 100% fall weather. I can't help but think that these boots would be perfect for running around town with a cute pair of jeans and an oversized sweater - polished but still comfortable, dry, and warm. And that bow! It takes them from cute to beyond. 

2. Poppy Barley Limited Edition Collection

Speaking of footwear, I'm loving this new Poppy Barley leather colour, Midnight Confetti/Rose Pink. Their Feminine Slipper style has always been popular, but when I first spotted this variation at their new collection launch last month I totally fell for it! The inspiration for the design came from none other than NYC, so can you blame me? 

Kali's Picks

1. Monica's Sweet Pad

Recently featured in Elle Decor, Courtney Cox's Malibu Home has mad steeze. That's style and ease for those who appreciate mash up words as much as I do. Mostly white with touches of rustic masculinity, this home is right up my alley. Check it out on Elle Decor!

2. Anthropology Covent Alarm Clock 

What a throwback! Remember using real alarm clocks before all of our phones took over? We always had one at my grandparents home and that bugga was LOUD! I don't think I could go back, mostly out of noise terror, but I love nostalgic touches around the house.