Pretty Pink Desk

my shoppable desk- click directly on items to shop!

clothes rack: Ikea | top: Madewell | dresses (from L to R): Joie, Self Portrait, Tibi | magazine file holder: Sugar Paper x Target | magazine rack: Sugar Paper x Target | iPad: Apple | watercolor prints: by LCB | weekly planner: Sugar Paper x Target (sold out) | flower pottery bowl: Caroline Boykin | perfume: Chloe | pens: Le Pen | watch: Christian Paul (c/o) | file folders: Sugar Paper x Target | painting: Katherine Bramlett Art | lamp: Ballard Designs | notebook: Kate Spade | books: Love Style Life by Garance DorePretty Happy by Kate HudsonLiving in Style by Rachel Zoe, & Simply Pink by Paula Pryke

There is only one thing that gets me excited for a new school year: pretty desk accessories and cute supplies. I am someone who thrives on organization, so I love any chance to reorganize and find new things that help me keep everything in line, specifically pretty things. :) When I found out about the Sugar Paper x Target collection, I was so excited, because Sugar Paper is one of few brands that loves blush pink as much as I do! Their line for Target has everything you need to make your desk a pretty space that inspires you and excites you! 

As you saw in the photos above, I purchased the magazine holder, the magazine rack, and weekly planner to beautify my work space. I use the magazine holder as a home for my agenda, notebook, and any loose papers. The magazine rack serves as a file organizer where I organize all things blog related. A few of my other favorite things that brighten my desk are a few fashion/ style books and gorgeous blush roses! 

With a new school year, comes the importance of time management and strategic planning. My Christian Paul watch has been keeping me on time and adding a bit of style with its pretty geometric face. And for planning, I have been using this agenda to keep track of all my assignments and deadlines! For my to do lists, I have been using this journal, and I love the pretty white and gold pattern! 

pretty planners for the new school year


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