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Shop Like a Tastemaker with Chrissy Powers

The therapist slash blogger shares her favorite things



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Age: 35

Neighborhood: Oceanside

Current Job: Marriage and family therapist, photographer, blogger, and podcaster

Background: Family comes first for this stylish mama of two who, after the birth of her first son, returned to her photography and storytelling roots via chrissypowers.com and the podcast Sure, Babe. Before she was a licensed therapist, she was a photographer for the San Diego Padres and a journalist.

Fashion Philosophy: “Be who you are and own it. Life would be so boring if we all wore the same thing.”

Personal Style: “Comfortable, because I’m running after two boys all day.”

 

Her Picks:

“My Leader diaper bag holds everything I need for the kids and my laptop without looking like a diaper bag.”

$295

Lululemon’s Align Pant for lounging, running around, yoga, and all workouts... I want to live in them.”

$98

Corkcicle’s Classic Canteen helps me stay hydrated, and the colors of these water bottles make me happy.”

$33

”We make the best green smoothies in our A3500 Vitamix blender that even our 2-year-old loves, plus you can pretty much make a dinner in this blender, so it’s bomb!”

$550

Madewell Brenner Boots go with everything and instantly make you feel put together.”

$190

Audible lets me listen to books on my phone while driving around. One of my favorites is Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear by Elizabeth Gilbert.”

$14.95 per month

”My essential makeup item is Boy Brow from Glossier to help shape and fill in my brows.”

$16

“Journals allow me to write down my thoughts and process emotions. I love Rifle Paper Co. journals—so much so I buy them in three-packs!”

$15

“Our Article Sven couch is stylish and durable. Our boys jump on it daily, and it has worn so well.”

$1,799

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