Tried-and-True: Style-Architects Required Reads

Required reads

Here at Style-Architects, we all have different interests and hobbies; however, reading is a common thread among the whole team. There’s nothing quite like posting up with a cozy blanket and a good book {or magazine or blog}. Whether you're looking for something to get the creative juices flowing, something to spark your next big idea, or something to get lost in, we’ve got you covered. Now sit back, pour yourself a latte {or a glass of wine} and dive into one of these Style-Architects-approved reads:

Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg // Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg discusses gender-biased obstacles in today's society when climbing the professional ladder. It's a well-written and enlightening read that challenges all to have a progressive perception on the new generation of women to lead.

Daring Greatly by Brene Brown // The TED speaker talks about the courage to be vulnerable and its ability to change the way we live.

Fast Company Magazine // A go-to for current inspiration, motivation, and industry news. It's the beautiful layout and wide array of content categories {innovation, business, tech, and design} that will have you reading cover-to-cover.

Manage Your Day-to-Day by Jocelyn K. Glei // The 99U series, written by the team at Behance, aims to provide the "missing curriculum" that every creative person and team needs to make ideas happen. Manage your Day-to-Day is a collection of insights from brilliant minds about how to make the most of your time and energy on the small things so that nothing can stand in the way of letting the big ideas flourish.

Frankie Magazine // This Australian mag provides the best inspiration for all things fashion, music, travel, and photography. The unique covers look great on your coffee table, too!

Who What Wear and Byrdie // Our favorite resource for trends and beauty delivered daily to our inbox each morning. 

The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah // A dramatic and captivating read about two sisters living in France during World War II. It’s hard to put down, so you may want to set some time for this one over holiday break!