Home Set: The Ultimate November Style Upgrade

Welcome to Home Set. Scroll through to see our favorite style, wellness, beauty and home items and accessories right now.
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Gaala Elaina Jumpsuit Peach

Embrace your inner Parisian with this très français romper from sustainable French brand Gaala. It'll be a hit even if we're just Zoom-ing holiday parties this year. $285, Wolf and Badger.

Courtesy Gaala

Hermes Rouge Limited Edition Matte Lipstick Rose Nuit

This creamy matte lipstick might be the most indulgent beauty product we've seen in quite a while, but we'd expect nothing less from Hermes. The pretty pink shade is a limited edition color, and comes in the chicest case. $72, Hermes.

Courtesy Hermes

Italic Cashmere Gloves

Winter accessory season has arrived, so why not warm up your hands with these cozy baby blue cashmere gloves? $35, Italic.

Courtesy Italic

Arrae Calm Alchemy Capsules

This vegan and organic supplement helps to relax and calm your body by lowering cortisol, as well as aiding in digestion. The "Calm" capsules are especially welcome right considering the permanent state of anxiety so many of us are dealing with right now. $47, Arrae.

Courtesy Arrae

Alice and Olivia NYC Slim Jogger

We already love how comfy and cute these high-rise joggers are, but the best part is that a portion of the sales proceeds go to the Good+Foundation, a nonprofit that aims to end multigenerational poverty. $175, Alice and Olivia.

Courtesy Alice and Olivia

Orpheus Resurrection Stem Cell Power Couple

Skin can get painfully dry this time of year, but these stem cell serums are so good for extra moisture and a major glow. Plus, the Bio-luminous Dewy Essence protects your skin from blue light and pollution. $160, Orpheus.

Courtesy Orpheus

Rebecca Taylor Cashmere Pullover Sweater

You can't go wrong with a deliciously soft cashmere sweater, and we're coveting this ladylike style to cozy up in this season. $495, Rebecca Taylor.

Courtesy Rebecca Taylor

Before Noon Love Tool Box

Everyone could use a bit more self-care right now, and this celestial box includes a smudge stick, rose quartz crystal and serum, for the ultimate cleansing TLC. $55, Before Noon.

Courtesy Before Noon

Pai Skincare System D Schisandra & Ceramide Cooling Eye Serum

We love that Pai is totally clean and vegan, and their new eye serum is such a good alternative when you're trying to avoid sticky creams. The ultra-light cooling serum helps firm and sooth the sensitive skin near your eye, while still delivering much-needed hydration. $59, Pai Skincare.

Courtesy Pai

Pair Eyewear Twain Blue Light Harry Potter Glasses

We're big proponents of wearing blue light glasses, which help protect your eyes from the consequences of constant screen usage, like headaches. We're also very into these whimsical Harry Potter toppers, which attach magnetically for those days you're just into the idea of being at Hogwarts. $90, Pair Eyewear.

Courtesy Pair Eyewear

Welcome to Home Set, a recurring feature in which we highlight our favorite accessories and essentials within fashion, wellness, beauty and everything else at home that are brightening up our days right now. From a chic French girl romper and pretty cashmere gloves to the most luxurious lip color and the perfect self-care crystal box, here’s what we’re loving and coveting at the moment.

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