Soirée Insider: 7 Things We’re Loving in November

Here are seven items we’re falling for in November:

1. The Big Picture
Want the ultra cinema experience in your living room? The 4K HD-TV is the latest and greatest in high-resolution technology (4K = 4,000 horizontal pixels). Four times clearer than regular HD, we’ve heard that viewers compare the picture quality to that of a 3D television, sans the goofy glasses.  
          • Carnes Audio Visual / 5919 Kavanaugh Blvd., 658-0932,

2. L-O-V-E
We are smitten with these gold handmade LO VE earrings. Sweet, simple and perfect for every occasion, we’re keeping these in frequent rotation this event season.
          • $50, Belle and Blush / The Promenade at Chenal,

3. Cozy Cashmere
This wonderful cashmere fringe scarf from Vesta’s is a must-have fall accessory —  functional and fabulous.
          • $307, Vesta’s / Pleasant Ridge Town Center, 11525 Cantrell Road Ste. 610, 375-7820,

4. Cornbread Festival
The Arkansas Cornbread Festival is happening on South Main, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 2. Mark it down! You not only get to sample a variety of savory and sweet cornbread recipes, but you also get to vote on your favorites.

5. Monogram Chic
These fun personalized coasters are great to have on hand for any occasion but especially for the holiday party season. Have them printed with your initials or a customized message.
          • $30 for 50, By Invitation Only / 5914 R St., Little Rock, 975-8902,

6. Super Scrub
We’re huge fans of this lovely locally made sugar scrub, available in a variety of yummy fall scents. Pumpkin spice is our favorite.
          • $12, Paper, Scissors, Little Rock / 300 Market Ave. #105, 291-0551,

7. November Must-Read
Nothing is better than curling up with a good book on a chilly fall day. Our friends at WordsWorth Books & Co. in The Heights recommend “The Tilted World” by Tom Franklin and Beth Ann Fennelly. Set against the backdrop of the 1927 Mississippi River flood, this book tells an extraordinary tale of murder and moonshine, sandbagging and saboteurs, and a man and a woman who find unexpected love – written by the author of “Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter.”
          • WordsWorth Books / 5920 R St., 663-9198,

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