Jenna Bush Hager

Recent Posts By Jenna Bush Hager

Wear This to That: Fourth of July Cookout

1. “Serena & Lily has branched out into fashion. You’ll love this silk-and-linen top.” Ruthie Poncho, $195; serenaandlily.com 2. “Red shoes elevate your look. Go with comfy wedges for height and ease.” Mossimo Supply Co. Novalee Macramé Wedge Sandal in Coral, $29.99; target.com 3. “These slim-cut jeans aren’t too tight, and though the cotton fabric has a little give, they […]

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Wear This to That: Spring Picnic

Editor-at-Large Jenna Bush Hager shares her ideal outfit for a Saturday in the park. 1. “I’m really into dainty jewelry like this sterling silver ring made in South Carolina.” Delicate Leaf Ring, $78; janepopejewelry.com 2. “These lenses are lightweight and practically scratchproof.” WLA Africa06, $208; etniabarcelona.com 3. “The lighter wash and cropped length give a fresh twist to the classic […]

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The Jenna Report: 8 Finds That Give Back

My grandparents and parents showed us the importance of service. To this day some of my proudest moments have been teaching in inner-city D.C. and working for UNICEF in Latin America, where I met people who taught me never to take a day for granted. This month, as we gather around the table, let’s celebrate all we have and all […]

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Jenna Bush Shops for Her All-American Road Trip

When we were dating, my husband, Henry, and I took a “make-or-break-it” trip from Midland, Texas, to Portland, Oregon. Luckily, we made it—in no small part due to stops in places like Marfa, Texas, and the Grand Canyon. More recently, my sister and I took a road trip in a vintage Cadillac throughout the Southwest.

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7 Chic Equestrian Finds

I first rode a horse at the age of 3 on a family vacation at Prude Ranch in West Texas. My sister, Barbara, and I were in awe of the size and beauty of these strong, powerful animals. Since then, I have loved exploring places by horse—there is something so peaceful about riding. In fact, on a recent trip to […]

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Weather Spring Showers in Style With These Pieces

Spring is finally here, which means the bleak days of the polar vortex are behind us! I have packed away those dreaded words, along with my puffy coats, hoping not to see them for a while. As a Texas transplant, I love this time of year in New York; even the April showers are a welcome change. The rain always […]

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Stylish Finds for Your Valentine’s Date Night

“I love you precious with all my heart and to know that you love me means my life…” These are words my grandfather George wrote to my grandmother Barbara in 1945, while he was stationed overseas during World War II. Several years ago my husband—maybe partly inspired by my grandfather’s romantic ways—took me on an impromptu getaway to the Virginia […]

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7 Cures for Cabin Fever

The beauty of the cold winter months is “staying in.” I live a hectic New York City life, but January is a month to rebalance and relax. I love getting back to my family ranch in Texas to spend days by the fire reading and hiking, and nights listening to records while sipping a spicy margarita.

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Dishing with Wendell Pierce

Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana Occupation: Actor What’s on his plate: Reprising his Role as Trombonist Antoine Batiste in the Final Season of Treme (Premieres December 1 on HBO). Also, Starring in The Michael J. Fox Show on NBC and Cofounding Sterling Farms, a Grocery Chain Bringing Fresh, Affordable food to New Orleans.

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My Southern Inspired Birth Announcement

Southerners love beautiful paper goods, and I’m no exception. So when it came time to create a birth announcement for my daughter, I got to working. It’s a traditional rite of paper passage. You birth a babe, and then share her beautiful face with those you love. Oh yes: the birth announcement. I went back and forth about sending one. […]

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