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Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari list their Nashville home for $7.9 million

The home for sale at 39 Bancroft Place in Nashville is a beautiful Mediterranean-style 19,000-square-foot, seven-bedroom home situated on just over eight acres in the Bancroft community. But its biggest selling point probably isn’t any of the above. It’s the current homeowners that bring the real cache to this property. Former Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and his wife, television personality and fashion entrepreneur Kristin Cavallari bought the home in 2012.

The relatively new Nashvillians aren't moving away from Middle Tennessee, just relocating within the Nashville area. Cutler said there are a lot of things to love about this home. "I think one of the most appealing things is the location," he said. “We loved the privacy of the neighborhood, but being so close to town."

The home also features seven full bathrooms, three half baths and a full basement that Cutler and Cavallari built out. "We finished the basement a few years ago and it’s a space we spent a lot of time in," he said.

The home, built in 2007, also houses a seven-car garage and five working fireplaces. "This house has a lot to offer," he said. “We have a lot of memories in that house and we will miss it. We got married and had three children since we have owned that house, so it’s been a huge part of our life and hopefully someone will enjoy it as much as we have." Co-listing agent Tim Thompson said this is a great family home that is also well equipped for entertaining.

"It's very welcoming with high ceilings and nice, big rooms to entertain in," Thompson said. "The master is on first floor and on the second floor the kids’ rooms are all down one hallway and adjoin a shared playroom."


The full picture book you can see here: [click to enlarge]

Uncommon James Fall 2018 Release

Svedka Red White & Booze BBQ Limited Edition Party Bottle Party

Kristin Cavallari for Sapling Child

Kristin collaborates with Sapling Child for an exclusive collection launching July 2018.

Sapling Child is excited to announce a new design collaboration with author, TV host, designer and mother, Kristin Cavallari.

Launching in July 2018, the stunning new range uses the softest, most luxurious 100% organic cotton available. Kristin’s super sweet designs are printed with organic water based dyes, free from toxic chemicals and heavy metals, a safer choice for babies, "I discovered Sapling after the birth of my son Jaxon, and I fell in love with their soft-as-butter fabrics, super sweet prints, incredible quality and their commitment to organic cotton", and explains her decision to collaborate.

"In my own home, our family does our best to make a positive impact for the environment, so joining the Sapling team for the season was a perfect fit, both creatively and environmentally," Sapling Child is a rapidly growing organic baby apparel company, with head offices now located in Australia, Canada and the US. Peta Stinson, the Creative Director, says Kristin Cavallari was a perfect fit for their collaboration, "She really was a stand out choice for us. She is an incredible creative force. Her ideas and work ethic pushed us and inspired our team this season. Some of our best prints have come out under Kristin's tutelage."

The Kristin Cavallari x Sapling range will be available in July 2018 at www.saplingchild.com and selected Australian, US, Canadian and International stores.


Poster Child Magazine did a short interview with Kristin about her upcoming collection launch in their latest issue:

When did you first discover Sapling? How did this collaboration begin?
The owner sent me clothes when my kids were babies, and I completely fell in love with the brand. Not only are the designs adorable but I love that they are organic.

What made collaborating with Sapling a perfect fit?
I was honestly fan of the line, so when they asked me to be a part of it, I couldn't have been more excited.

What inspired the styles and patterns in this collection?
Sapling Child was so amazing about holding my hand through my first clothing design process (which is a different beast than accessories) and we landed on designing my collection around my favorite hotel: Bongo San Pietro in Tuscany, Italy.

If you could describe this collection in just three words, what would they be?
Soft, special, sweet.

What is the biggest difference between designing your lifestyle brand Uncommon James and working with kids wear?
There are way more details in clothing! I also don't sit down and think of different ideas to inspire me for each Uncommon James collection; I'm not thinking of a story to tell before having samples made. Uncommon James is more about what I'm currently loving mixed with trends- then the story and inspiration come when I'm putting collections together. I get a ton of jewelry and home good samples made before bunching them together to make a collection.

What Sapling staple could you never go without?
The heart pants!

What is your favorite piece from the collaboration?
I'm obsessed with the fox onesie; the fox is my absolute favorite.

What is the biggest challenge of balancing motherhood and business?
Trying to find that perfect balance. It continuously changes for me, so I just try to go with the flow. I'm home every night (unless I'm travelling) by 5pm or earlier to have dinner with the family. I try not to get on my phone until the kids go to bed around 7:15pm (sometimes I'm better at that than others). I'm really working on being present, especially with my family. I hate when I'm distracted by work, so I make a serious effort to give them 100% of me.


The full lookbook you can see here: [click to enlarge]

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Hi everyone! The reason why this main page has been iced for a while is because the posting function was hacked unfortunately. But it should all be back and running normally now. I was going to send out a newsletter, but I figured since we've got so many new followers to post here instead.

First of all, so many thanks and hugs to EVERYONE who donated their pictures from the #TrueRoots book tour!!! So many donations, wow! And I am still working on uploading them all! (If this is the first time you are hearing about it, and want to send in your pictures, please use this email: kristincavallaridaily@gmail.com - include details and credits)

Anyway, as far as updates on this site, there is ton of new features coming -- more content, and an interactive section. Feel free to contribute with ideas or feedback! The sidebar has been updated as well! And do not miss out on any updates in the growing photo gallery!

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- 'True Roots' La Grange Book Signing
- 'True Roots' Lake Forest Book Signing

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- 'True Roots' New Jersey Book Signing

NBCUniversal Upfront Party

NBCUniversal Summer Press Day

Kristin Cavallari for CVLUX Magazine

Kristin covers CVLUX Magazine for the Summer edition.

Mother. Actress. Writer. Designer. Entrepreneur. Yes, reality television alum Kristin Cavallari is doing it all, but don’t let her superhuman resume fool you—she's definitely one of us.

In preparation for our phone interview, I spent some time looking over everything Cavallari has done in the past few years, which turned out to be everything from competing on Dancing with the Stars, to guest starring in television shows and small films, to charity work involving PETA and HIV/AIDS. When I bring up her go-getter personality, though, she's quick to point out that it's not a one-woman show. "The fact that Jay is home all day, every day right now ... he's the reason I'm able to do half of what I do," she says, referencing her husband of two years, Miami Dolphins quarterback, Jay Cutler. Make no mistake—the hard-working mom of three loves her work, but her real passion is her family. "Five o'clock comes and every night we're eating dinner as a family—that's the most important thing to me," she says. "It's important for me to wake up in the morning and make the boys' breakfast, pack their lunches ... I make sure that certain family things are a priority. Everything else is secondary."

Looking back on Cavallari's life, this state of mind isn't surprising. While most of America still recognizes her as the perky teenager from the MTV reality show Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County, and later The Hills, Cavallari wasn't born into a life of glamor and glitz. “I lived in a suburb of Chicago throughout my entire junior high years and my mom lived here," explains Cavallari, who settled in both Los Angeles and Chicago before finding a home in Nashville with Cutler. “Moving back to Chicago wasn't a shock for me because I had experienced it before. But I do think, because of living in L.A. and Southern California for so long, it was still an adjustment." What kind of adjustment? “I remember I had no clothes!" Cavallari laughs. “No winter jackets ... I had to buy this stuff. But to be honest, I prefer having my kids grow up in a place that has four seasons. Snow days for me were part of my childhood, and I love that my kids are experiencing that. It's just a different way of growing up."

At the very least, it's different from how Cavallari grew up. After moving to California to attend Laguna Beach High School, fame came calling in 2004. She would spend three years of her life being documented alongside the lives of her friends, and then another six as part of a spin-off series from Laguna Beach castmate Lauren Conrad— but don't expect someone who grew up in the spotlight to share that same glimpse behind the curtain. "It's funny, because yeah, I was on reality TV, but I'm actually a very private person when it comes to my family," Cavallari says. "But I do realize that's what people really resonate with and that's what they connect to, so I try to find a happy medium and a happy balance." Still, there's a line, and that line isn't a surprise. "People ask me all the time why I don't show my kids' faces, but they didn't sign up for this world," says Cavallari. "I did. And I want them to choose if that's a life and world that they want to be in. I don't want to rob them of that decision."

Does she wish that social media existed in the days of Laguna Beach, for her own sake? Well, that's a different matter entirely. "It's interesting, because people will comment with things like, ‘oh you've grown up a lot.' Yes, I have grown up a lot, but also this has always been who I am," says Cavallari. "And in the same breath, yes, of course I've matured quite a bit since I was 18, 19, 20, but the core of me has always been the same."

Fast-forward to 2018, and the girl who was once known for being part of Lauren Conrad's "love triangle" is, in every sense of the word, satisfied. She's happily married, and her wedding day is one that's still fresh in her mind. "Not to sound cheesy, but literally the entire day was so perfect," she shares. "Our reception was so fun. We had about 120 people and it was truly our closest friends and family; it felt intimate to us. We really focused on three things to make it perfect in our eyes, so that was really good food, great booze, and really good music. We had a five-person motown band and every single person was on the floor." She credits her relationship right now as "the closest we've ever been," explaining, "we know each other so well and we're so incredibly comfortable with one another. And I would take our relationship now over what it was in the beginning."

Aside from her children, Cavallari's current pride and joy is her jewelry line, Uncommon James. "I started this company by myself and I've never had that kind of creative freedom in my life, and it's so satisfying," she says, and I can feel the excitement in her voice radiating through the phone. "It's so freeing. It's the hardest job I've ever had and I love every second of it. I love jewelry—I think that accessories make or break your outfit. But it's more about owning a company for me that's so fun. It's the most challenging thing for me, besides being a mom, that I've ever done. Uncommon James hasn't even been around for a year, and I'm already opening my own brick and mortar—which is scary as hell but it's also really exciting."

As we speak, Cavallari is preparing for a short book tour to promote her new cookbook True Roots: A Mindful Kitchen with More Than 100 Recipes Free of Gluten, Dairy, and Refined Sugar. "My cookbook is truly a passion project of mine—I'm such a healthy eater and I'm just excited to share with everyone that being healthy doesn't mean boring," she explains. "You're not missing out on anything. I really think that you can eat anything as long as you're choosing the right ingredients ... this cookbook is how I eat on a daily basis. I honest-to-God make everything in this cookbook all the time; it's how my family and I eat. I'm a home cook who loves to cook healthy and I'm doing this to share that with my fans, who are excited about eating healthy and want to get on track.

Cavallari's tour will take her to New York, Nashville, and Chicago, and she'll take her children with her to Chicago to see her mom. Even though Los Angeles isn't on the list of promotional cities, I have to ask the obvious question— is there a possibility of having a play date with new moms (and former Hills co-stars) Audrina Patridge and Heidi Montag.

"We talk about it all the time!" Cavallari assures me. "It's just hard because they're in L.A., and I'm in Nashville. But I'd love to. Audrina and Heidi both reached out to me a lot and I love that I was able to be there for them because when I had Camden, my oldest, I had no one I could turn to for advice or for any kind of help. So being able to be there for my co-stars and my ‘normal' friends, too, I love nothing more."

Work, family, business success—life seems to be coming at Cavallari fast, and for a while, that's what she always wanted. "My whole life, I always wanted to be older," she says. "I always wanted to be in the next phase of my life, but now I just want everything to slow down. I wish I could've just enjoyed being 18." She pauses, as if she's reflecting on the journey she's had so far, the one that's taken her from small-town suburbia to the beaches of Hollywood and back to the grounded, simple, family-oriented life she knew before all her fame and fortune.

"Just enjoy the journey and enjoy the moment."

For a girl who once wanted to grow up too fast, Cavallari is now making sure it all counts.

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