5th December 12
Rainy Day Brights
Ack, it’s been so long since an outfit post! Thank goodness for my friend Michelle snapping this picture so I have some documentation of an outfit that received quite a few compliments while walking around in the mission. I got the parka for $10 from Uniqlo during Black Friday and had eagerly been anticipating a chance to wear it! Wore it with a cream tank top and these navy blue high-waisted polka dot pants I got for about $6 in Thailand. Also have a little Asian doll umbrella I got in Thailand as well. The only mistake was wearing heels in this rain but I have to say it looks a lot better with those pants than rain boots would have!
13th March 12
Apartment Flowers in March
13th March 12
Butternut Squash & Cauliflower Pizza
I’ve been obsessed with butternut squash and goat cheese on my pizzas lately. I improvised this recipe myself. It was light yet filling and the lavash bread had such a nice chewy/crispy consistency.
- 1/2 sheet of Lavash Bread
- 1/2 cup of frozen Butternut Squash
- 1/3 cup of frozen Cauliflower
- Random 1/2” clumps of Goat Cheese
- Drizzle of Olive Oil
- Sprinkle of Turmeric and Cinnamon
Just place all the ingredients on top of the lavash bread and toss in the oven at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes give or take, checking periodically.
8th March 12
7th March 12
Where all the creative magic happens!
28th November 11
Packing for Thanksgiving
With a consistent color palette.
18th September 11
Ugh, I need this shoe in my life. Too bad nobody ever carries my size, tiny feet!
14th June 11
Sunflower @ The Farmer’s Market
I love anything yellow.
10th May 11
Delicious deviled eggs I made for my dinner party two weekends ago. My trick is to add a little bit of lemon juice to the deviled egg mixture to give it a more fresh taste. Also, overload with cayenne pepper to achieve that spot-on balance of hot and cool.
8th March 11
Today’s workbound outfit. Mustard sweater and camel coat from Zara, paper bag shorts from H&M, mahogany tights by Hue, a scarf my mother basically cut out of an old throw blanket, and some bad-ass riding boots.
I’m holding what is basically the most inexpensive designer lunch-box ever— a sturdy and perfectly proportioned Marc by Marc Jacobs shopping bag.