Shirt: Threads Saks Fifth Ave, Skirt: Vintage (similar here), Bag: Handbag Heaven, Shoes: Zara, Stockings: J.Crew, Watch: Michael Kors, Ring: YSL, Belt: Vintage Judith Leiber
My favorite type of food is spicy, and my favorite food of all time is a spicy tuna roll. Rich and I are always going out for sushi, so we finally decided to give it a try at home. Actually, I can’t take much credit for this. Rich found this recipe, and did most of the work. Above is his sushi rice with a layer of seaweed at the center.
We bought some sushi grade tuna from our local meat market. Rich chopped it up and added Sriracha sauce and mayo.
We decided to try out a few different toppings: scallions, jalapeños, and lemons. My job was to chop these guys up. You can see my mess above.
And the final result! Certainly not professional, but I’ll tell you what. It was tasty. No, delicious.
I feel so lucky to be with a guy that not only understands and appreciates design but even gets excited about a pocket square. He looks so good all dressed up, doesn’t he?
This past weekend I went to the Vintage Fashion Fair at the Concourse Exhibition center here in SF. I really love browsing through all of the vintage pieces… I feel like I’m looking through a history book of fashion. The difference is that I get to touch everything, which of course makes it better.
See that belt in the case?? It’s mine nowww! It’s by Judith Leiber and if you haven’t heard of her you must check her out immediately. Her stuff is super cool. She’s most famous for bags, but I’ve been in love with her belts for a while. You will find some good ones on Ebay.
Some Judith Leiber bags for your viewing pleasure:
This month I was excited to get a full sized essie nail polish. Especially the fact that it was glitter made me happy, since it reminded me of a recent manicure with Punam where we yelled, “More glitterrrr!!!” the whole time we were there. Buttttt, my favorite thing this month is the tarte lip tint. It is this wonderful blend of a chapstick, lipstick, and lipgloss. It’s even minty. I will
probably definitely get this in more colors.
As for the others, my skin isn’t oily so I don’t know if the papers worked. The scent is just not my personal taste (musky), and I can always use another hair tie.
Ok so I got this ‘designer liner’ in my Birchbox last month. I admit I was a little nervous about it at first, but I’m always down to try something new. So here’s how it went:
The pack I got came with four sets of liners ranging from a little crazy to totally crazy. I went for the set on the bottom. The only tools you will need are a pair of tweezers to peel the stickers off with, and an eye liner to fill in any gaps.
I started by sticking it to the inner corner of my eye, and pressed it out from there. I then filled in any gaps with my own black eyeliner and finished it off with mascara.
Et voila! I could definitely feel the sticker on my eyelid which was a little weird, but overall it was fun to try it out.