I’m super late to jump on the lace up flat band wagon, but it took this particular pair of Michael Kors beauties to turn me into a convert. I seriously can’t wait to wear these with skinny jeans, a T, and a giant cardigan when fall comes around. Is it too soon to be planning autumn/winter looks? I can’t help it =D
more layers = more clothes = more fun getting dressed. Am I right?
What do you guys think of lace up flats? Be sure to check these babies out in the shopping section below! They’re on sale at 6pm =)
Pie is the best. Except when it’s a million degrees out, the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven to bake something, so I found this peanut butter banana pie recipe and gave it a try. It’s basically a frozen peanut butter banana creamy custard of dreams come true. And I can’t stop eating it.
You all should know by now that I’m a huge fan of any recipe that reads “Add ingredients to blender. Blend. You’re basically done.” And that’s exactly what this recipe is! Check it out, do it yourself, then marvel at your ability to eat half of it in one sitting (I ate a few slices before I even got around to taking the picture!).
Excuse my awkward manniquin pose. I can’t help it.
I posted this Ann Taylor dress on Instagram over the weekend, and I’m just so in love with it I thought I would share it here too. The crisp white strips and relaxed silhouette make it perfect for a summer dinner date or drinks after work. Dress it up with some espadrilles or down with matching black Birkenstocks or other flat sandals. Voila!
Sometimes you just need a vacation. And not just any old “loaded-with-fun-let’s-party-I-need-a-vacation-from-this-vacation” vacation either. I’m talking a “cover me in mud and leave me alone listening to wind chimes” kind of vacation, like of the spa variety.
Lately I haven’t been doing a great job at cooking for myself and eating healthy. After doing some thinking about the matter I realized it was because I had been making the same 2 recipes for everything (see: this and this) and had grown bored and uninspired with my routine. So, naturally, to Google I went, looking for a new recipe to spice up (heh heh, spice) my culinary routine. I definitely found it: this is technically a recipe for a plant based diet, but I added chicken for extra protein, but if you’re a vegetarian, rinsing a can of chick peas will also be a good source of added protein.
Not going to lie, I thought that making a curry was going to be complicated and difficult, but it turned out to be just like making any average soup or stew.