Though I am still recovering from this recent Halloweekend Starbucks is naturally already in Christmas mode. The popular coffee shop has been cranking out their signature holiday red cups immediately after the spooky festivities ended (for some) on Friday morning. I was thrilled to receive my first Red Cup this year and cannot wait to embrace all of the Holiday Festivities this season. Last night I sipped warm hot cocoa during the first crisp night of Daylight Savings but I am looking forward to enjoying all of their holiday beverages while they are still here. Hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season and gets to savor all of their holiday Starbies fixes. xx
With all of the hype surrounding Halloween this year, it was easy to miss one of the most exciting World Series in years. Luckily I was able to watch the memorable last game of the series as well as the Boston Red Sox triumph over the Cardinals at Fenway Park. What a game! One Red Sox fan and New England Native did not miss a minute of this series let alone of any Red Sox Game. Over all these years, he has kept Boston Strong and always had faith in his team. Despite my lack of pictures this meant pretty much living in his Red Sox Hat and Jersey. This post is dedicated to you HT. Thank you for all of the support. I may not pull it off as well as you but I will definitely be rocking Some Boston Red this week.
This trailer was released yesterday and I can’t wait till the Wes Anderson film hits theaters in 2014!
Hello everyone! I am officially back in LA and am really enjoying being home, not to mention these sunny days. Last weekend I was delighted to stumble upon a new French themed Pop In shop at Nordstrom and attend their impromptu French Fling Launch Party. Indulging on rose and macarons was the perfect way to celebrate my homecoming. Unfortunately I did not have my camera with me to snap some pics of this soiree but I was able to come home with a few goodies. The tote bag they were handing out already looks tres fab hanging on my bedroom door. Check out pics of the event here and don’t forget to Pop In to the new shop at the Santa Monica Place!
As the last Park Silly of the year occured this past weekend and the first snow of the season has already fallen last night, it appears that my time in Park City has come to a natural end. During my final days here I have naturally begun to reflect on my experience here. There is so much I am going to miss and am already considering planning a trip back. However my trip isn’t over yet. Park Silly really went out with a bang this past weekend with its lineup of aerial performers, jazz and funk bands and of course fire dancers and I plan to do the same. Over the next few days I will continue to post pics from my trip here (which I’m sorry have been a little belated).
Ps its my 50th post! Thank you for all of the support everyone.
This passed weekend, the whole town gathered together for a decadent feast in the middle of the street, better known as Savor the Summit. My friend Stephanie and I were among them. I was blown away by each restaurant’s unique table displays which illuminated throughout the historic Main Street that summer night. We enjoyed our meal at the country themed local hangout Bandits, and some of us are still savoring the summit from this incredible evening.
I spotted these cute totes at Atticus, the coziest teahouse and bookstore and one of my favorite spots here. I have been tremendously inspired by this store in general and especially by the words on this tote. Additionally after the recent tragic events that have occurred in my hometown of Santa Monica, I thought this message was necessary to share.