I don’t usually like sifting through the clearance racks at F21, but every once in a while, I muster up the patience to fight through and stumble upon a gem. This $30 dress was on sale for $10 so I scooped it up immediately. I love bustier-anything so this was a no-brainer in my book! It’s obviously super easy to dress up, but I wanted to wear it casually so I paired it with my fave plaid top and sky-high platform wedges. A huge thanks to the wonderful Steeze Media for capturing these images!
Here’s a shot of my dress sans top! Everything here (other than my dress obviously) has been featured on SS before. I’m the sensible stylista, so I’m all about mixing and matching. Not all of us have the $$$$ to purchase new stuffs every day so it’s important to know how to style various looks with pieces you already own. In fact, I refuse to buy something if I can’t think of at least 3-4 ways to wear it because it’ll end up chilling in my closet and gathering dust. Do you guys have any shopping rules or restrictions? If yes, what are they?
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All smiles because life is beautiful, and I’m a giant nerd! As I’m sure you all know from instastories, I spent a week in frisco with the bf. He was such a trooper, driving me to all my meetings and helping me take photos of everything. I’m a lucky girl for sure! Long distance has been a challenge, but things are SO good. We had a tough time in the beginning, but we powered through and everything’s pretty much perfect now. When things are right, you just know, and distance seriously means nothing when feelings are strong like this.
ANYWHO, I’m getting off topic – let’s tackle noms! I’ve wanted to check out Ketsourine Macarons for months now, and I FINALLY got to visit. I was supposed to come last time, but I was here with Stitch Fix and my schedule was cray so I didn’t get to – I’m SO glad things worked out this time around because their store is just as dreamy in real life as it is on instagram. I remember seeing pictures and thinking, “hm, it can’t really be that fab”…BUT IT IS! Everything’s on point for reals – the decor’s classy + elegant, and the macarons are to die for delish.
A huge thanks to KM for being so kind and welcoming. There are two cookie sizes available: classic & grande. Classic costs $2.25 and grande’s $3.25 a pop. Classic flavors include pistachio, lemon, raspberry, espresso, strawberry, chocolate, and caramel. Their signatures are as follows: pecan maple praline, thai tea latte, guava rose, early grey, and more!
In addition to yum macarons, they sell a ton of nomtastic drinks like teas, coffee, and boba! Here’s a shot of the caramel boba my bf and I tried – we got it with whipped cream and sprinkles for funsies. For those of you interested, they also carry macaron ice creams ($5) so make sure you guys give ’em a try! I wanted to sample their pistachio flavor, but I was already stuffed from inhaling cookies so I decided to pass. Oh well, I guess that means I’ll just have to come back next time…as if I needed a reason to, ha.
My FAVE yums from my visit though? Their adorable character macaroons. Omg, I can’t even handle how cute they were. They had a BUNCH of different ones including Pusheen, Pikachu and Jigglypuff. I seriously spent a good 5 minutes fawning over them through the glass, ha.
See how excited I am? I couldn’t even bring myself to eat them, ha. I held onto my Pikachu for a good half hour before devouring him – hashtag sorry not sorry buddy! If you live in the bay area or are visiting, you HAVE to go and try their noms. Everything tastes just as good as it looks!
Anywho, that’s it for today guys! I hope you enjoyed my latest post. I’m thinking about starting a new series on here or perhaps on youtube (???) chronicling my weekly adventures! I compiled and shared a “101 in 1001 days” a while back, but I was really bad about it. I wrote my bucket list out, but that was the extent of it all, ha. So, I thought I’d hold myself accountable by possibly vlogging? What do you guys think – is that something you’d be interested in? Let me know by commenting below.