Well, we’re on day 73 of sheltering in SF and I’m currently on my second glass of rosé, cleaning out my closet and feeling nostalgic after finding a skirt I decided to sell on Poshmark in an old post (here if you’re interested). Crazy how many things I brought to California when I moved here 2.5 years ago and haven’t worn – since 2015. My Rent the Runway membership obviously doesn’t help that much, though it’s been passed for a few months now. Continue reading “The September Dress”
My 2020 is off to a pretty fantastic start; I turned 30, am about to start a super exciting new job, and I got ENGAGED to the man of my dreams!!! The last one, you probably already know by now, but here’s the story and how he did it: Continue reading “The Proposal”
Oh hey there! It’s time for a new post, eh? I was thinking the same thing. My creative juices are flowing, I’m feeling hydrated on life and ready to take on The Fashion Broad once again. Sometimes a little break is necessary to regain focus and get back to basics. Continue reading “Colorblock Dress”
Next on the Hawaii (food) tour is the North Shore! After a few days in the busier area of Honolulu, the North Shore was a great retreat. There aren’t as many “popular” food options like in Waikiki, but there are definitely a few well-known stops; Giovanni’s, Ted’s Bakery, Matsumoto to name a few. Others tend to be a bit more stumble-upon than these guys that will appear at the top of your Yelp searches. Prepare yourself for more delicious looking pictures!
So I’ve been back from Hawaii for a little over a week now. My tan has begun to fade and the food baby I spent so much time working on has disappeared. I won’t waste your time, let’s get right to the important details. Where we ate in Honolulu. Read on for part I of the places you HAVE to visit when you go to Oahu, Hawaii. First the list, then the details. Continue reading “Hawaii, aka The Food Tour. Part I Waikiki/Honolulu”