Thursday, January 21, 2016

6 Spring Must Haves

I really like to keep my look F.R.E.S.H. and it only makes me look cooler (ahem, narcissistic much?) when my friends look good too!.
So, My friends :)
If you are thinking of updating a piece, or two, of your wardrobe for spring-
I highly recommend these closet staples. 

 I know a lot of people really got into the "sporty chic" style for fall/winter.. and the hats and track pants should carry over to spring. 
1. Baseball Hat $31.99

Light denim is making a comeback guys. you know that bleach white color? 
Add some distress or a boyfriend style, and you're set!

This is going to be big, denim and leather jackets will still be popular for spring,
but more people will be..well, covering up more.
3. The Classic Trench coat $129

I know everyone is used to being a bag lady, but with technology advancing by the minute I feel as though more things are taking up less space in your purse AND taking more space on your smart phone. get yourself a mini purse for spring. 
4. The Petite Lady Bag $ 27.50 (budget babe) L

4.5.  The Petite Lady Bag $225 (high end) R

This became popular in Fall, and the bucket bag and backpack will be the popular choice for all music festivals this spring and summer season. 
5. The Bucket Bag $168

Whenever I'm feeling less creative and having a tough time with outfit choices... I remember to keep it simple. This dress is JUST that!
Simple. Clean. Classic.
(it comes in black too!) swoon

Monday, January 11, 2016

5 things to make your rainy day, brighter.

I am by NO MEANS complaining about the weather. California has been in a drought for that last 6 years people, and we need the water!! I keep hearing people complaining about it though, it's as if they forgot how brutal the summer was and how "un-snowish" our winters have been.
Pipe Down!!

These little cuties should bring a smile to your face, while the sun is on vacation and the rain drops are dancing on your eye lashes or dog's nose.. or whatever the song is. ask Julie Andrews..


[on sale] $36


$30 a set


Tuesday, January 5, 2016

stuffed chicken

This is the most rewarding recipe you'll make in the kitchen, all year. Hence the reason why you're reading this and it's only the fifth. You might make this numerous times throughout the year. 
Guarantee it in fact. ;) 

You're going to need: 
•3-4 chicken breasts (depending on servings desired)
•provolone cheese 
•salami, cappicola or prosciutto (whichever you like)
•Panko bread crumbs 
• salt & pepper 
•basil & oregano 
•olive oil 

1) So take your chicken breasts and pound them a little so they're flat. If they're thin to begin with, you're good. Then salt and pepper them.

2) Mix your basil/oregano/pepper to your liking along with the Panko bread crumbs. Drizzle in some olive oil and create a paste. This paste goes on one side of your chicken breasts. Lay these paste side down. 

3) Layer your cheese and meat on the reverse side. And slowly roll the chicken breast up. Panko facing outward. 

4) In a pan. Smash your garlic cloves with a tablespoon of olive oil. Get it hot and lay your breasts in the pan to sear. About 4 minutes on each side for medium browned crisp. 

The cheese gets so gooey on the inside and the part that spilled out and pooled around the outer edge is now a crisp. The meat is salty and a chewy texture against the chicken. And the Panko crust keeps everything hot and delicious. Serve with whatever the heck you like. French fries or French bread or Brussels sprouts. :) 

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