7.24.2011

THIS WEEKEND

MADE OUT LIKE A BANDIT AT THE ZARA SALE:
I just about died when I saw these, the last pair, in my size, for $30. 
I wore them with jean shorts and a blazer over the weekend because there's no way I'm going to save these for only special occasions. 
 DRAGON FRUIT:
Ahhhh Shanghai memories... 
I haven't had this gorgeous fruit since my year in China. 
 FAVORITE CANDLE GROUPING:
As per usual....I did a bit of rearranging this weekend. Just grouped some of my favorite candles together.
 GREEK FRAPPE: 
Reminds me of my summers in Greece. 
Such a simple and satisfying refresher to whip up...and take a look at that foam! 

27 comments:

  1. These shoes look great! Would wear them everyday too

    xx Olga
    La Petite Olga

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  2. love the shoes! great deal :)

    Did you make the frappe yourself?

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  3. where do you get those speckled candle holder I love that! and if you have a recipe for your frappe would you mind sharing? I love your blog and your youtube chann!

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  4. mmmmm dragonfruit YUM
    takes me back to the hot seasons in china and all those market shops <3

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  5. never had dragon fruit but its looking pretty tasty! Cute shoes, great find, shoulds like they were waiting for you :)

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  6. love the shoes,love the candles,love the dragon fruit! hate the greek frappe! :)

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  7. I love how you decorate. Those shoes are beyond pretty.

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  8. Oh my goodness! I first had dragon fruit when I went to Shanghai over spring break - I didn't even know you could get it in the states!

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  9. I'm from China, but I don't like dragon fruit...

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  10. absolutely love those shoes! and i've never tried dragon fruit but i just might have to now!

    -hannah
    the-insidelook.blogspot.com

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  11. i love this post! t he candles are beautiful together. and although i've never had a dragon fruit, it looks delicious.

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  12. oh those shoes are to die for! the candle grouping looks so pretty and that frappe looks delish too! :)

    -Sarah
    http://pencilskirtsandlattes.blogspot.com/

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  13. those shoes are amazing! i wish we had zara here! :( and the candles look great together. the dragon fruit is the most beautiful fruit i've ever seen! i will have to look for it, i'm not sure if we have it here! xoxo

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  14. Please give us the frappe recipe :)

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  15. Hi girl
    What pink book are you reading?
    Just wondering...:)

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  16. I would sleep in those shoes!! love em ;) xo -Taj

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  17. Just have to let you know that I am pretty much OBSESSED with your blog. lol You have such an incredible sense of style. I'm also into whites and metallics for decorating, so your interior design posts have been especially helpful and inspirational to me.

    I've also had two bunnies, so I pretty much died when I saw the pics of your bun! He is too precious for words! Wow! <3

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  18. Just came across your blog today. Absolutely love it!!!

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  19. ALEXANDRA: THIS IS NOT EUROPEAN STYLE-FRAPPE..IT CAN ONLY BE FOUND IN GREECE!!!: ))))..

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  20. i call that fruit pitahaya (im Mexican)

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  21. Wow! I had never seen a Dragon fruit before! what does it taste like? It's so beautiful I can't wait to try it! ;) I hope they have it here in Chile!

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  22. Oh! and your shoes are just amazing! I would totally wear them with jeans too dressed down for day time, just lovely!

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  23. I just die for that pump!!


    !Xo from Brazil!
    www.sofashionist.blogspot.com

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  24. AHHHH!!! LOVE THE sparkly shoes!! ever since the holiday season has kicked in I've been looking for a pair for myself, no luck yet :( And yes, agreed, one of my best memories of the greek islands was their Frappe's whilst basking in the sun on the beach :)

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