The bad thing about Fashion Week is I get excited for fall clothes in February. I know I can incorporate some looks into my winter wardrobe, but still...I can't wait for fall and we still have spring and summer to get through! Not a good way to think when you're trying to "live in the present". From what I've seen so far of FW, here are some of my favorite looks this year:
Ralph Lauren Oscar de la Renta Tommy Hilfiger Elie Tahari
As you can tell, I have very eclectic tastes! What were some of your favorites?
Photo credits: Ralph Lauren-wwd.com; Oscar de la Renta-nymag.com; Tommy Hilfiger and Elie Tahari-Getty Images.
I had a rough breakup a few years ago. When I started working full-time, I could no longer watch All My Children. It was a lengthy relationship that commenced when I was 3-yrs-old. Actually, I think I began watching it before then, but that's when I start remembering plot lines. I blame AMC for my flair for the dramatic. And it might be why I expect grand romantic gestures from the men I date. Ha!
Today I revisited Pine Valley. Thanks to Presidents' Day and jet lag from a weekend trip, I was plopped in front of the TV this afternoon when it appeared. It sucked me right back in! One of my favorite couples when I used to watch was Ryan & Greenlee. Then she died. But in today's episode she's alive again! Cool! Will she get back with Ryan? I will be DVRing!
I recently moved to a new apartment and will no longer be walking distance to Hollywood & Vine. G. and I said good-bye to the neighborhood by embarking on a little bar tour. If you read L's List regularly, you already know that I do this occasionally in other cities. I can never decide where to go- so why not stop and have a drink at a bunch of places?
First stop was Kitchen 24. It was a cute place, but I was not a fan of the pear martini. Friendly staff. Trendy. After, we made our way to Essex Public House. Best described as a hipster pub. There were not many people there around 9:30pm, but I hear it gets very crowded later at night. Next was Geisha House. G.H. was very high-energy and fun. I sipped on a Japanese beer and people-watched. Restaurant meets night club (although I did not see a dance floor). And you'll never guess where we went for last call! Yes, back to Dillon's (already featured here).I hope you all are having a great weekend and have fun at your Superbowl parties!
Welcome to my blog. I loooove to travel-even if it's just to a new town. Adventure is always right around the corner. I write about fashion, food, books, beauty products...anything that I find useful or beautiful. I have a soft-spot for handbags and argyle socks. If I don't like something, I won't write about it-no need for negativity. You'll also never see any politics here either. Hope you enjoy. ;) XOXO-L.