Monday, February 1, 2016

CLASSIC TAN BAG

Faux Leather Jacket - Marshalls
Purse - Coach (Similar HERE)

I can't believe it's already February and that I haven't done an outfit post! For my (Chinese/Lunar) New Year 'resolution,' my goal is to post more outfit posts regularly and I'll start it off with this look here! With time going by so fast, I've realized that the older I've become, the more interested I've been in quality and classic-styled items, especially purses.

There's nothing better than a timeless piece that can be worn over and over again and that can be paired easily with many other items. This classic tan turnlock bag from Coach is no exception. The sleek saddle-esque design in a classic tan color makes it easy to wear with a variety of looks and can also work for both dressy and casual looks. This time, I paired this bag with an all black look, from head to toe, and it was the perfect 'pop' of color to complete the outfit. This bag is the perfect size for me; not too big but roomy enough to fit my point and shoot camera, wallet, and a few other necessities. I can't wait to wear this bag during the spring time and pair it with some brighter pieces!

Readers, what are your favorite classic styled bags?  

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Thursday, January 28, 2016

AN UNEXPECTED DINNER AT RADICI SEATTLE IN PIONEER SQUARE

Last weekend, my friends and I found ourselves in Pioneer Square, looking for a nice place to eat for dinner. We had the worst luck for the first few places either because seats weren't available yet, or were 21+ (my friend forgot her I.D.!) and we were just aimlessly walking around 1st ave. on our phones and on Yelp looking for a place to go to and we ended up going to Radici Seattle.
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Wednesday, January 13, 2016

OMAKASE AT SUSHI KASHIBA IN PIKE PLACE MARKET

Located on the North side of Pike Place Market, across from Post Alley, underneath the pretty lights of the Inn at the Market lies sushi chef Sushi Shiro Kashiba's newest restaurant, Sushi Kashiba, where he offers "the highest standard Japanese cuisine that sushi lovers have come to expect." Mentored by the ever popular Jiro Ono from the documentary, "Jiro Dreams of Sushi,"  Kashiba has earned a name for himself in the culinary world of sushi and brought his talents to Seattle first at Belltown's Shiro's and now at this new restaurant.
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Monday, January 11, 2016

HAWAII FOOD DIARIES PT. 4 - MAMA'S FISH HOUSE ON MAUI

I know I'm super late on these last food posts but better late than never! This restaurant still exists (and is one of the most popular ones on the island of Maui) and the only thing that really changes is the seasonal/fresh caught fishes! The menu since I've been there hasn't changed too much! This restaurant I'll be reviewing is the infamous Mama's Fish House located in Paia and what we passed by going back and forth from the Road to Hana. At first, it doesn't look much from outside and their entrance, but once you have your vehicle valet parked, you get to really see what's behind the little boat!
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Thursday, January 7, 2016

Restaurant Review: Anchovies & Olives w/ easy booking through OpenTable

Hi everybody!
Today's post is a restaurant review of one of Ethan Stowell's restaurants: Anchovies & Olives. We ate there for a little celebration and mainly because it has been on my list for ages and every time I have tried to walk-in to eat there, there is either no room OR a party booked! This time, I used OpenTable to reserve a spot online and it was quick and easy with instant confirmation. I really wish more restaurants were on OpenTable! But I digress, back to the review..
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