In season of grazing the grassy green lawns in our maxi’s and tasting fashionable bites we wanted to share this recipe of Watermelon Balsamic Appetizer with you. To melt those taste buds of your lovely guest get full recipe here. Oh, and to turn those heads, our Jade Halter Maxi Dress found at ShopBop, check it here.
A favorite in New York, the Brooklyn Flea is a must to go on the weekends. Saturday’s in Fort Greene and Sundays on the waterfront in Williamsburg. Along with amazing vintage finds you will find treats such as People’s Pops and the famous pizza out of a truck….Pizza Moto!!
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How dreamy is Keiko Lynn in our Floral Maxi Dress, found here at Shopbop.
Playing at the Reperatory this weekend at the Film Forum is 1958 ”Bonjour Tristesse” Directed by Otto Preminger, Starring Jean Seberg, David Niven and Deborah Kerr. Get summer started with this movie that takes place on the French Riviera with endless days of playing tennis, sailing, scuba diving and endless nights of cocktail parties, art openings, and dancing. See Seberg show off her charm before she got her to be casted for Breathless. For viewing times see here: http://www.filmforum.org/movies/more/bonjour_tristesse
With some warm weather coming are way here is a cute lil outfit:
With the launch of Jenny’s book from her famous blog I SPY DIY, we picked one of our favorites found here on Glitter Guide. With summer just right around the corner this is a perfect DIY.
What to wear while picking out your veggie’s for dinner this weekend! You can now purchase our Madison Marcus Color-Block Dress at Bergdorfs!
Wake Up Thursday! -
Having a night in with your girlfriends? The perfect silk dress with hints of pastel found here, and this amazing popcorn recipe we found on The Glitter Guide! Now all you need is some bubbly and laughter = the perfect eve!
White Chocolate Confetti Popcorn Recipe:
-1/2 tablespoon canola oil
-1/2 cup popcorn kernels
-6 ounces white chocolate, chopped
-1/4 cup confetti sprinkles
1. In a medium saucepan, pour in canola oil and heat over medium-heat. When oil is hot, add popcorn kernels, making sure all the kernels are touching the bottom of the pan. Cover with a lid and wait until you hear kernels start to pop. Once they commence, grab the pan; while simultaneously holding down the lid, give it a good shake. Return pan to the stove and repeat a few times. This will ensure that all of the kernels pop. When popcorn is done, turn off heat, transfer to a medium bowl, and add a few pinches of salt.
2. Add about 1-inch of water to a double boiler (or a saucepan with a metal bowl nestled atop). Note: Be sure your bowl is completely dry. Heat over medium-low, watching the chocolate the entire time. White chocolate has a lower melting point, so it can seize easily. When chocolate is melted, stir until smooth.
3. In a few batches, pour chocolate over popcorn, mixing gently to coat each kernel lightly.
4. Evenly spread popcorn onto a baking sheet and add confetti sprinkles. Let popcorn sit for 3-4 hours (or until dry).
Today on Beauty Blitz, just in time for the weekend: a relaxing foot wash from Brunch at Saks!