Monday, August 20, 2012

Weekend Recap: iPhone Snaps

  My weekend began Thursday night (I took Friday off) with Fish 'n Chips, beer & a girl friend.


 ...but not prior to doing a little damage at the mall with my other girl friend.


 On Friday, I slept in, blogged and ate breakfast.  Then I cleaned my apartment like crazy.


Later that afternoon I ran some errands in my chevron-printed maxi.

 

Friday night date.
Outfit deets:  Walmart top, Dynamite shorts, Kelsi Dagger wedges, Auslini bangle, A.Co Designs bracelet & Dollarama hoop earrings.


 One of the best burgers (and sweet potato fries) ever on Friday night.



Home-made pickled beets!


 On Saturday morning, I brought my girl friend breakfast because...


 ...she lent me her Lincoln MKX for my sister's bachelorette party (ridin' in style!).


 Pole dancing for the bachelorette (yes, those are feathered devil horns).


 Getting the party started.


 The bride and me.
Outfit deets:  Dynamite blazer, Louben skirt (thrifted) worn as a dress & Costa Blanca belt.



Bachelorette dinner out.


 On Sunday I ran some errands in the morning.
Outfit deets:  Joe Fresh top, Material Girl skirt & Promise sandals.



I attended a Baby Shower for a good friend in the afternoon and the decor was killer.


I brought cucumber/cream cheese roll-ups...


 ...and wore an Urban Original dress (outfit post coming).


 Sunday evening view from my apartment.


 Sunday dinner for one.

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4 comments

Tere Ávila said...

great photos and food honey, i really love all!

xx

Miss Caitlin S. said...

so fun! what an exquisite and beautiful life you lead. I love your iphone recaps!

Sherice said...

I really need the recipe for the cucumber cream cheese rolls! (Is that bread they are wrapped in??) And the delicious looking concontion in the last picture. This is making me hungry :)

A.Co said...

@Sherice the cucumber roll ups are suuuuuper simple.

Take regular bread, cut off the crusts. Take a rolling pin and flatten the bread. Spread with cream cheese (I used spreadable stuff, ie. stuff you'd buy for your bagel) and sprinkle with pepper. Cut cucumber into quarters or more, depending on size. Cut the length of the cucumber piece the same as the bread and roll it up. Slice the bread into bite size pieces and serve.

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