Lately I have been doing a lot of food posts and have neglected my fashion posts due to my tri-annual “I have nothing to wear!!!” situation! LOL! But after all of the compliments I received today for my outfit, I had to share with you all!
Do any of you ever feel like you’re just super bloated and nothing you put on is going to look right??? Well that has been me for the last few days. I didn’t want to wear anything that was clingy but I still wanted to be cute of course! So I pulled this ensemble out of the back of the closet and viola! This isn’t new but in order to tone down the zebra print jumper, I added a neutral cami and blazer to make it more teacher/work friendly!
What do you think?
Jumper and Cami/ H&M Blazer: Forever 21 Sandals: Sam Edelman
I have been in love with Bahama Breeze since the first time I had it about 5 or 6 years ago so I was elated when I was invited last Sunday to try their new Dark N’ Stormy cocktail in celebration of World Meteorological Day!
Here is the run down from last Sunday:
Dark N’ Stormy cockail: A unique hand crafted cocktail with Gosling Black Seal Rum and Ginger Soda. I really liked this cocktail. It was very light and refreshing.
We also had some yummy appetizers to go along with the cocktail:
Spinach & Artichoke Dip: This was, hands down, the best spinach and artichoke dip I have tried to date! Congratulations Bahama Breeze!
Coconut Shrimp/ Coconut Onion Rings: Delicious coconut battered shrimp and onion rings with a cool citrus mustard dipping sauce!
Chicken Empanada: These were good but I normally order the beef empanadas which have curry flavors that I enjoy more. I think it was the mushrooms in the chicken empanadas I didn’t care for.
Key-lime Pie: Deliciously tart and sweet! The pie crust is amazing!
Overall, my dining experience at Bahama Breeze was pleasant per usual! If you have one in your city or near by, stop in for a bite to eat. You’ll love it!
As always, thank you so much for stopping by!
I’ll be back soon!