*Top: Aerie (similar in lots of colors, and similar on sale)
*Jeans: Rag and Bone (similar)
*Shoes: Christian Louboutin "Insectika" (GAH, I want these suede pumps! And these with the gold toes! And totally obsessed with the leopard sequin Loubies. So pretty!)
*Clutch: t+j Designs sample - I really really want to get these made but having troubles with our manufacturer so it may not happen. BUT we will be launching another clutch style very soon!
*Jewelry t+j Designs Delicate Link Metal Necklace - (I love this necklace, it glams up every sweater I own!), Glam Bracelet and Glam Leatherette Ring, heart ring is by Jewelmint.
I'm sitting here writing this post but really all I can think about is what I'm going to eat for dinner. I'm really in a soup mood, it's the fall weather that makes me crave soup. But actually, I can always have soup, even on the hottest days, I'll still be happy with soup. When I was in Jamaica this summer, the resort we stayed at had this amazing pumpkin soup (which I normally don't like pumpkin) but it was so good I got it for every meal even though it was about 100 degrees every day we were there! I have a "go-to" chicken noodle soup recipe that is a staple for our fall and winter dinners but I'm needing something new to add to our menu. That chicken noodle soup is probably the only meal that I repeat again and again. It's THAT good! I've been asked before how often I repeat outfits and I actually don't very often, it's very rare that you'll see me in the exact same combination of clothes. I always find different ways to wear my pieces so an exact outfit is never really repeated and I guess I'm the same with my recipes too! Sometimes hubs will request the same meal like a week or two later but the problem is, most of the time, I just create recipes off the top of my head so I will have completely forgotten what exactly I put together and how I cooked it so even if I try, it will always taste different! Now I know, if it's good I try to write it down as soon as I'm done making it so I'll actually remember. I have a terrible recipe system and write things down in any notebook I have handy instead of just one place. I also have my mother in law's recipes written on index cards and I've stashed them in various cookbooks which isn't very helpful when I'm trying to find something. I need a good system that not only organizes but also is easy to add recipes to, anyone have one that you would recommend?