|Blue Cardigan (similar) and Pink Pencil Skirt (similar) Banana Republic | White T-Shirt Kenar | Angular Long Pendant (Peru Collection) Matterial Fix Rented via Rocksbox | Sunburst Bangle White House of Harlow 1960 Rented via Rocksbox | Gold Bello Wedges Jimmy Choo | Black Legacy Satchel JustFab | Sunglasses Diane von Furstenberg ||
I think it might be a good idea to do a quick little recap of what I did this past week. I had a really fun birthday last Wednesday and went out for a little golf and karaoke afterwards with Armando and some close friends. On Thursday I spent my day with fellow foodie and fashion blogger Chanda, and we did a lot of eating in SF. We started out with oysters from Swans Oyster Depot, and you can check out her post of the place here. We also stopped by Tartine's Bakery, and I could not handle how yummy all the food was. It was a great start to my birthday weekend.
I don't know how many of you have ever waited all day for UPS to deliver a package before, but that is basically how I spent my Friday. Armando and I had packed up for a weekend down in Salinas, but we were waiting for a package all day that never was delivered. I did receive it today, but I had ordered some customized party favors for my Mom's 50th birthday party. I was bummed I didn't get them on time, but I am still thinking of using them as thank you gifts for those that attended the party we had for her on Saturday.
Although the weekend started with this minor set back, I was really happy I was able to spend the long weekend with my family. My mom looked stunning for her party in a white DVF Zarita lace dress. She doesn't have the same obsession with DVF as I do, but this dress is also one I have been thinking of investing in (but in black or navy.) Now that she has this dress though, I can't wait to borrow it! We partied on Saturday and had people over at our house on Sunday, which felt like a continuation of the party.
On Monday, Armando and I packed up and headed back to the Bay Area so I could attend my aerial yoga class in SF. I was able to try it out thanks to this new service in the City called Class Pass. For $99 a month, you can take 10 classes at different studios enrolled in the program. So far, I've tried three classes: Spin/Yoga, Cardio Barre, and Aeriel Yoga. It has been fun trying new things, but commuting to the city to workout is definitely a challenge for me. I am glad I have been able to try this to see what types of classes I might be interested in pursuing further.
I guess my recap wasn't that quick, but it was a pretty busy week for me. I decided to share this outfit from last month today because of the fun colors and equally fun jewelry. The jewelry is rented from Rocksbox, and I have to say their service is amazing! I loved all the pieces in my last set and I can't wait to see what I'll be getting in the mail later this week. I was given free membership for a few months, but I will be renewing it once that trial period expires. For $19 a month, it is worth it to have a rotating jewelry box. Right now you can try the first month free if you use my referral code here. am a big fan of the jewelry and that there is always the option to buy something you can't send back.
Hope you enjoyed my recap of the week and until next time,