Another day, another outfit. This is it!

La Moda UK Keavy in Black purse!! I’m in love wit it!! Carry it all the time….where ever I go.

Thrifted Jeans and Michael Jackson Tank Top

The Heels: Elizabeth and James - Jazz Bone Leather or if you’re a size 10 they’re up on Ebay for hella low

Welp….have a lovely day!<3


It’s hard to stay cute in the cold…..#firstworldproblems LOL

I went thrifting out here in the snow town of New London, and got this cute blue dress for $10. And the snow boots for like $15!! Good shopping out here for sure.

The hat is H&M I believe. I bought it ages ago, but living in Cali isn’t exactly conducive for winter clothing. So for the first time in my life (yes…my life) I finally get to play in the snow!!

Last but not least, my uber cute purse is from La Moda UK….here’s the link for the bag!! >>>>

Aiden smilled innocently at Rosalie, shuffling over to stand behind Junim and lean against his brother, wrapping his arms around his neck in a hug. Keavy simply rolled her eyes at his childish behavior and resettled the bundle on her chest.
“I was hoping that maybe you would allow us to cross over to mirkwood for a bit of time.. Since you’re busy with these holiday things we could go on our own. It wouldnt be hard to find our way.” Keavy smilled hopefully at the woman, her eyes pleading.

“Can you tell me where you’re taking me now?  I’m beginning to feel like I’m in a bad horror movie and this is the moment before I get brutality murdered.  I would just like to know cause if I’m gonna be murdered I would like to not look like I’ve been stuck at summer camp all summer.  So basically….where are we going?” Keavy rambled as she walked with the other person.

HOW-TO: Prep Pie Crust (from Butter and Scotch by Allison Kave and Keavy Landreth)

Let the dough rest at room temperature for 5 to 10 minutes, then sprinkle
with flour.

Starting from the center and using even pressure, roll the dough, rotating it between each pass of the rolling pin.

Be sure to lift the dough off the counter periodically to prevent sticking, and add more flour as needed.

Gently lift the dough into your pie pan.

Carefully press the dough into the bottom of the pie pan.

Fold the overhang under to form a thick, rolled edge.

Press the dough along the inner sides of the pie pan.

Using a gentle pinching motion, crimp the rolled edge of the dough all the way around (you can also use the tines of a fork for an easy decorative option).

The team behind Brooklyn’s popular dessert and cocktail bar brings you Butter & Scotch­—a “Dominique Ansel meets Broad City” boozy look at dessert.

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