Time for some more shoe talk my dear shoe lovers!! Today is a special one! It’s all about Louboutins!! Please enjoy the video!
My Dear Brunch and Pumps readers, PLEASE FORGIVE ME!! My time away from this blog was unintentional and waaaay longer than I expected.
I’m returning today with a newfound theory: Suede isn’t just for the Fall.
Pictured here you see two of my favorite pair of suede shoes.
The pair on the left is a gray suede spiked ankle strap pump by GUESS with a metallic heel. The pair on the right is a deep fuchsia/purple tie-up bootie with a collar back and gold detail.
What I love about both pairs is that they can be worn to match an outfit, or as a statement piece or add color-blocking detail.
I’m sure I’ve written about one or both pair before, but I felt they were worth mentioning again as I’ve been wearing them a lot this winter despite the snow here. Sure, it takes a little extra planning, but carry a shoe bag with you to your destination and pop on your suede soles to add some spice to your outfit!
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You can probably tell by now that french toast is one of my favorite things to have when I go out for brunch.
This pic is of the very berry creme-brulee french toast at the Mack Avenue Grille. It’s delicious! The perfect bite gives you savory french toast, a sweetness from the berries (strawberries, rasberries and blueberries) and the creme-brulee filling. But get this: I have NEVER had this dish for brunch. I’ve eaten it during the weekdays with my co-workers, but somehow this dish always me feel as if it’s Sunday and it’s time for brunch.
Do you have a favorite food that you MUST have when you eat brunch?!