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Blogger Style NYFW SS 2018

I've been doing this post for several years now, and you guys always seem to love it more than any other fashion post, so here we go again for the most recent fashion week in New York! Some of my favorite American designers; like Michael Kors, Zac Posen, Tori Burch, and Rachel Zoe had sme amazing spring / summer 2018 collections. But I also love to see the street style, because it fits in with the current fashion season, and well, because it's so fun! Pictured above: KERRently by Courtney Kerr

This year it seemed as if everyone went to fashion week. Usually I have to look and look and look for enough outfits to fill up my post. This year, however, I had to majorly narrow down my picks. Everyone went, and everyone wore multiple outfits a day!











Snapshots from the Week


Hey guys! I hope you had a great week and are enjoying your weekend so far.🙂 I'm a bit late on this post, because I had to rest yesterday. That's what I get for thinking I could go from my simple physical therapy workout to 40 planks and pikes and 20 side planks without some consequences. I did however recover well enough to enjoy a date with my husband last night, and we've enjoyed some time off this week as well.

We had a very nice midweek lunch at Lassalle's downtown Tulsa. I really need to do a separate post on that place. It's so amazing for several reasons, like their pralines! Last night we had Pei Wei before our movie date. It's another favorite, especially whenever we're in a hurry and don't have time for a restaurant with wait time. If you like sushi, you absolutely must try their Kun Pao Shrimp Roll. It's so amazing that I actually finished my food before Ken, which very rarely happens as I'm the world's slowest eater.

After dinner we saw The Circle. It's getting mixed reviews, but we both thoroughly enjoyed it. It's the type of movie that gets your head spinning and sparks conversation long after. And despite some of the reviews, it isn't about just one aspect of the right privacy or the social world or communication or accountability. It's about all of those things, and it displays both the pros and cons of both sides of each of those issues. One of my favorite parts was after Emma Watson's character goes live 24/7 and says to her followers, as she brushes her teeth, that if they're watching and enjoying it, she's worried about them. There were much more deep parts of the film I'd love to address, but hey, it's Saturday morning...I've got my coffee, the rain is pitter-pattering against our bedroom window. So time to wrap this up and enjoy the weekend with my love.💕






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  1. The food looks delicious! It's hard to find ethnic food here in Rome so I'm drooling over your pics right now.
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