Monday, February 22, 2016

More Great Transitional Wear

Top: Caslon | Necklace: Berry | Jeans: BlankNYC | Flats: BP | Tank (similar style): BP | Lipliner: MAC (in Edge to Edge) | Lipstick: MAC (in Kinda Sexy)

I don't know if it is the drastic weather changes we have been having here in San Diego or just that my immune system is MIA, but I have been minorly sick three times in the last two months. I thought I was finally feeling better after my last issue with my sinuses, but Saturday morning a head cold moved in like nobody's business. I'm feeling much better now, but it was such a bummer because we were supposed to be heading to the desert to see our sweet niece and nephew (more on that here). I would never risk getting those little babes sick, so staying home was the only option. Anyways, when I am sick there is only one meal I crave, Lourdes Chicken Soup. Lourdes is this tiny hole-in-the-wall Mexican restaurant in the suburb of San Diego that I grew up in, Escondido. Escondido isn't the loveliest place, but you can get some of the best Mexican food there! This soup is amazing and just what the doctor ordered if you aren't feeling so hot. It is made up of clear broth, huge chunks of clean, light chicken meat, Mexican rice and avocados. I add a little of their hot salsa to mine. It helps clear out the sinuses. If you are ever in north San Diego county make sure you stop in whether you are sick or not. 

Buy this top... No really, it is perfect for transitional weather. I feel like I have been saying that a lot lately but I'm not joking around. It is so wide towards the bottom that you can practically throw it over anything and it comes in FIVE colors. Think of it as more of a go-to sweater for spring and summer to keep around when the day cools to night. I paired it with this nautical inspired statement necklace. The stones on it matched my new camel lace-up flats perfectly. It's all pretty matchy-matchy but it works. 

I hope your day is as beautiful as you are!!

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