a Taylored Approach
If you stayed in the city this LDW, you have been treated to 1) the hottest weekend ever and 2) the most gorgeous of sunsets. Indian Summer has arrived! You can find me parked at Crissy Field with cute cans of vino as the skys have been quite the sight.
When I was little, it was always a bummer when my birthday rolled around because we either had to have my party (it was always Disney themed) before or after the Labor Day Holiday. Insert Minnie Mouse tears here. Now in my thirties and "gulp," when that next birthday arrives, it's a nice moment to be celebrated but honestly, lately, I enjoy a weekend with an open agenda. It's funny the planner in me let's go a little bit. The staples typically include; vanilla lattes, Rose's and lately, Rosé. I am dying to get to The Dorian for a taste of their Frosé.
One big project I needed to tackle this weekend was my closet. I am very fortunate as it's the highlight of my studio. The storage space is the equivalent of the raising hands emoji... just amazing. My goal was to make a seating area and a space to rotate a featured frock. Since the long weekend is a birthday hangover for me, sequins felt more than appropriate. Just outside the closet door, I added my ark bag to hang out with the gold birdie duo because she's a show stopper and deserves to be their sidekick. Next round of the closet project is color coding and a full reveal. Stay tuned.
Aside from catching up on life, long weekends are meant for venturing to new spots which for me still includes the search for the best iced Vanilla latte. If you've been on my side of Chestnut, you know the devastation I felt (OK, maybe a slight exaggeration) when my favorite bakery across the street closed. To this day, I wake up on Sundays craving their amazing vanilla. Today's try, Equator Coffee at Fort Mason. It was delicious and of course, I loved their panther logo. I pulled the trigger for a sprinkled splurge as soon as I saw that donut. The perfect accessory with your side of coffee are September issues. An easy formula to create your own easy like Sunday morning scene.
Cheers to savoring the next two days of the long weekend and capturing city snaps!
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