Quick dinner

Last Friday D came home with a bag full of groceries because he wanted to cook dinner (hence all the ingredients for our egg feast on Sunday). We usually are too tired to go out on Friday so we either order food or we cook something. This time he came home very hungry, therefore, before I even started unpacking all the groceries, I knew we had enough for at least eight people. Since most of our go-to quick meals consist of some sort of steak (for him) and a mixture of vegetables (for me), I knew what this dinner was going to be about. What I didn’t get was the fact that D knew that we were in the middle of our rose wine competition and he should’ve bought some sort of white meat (turkey mostly), but no, he bought two rib-eye steaks…


This recipe is not actually a recipe, but more like a quick hunger-fix that everybody does from time to time. Mainly I’m talking about steak and vegetables. I wanted to share it with you because D uses some tricks to make a steak appealing even to myself. One of his secret weapons is the cast iron pan he always uses for meat. I’ve talked about his precious pan in an earlier post. Another thing that he does for beef steak is the fact that he fries it with a bit of butter which makes it extremely tender and tasty. He rarely ever seasons the meat as in his opinion, you should do that after it is cooked.

Here’s what he bought:

  • 8 spears of asparagus (he bought more – frittata – but that’s all he used for the side)
  • 6 mushrooms
  • 2 red onions
  • 1 bell pepper (he bought three different coloured ones, chopped them all up and we got both a colourful frittata and a colourful side for the beef steak)
  • 2 rib-eye beef steaks

What he did:

  1. He chopped all the vegetables, put a bit of butter into a teflon pan and poured the onion first.
  2. When the onion was a bit fried he added the asparagus and the bell pepper.
  3. The mushrooms joined the party last as they do tend to leave a lot of water and he didn’t really want to make a vegetable stew.
  4. On to the meat. He heated a bit of butter into his (by now) infamous cast iron pan and then he put in both steaks.
  5. The secret with beef steak is to also put a bit of butter on top of it and when that butter is half melted you should start the dance of turning them from side to side every minute, that way you’ll get the perfect medium-rare colour that you usually only get at the restaurant (where a thermometer is used).
  6. That’s about it! Arrange everything nicely on the plate a snap some pics in order to have proof of the whole cooking experience. These plate photos aren’t the nicest simply because D was starving and he couldn’t wait to eat.

Yes, as you can see from the pics, since we were in an ongoing rose wine contest, we had beef steak with rose instead of red, but as you know we don’t really value those kind of rigidities.


This was a light (for me) and healthy dinner. The nutritional info is for two servings considering that there are two meat-lovers eating. I only had some vegetables that evening, and D was left with a nice lunch the next day.




We finally review a rose wine! As previous said, we do have a lot of rose wines that we love, so choosing the first one to blog about was pretty hard. So hard actually, that throughout the entire week we organised a rose-wine contest, and for the purpose of keeping the integrity of the wine posts, we had to drink a different bottle of rose each evening. It was a hard task, but somebody had to do it! We finally chose our absolute favourite, and shocking as it is, this is not a Romanian wine, but an Austrian one!

I’m talking about Kracher Rose. This is a typical Austrian rose, made out of Zweigelt grapes. I would say the first thing that struck me about this one is the freshness you feel once you take the first sip. It’s actually fresher than many whites I’ve tried and I loved the fact that it is a bit sparkly as well. This is definitely a summer wine!

The smell is quite intense for a rose, with hints of wild roses, strawberries and even wild cherries if you spend enough time smelling it. The colour, as you can see from the photos is very pleasant and clear, almost pastel, but you can figure out just by looking at it that this is quite aromatic for a rose wine.

It comes from the Burgerland area in Austria, which is a well-known winery area, located on the east side of the Neusiedl Lake. Apparently this area is almost always covered in a thick layer of fog, which I guess makes it such a good area for wines. This is definitely not our first Austrian wine, as we love them quite a lot, almost as much as Romanian wines. This rose is, for sure, our favourite rose and we recommend it with cheese (of course!) or with white meat.


This one is actually quite hard to find, being from 2012, and being such a good wine. You definitely won’t find it on the official site, but you can still find it lost in some small wine shops (like we did!).


We will review some other great roses in the near future, especially since we organised that drinking contest during which we did taste some really good wines. We hope you’ll enjoy this one as much as we enjoyed choosing it!



Serenity Rose Quartz…

Our fashion after-work moment… Before we headed off to Madrid for Easter! Boy do we need this vacation! Just the two of us, a beautiful ready-to-explore city and hopefully beautiful weather… After our last experience in Spain, in Barcelona, we knew that we were going to bring home a few extra kgs on our bodies, so we decided to shoot this last post before the fattening!


Not much to say about this fashion post, except for the fact that we both managed to dress in the infamous (by now) colours of the year 2016. And yes, I realise now that these pics look a lot like we just came from our marriage-license signing, but I assure you we did that three years ago, though, we look a lot better in these photos.

We met after work to enjoy a little sun and a quiet lunch before going home to start the horrible act of packing for a vacay in spring (no idea how the weather will be like). D, being the wonderful husband that he is, bought me a lovely bouquet of what he thought were pink peonies, but were in fact a type of English Rose that resembles peonies. He wanted peonies as he knows that aside from tulips, peonies are my favourite flowers.



On me:

Blouse – ZARASkirt – ZARAShoes – Mihaela GlavanBag – FurlaBling – SwarovskiWatch – LonginesShades – Gucci


On D:

Shirt – H&MPants – ZARAShoes – Benvenutti; Watch – Ingersoll

We had lunch at Gourmanderie and we totally recommend this place if you’re in the area as the food is beyond great and so is the staff and the overall atmosphere!

I do love the way these pics turned out so I will stop writing and let you all enjoy them. See you with some live photos from Madrid on our Instagram accounts!


P.S.: As per usual, most of the stuff we are wearing is from past seasons, but I did try and find some alternative buys for you.




Egg Feast!

It’s funny how, whenever we have to leave for a vacation somewhere, everybody seems to throw food at us. This is what happened last Sunday…my mother gave us 12 eggs! I mean, I know egg-season is here with Easter right around the corner, but what are we supposed to do with 12 eggs when we are one foot into our vacation. Good thing D is smart and full of cooking ideas! He decided we should make a frittata on Sunday morning. As all is fun and jolly in our kitchen, we, yet again, decided to use whatever we already had in our fridge for the magical Sunday frittata. Yes, I know Saturday is our day for the food post, but I had to share this with you before our departure. This was so easy to make and so delicious that it would be a pity to not share it prior to next Saturday, plus we have another mouth-watering recipe for next weekend.


Here’s what we used:

  • 1 red onion
  • 1 garlic clove
  • 6 asparagus spears
  • 1 bell pepper
  • 100 gr bacon
  • 150 gr cheddar cheese
  • 4 green onions
  • 2 large mushrooms
  • 6 eggs
  • butter

Yes, for some random reason, we had all that in our fridge. Told you we were chaotic chefs!

How to get from random ingredients to a tasty frittata?

  1. Chop all the vegetables and beat the eggs. Arrange them for a lovely photo! Do not forget to pre-heat the oven at 200 degrees C.
  2. Heat a cast iron pan. You’ll need a pan that goes into the oven as well. Melt a small piece of butter so all the stuff you are going to put in won’t get stuck on the pan.
  3. Fry the onion and the garlic first, then add the bacon and mix them really good until the bacon is half-crispy.
  4. Add the mushrooms and the asparagus and fry them until they are a little cooked. Don’t cook them for too long as the mushrooms will leave a lot of water.
  5. Mix the eggs with the bell peppers,the green onions and the cheddar and pour everything over the vegetable and bacon mix in the pan.
  6. Mix them all up really good and then off in the oven they go!
  7. After about 15 minutes, grate the frittata with a bit of cheddar and put it back into the oven for 5 more minutes.
  8. That’s it! Take some pictures, share them on Instagram and enjoy!

This turned out really really delicious and D was right to use the eggs for the frittata, he also ate two boiled eggs each morning and we managed to finish them by the time we had to leave! This is a truly successful story and unlike all the other times we cooked, there weren’t enough dishes to even fill the dishwasher!

As usual, the nutritional info is curtesy of my UP app and it is for 4 servings so you have to divide it to get the info for one serving.




Coffee lover over here!!!

I’ve been drinking coffee on a daily basis for over 14 years, so one could say that I’m a full-on coffee addict. I can’t go a day without my miracle liquid. True, I never ever drink more than one cup per day and I am very picky when it comes to which type of coffee I drink. I’ve always drank it with milk and more recently with either coconut milk or almond milk, but I never put any sugar in it. When I say that I’m picky, what I mean is that I can smell bad coffee miles away. Apparently, when it comes to coffee, my taste buds tend to be very rigid. I’m also responsible for D‘s daily coffee intake as before he met me, he rarely ever drank any, but now, neither of us can get through the day without our morning sip.

All that being said, you have to understand my skepticism when I was contacted by the team at Skinny Coffee Club for a potential social media collaboration. What I had to do implied testing their product, and IF I liked it I was supposed to post a few pics of me drinking their coffee on my Instagram account. Being the curious type, especially when it comes to new products on the market, I accepted, thinking that if I don’t like the product, we can terminate our agreement at any time. I’d like to underline the fact that I’m not receiving any money from them, nor am I in any way obliged to write about them or promote them in any way. Which brings us to today’s post: THIS PRODUCT IS AMAZING! Like, really, really great! The only reason I’m reviewing this on our blog is because I want to let people know what products actually work. You won’t find any product here that I don’t like here, simply because some products might work for some people but not me and I don’t really like the negative vibe a bad review gives. This review is based solely on my own personal experience.

Currently I’m finishing my third week on Skinny Coffee Club, but to be honest, I couldn’t wait to write about it from week 2 (that’s when I started seeing the results). Now, let’s be clear on something, during the past three weeks, both my diet and my fitness routine have been off. My diet has been mostly filled with pizza or some other sort of bad food and on top of it all, I haven’t been able to go to the gym either (semi-busted shoulder, plus D got his new tattoo). So this review is based on a streak of bad habits on my part and the product still worked. I did’t gain any weight and my tummy is flatter than ever. I know this coffee is responsible for all this because if by any chance I get three consecutive days of pizza, I’m bloated like a pregnant woman in her second trimester. Let’s get down to the nitty-gritty!


What it claims to do:

  1. Lose weight in one week without exercise
  2. Improve complexion
  3. Burn fat
  4. Help maintain weight after weight-loss
  5. Increased energy
  6. Amazing taste


Now let’s see the results I’ve had with it over the past three weeks:

  1. I did lose about 1kg, but I did have a hectic schedule (food, workout, sleep – wise)
  2. It did clear my complexion
  3. Since I lost some weight, I supposed it burned some fat
  4. It did maintain my tummy flat just as if I was still hitting the gym on a daily basis
  5. It did give me enough energy to last throughout the day
  6. You have to give it a few days to actually get accustomed to the taste.

Let’s talk about the taste part a bit. First of all, it mainly consists of green coffee, so it’s not as tasty as regular coffee, but after a few days on it, I’ve really started to love the taste, especially when mixed with coconut milk. Since you can’t find any ingredient list on their site, I’ve analysed the product and came out with these ingredients: Organic Green Coffee Beans, Chlorogenic Green Coffee bean extract, Siberian Ginseng, Chorella, Pure Matcha Powder, Spirulina, Wheatgrass, Organic Brazilian Coffee. In my opinion, it’s basically coffee on steroids!


I usually use a teabag instead of a French Press, as it’s easier and less messy in the morning. If you do decide to check this coffee out, you’ll find hundreds of testimonials and reviews online, so there’s absolutely no point in me writing down how it helped other people.

All in all, I can’t wait for April to be over, so I can give this wonderful product another try, this time combined with a healthy diet and my usual fitness routine. Next month I’ll probably post another review for this product including before and after pics, measurements and weight, so stay tuned! And start drinking Skinny Coffee Club!


P.S.: If you’d like to order the coffee and give it a try, just use code LAVINIA20 at checkout to get a nice discount on your order!

From wrecks to riches!

As you’ve figured it out by now, I’m a massive Chanel Beauty fan. Mainly everything from cleansing products, to moisturisers to make-up. Everything except for fragrance! Every once in a while though, some other beauty company comes up with a product (or more) that jams up my perfectly assembled Chanel beauty bag. That’s what happened on my last trip to Sephora. I betrayed (yet again!) Chanel.


Even though one could say that I am biased in this department, I do try and stay as informed as possible with the latest releases from all the other brands as well. I’m being super vigilant when it comes to the summer make-up ranges especially since last summer I totally missed the Chanel bronzing powder as I was too busy to stay up to date with the new stuff. That’s how I stumbled upon Dior’s new collection, and left Sephora with a bag full of goodies and an almost empty bank account (but that’s a different matter entirely). This year they’ve got four new amazing (really!) bronzing powders, and they are amazing both in the colour department as in the texture department as well, a full new range of milky lip glosses that feel and look incredible on, and some nice new nail polish sets, but since I have my manicure done professionally, I didn’t really pay attention to those. I focused all my attention on the powders and the lip glosses and after about 20 minutes of testing and doing colour swatches, I ended up with an arm fully bronzed and glossed, but also with the final decision of getting the new Diorskin Nude Air Glow Powder in 001 – Fresh Tan and two Dior Addict Milky Tints in 126 – Milky Pure (which I’m using in today’s post) and 156 – Milky Pastel, but I have a strong feeling that I will be revisiting Dior for more goodies. In my book, where summer make-up lines are concerned, Dior is the clear winner this year.

Moving along to the first make-up post, which will also be probably my last one since everything I know about applying make-up is right here and to be honest, there’s not a really good chance of me learning new stuff, as it took me about 10 years to learn this much. This is actually my everyday, every occasion go-to make-up. As you’ve probably noticed from the featured image, there are only a few subtle changes and this is more one of those no-make-up make-up routines.

I recently discovered YSL Le Teint Encre de Peau and it’s simply stunning. I’ve not had a better foundation ever in my life, and D can confirm that I’ve had quite a few. It stays put for more than 12 hours, looks amazing in photos, feels like there’s nothing on and doesn’t clog the pores or dry the skin out. It’s perfection in a bottle. The only issues I have with it it’s that YSL only imports a few shades in Romania and I am already using their darkest shade, 60, and summer isn’t even here yet. I will however look for a darker shade for summer in the upcoming Madrid vacation. I normally use my fingers to spread the foundation on my face because for one, I don’t really have a lot of make-up gizmos (shocker!) except for my Beauty Blenders and two, because in my opinion fingertips give a more natural looking effect.

After the whole foundation phase, I use another miracle product which I’ve discovered last year. I’m talking about Chanel’s Soleil Tan Make-up base which is perfect for contouring my cheek-bones. I usually use my small Beauty Blender for this as it’s very precise and you can easily blend everything naturally. This product from Chanel is really amazing and a little goes a long way so you’ll be using this jar forever and ever. I also use Chanel’s Les Beiges Healthy Glow Blush in no 20. This one is best used with the big Beauty Blender and I just dab it on my cheeks, temples and nose for a bronzy, glowy look. From time to time, when I look really tired and I hear my alarm clock on time, I highlight my brow bone with Benefit’s High Brow pencil, but again this step is way too often skipped. I finish everything with a swipe of Dior’s Extase mascara, also a new addition to my make-up bag that in my opinion is not as good as any Chanel mascara, but it will have to do for the time being. I contour my lips (again, a step for those mornings when I actually have time) with Chanel’s Precision LipDefiner in shade 93 – Beige Innocent, because it’s neutral and goes with any lip colour I choose to use. Today I’ll be using Dior’s new Milky Pure gloss, because as stated earlier, I am so in love with their new range! This feels like nothing but a moisturising water on and it does have some lasting colour considering it’s a lip gloss and the shades are just perfect for summer.



It might seem like there are quite a lot of steps to follow, but really it only takes me about 5-7 minutes to be done in the morning and not look like a hot mess anymore. D seems to be quite happy that there are not a lot of products to carry around whenever we go on vacation , but that’s really due to the fact that my make-up skills are very limited. I do admit, however, that from time to time I do use a liquid eye liner to do a flick on my eyes, but that usually takes me way too much time and way too many tries. Otherwise, it’s just about the basics I’ve just exposed in this post.

Until I learn new and exciting make-up tricks, which will probably be in 5 to 10 years from now, this will most likely be the only make-up post on this blog. I will however review new products I discover.


Absolutely no inspiration!

This, again being a Sunday post isn’t about text, it’s about us. We had some errands to run yesterday and we bumped into this wonderful flower field, so we decided to snap some photos (yes, we always carry our camera with us).




On me:

Jeans – REPLAY

Top – Polo Ralph Lauren

Shoes – Puma El Rey

Bag – Furla

Sunglasses – Ray-Ban

Bling – Pandora



On D:

Jeans – REPLAY

T-shirt – Polo Ralph Lauren

Shoes – Polo Ralph Lauren

Watch – Ingersoll

Bracelet – Fossil

Again, since most of the stuff we are wearing in these photos are not brand new, I either found an alternative to them online, or a different colour of the same item.



We messed up! Badly!

Yup, we did it! Me messed up! Well, not the food, that turned out great, but we did mess up the quantities! We forgot to weight them and write everything down. I guess we were quite enthusiastic and hungry. As I’ve mentioned in other food posts, we don’t really follow any recipe, for us cooking is more about buying whatever we like and combining them, so no Masterchef experience here. We like to call it instinctive cooking.


Every since we started this blog we ended up in the kitchen a lot more often and we always try and measure everything and write down all the details. Well, this time we forgot all about these little details (read: we were extremely hungry!), however, considering the fact that D loves taking photos, we didn’t forget about that! Basically this post is written following the photos we took, so if you’re going to want to try and recreate this recipe, it’s going to be a bit more complicated. Here it goes!


What we bought:

  • 1 turkey breast (I’m actually amazed we only bought one-guess we’re getting used to cooking just for the two of us)
  • 2 broccoli heads
  • 2 red onions
  • A bunch of new potatoes (maybe about 500gr, but we overdid it in this departement, so you should buy less)
  • 3 coloured bell-peppers (they looked great both in the pics and in the food, however, we only used about half of each)
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • One chunk of red cheddar (about a cup grated)
  • One chunk of gouda (again, about a cup grated)
  • 2 eggs (for the home-made mayonnaise)
  • Mustard (about a teaspoon, again for the mayo)
  • Olive oil (another mayo ingredient)
  • Jamie Oliver’s BBQ seasoning
  • Ground curry (add to taste)
  • Butter (for the tray)
  • Some oven-baked bread (to make the breadcrumbs for the crust-we bought some ready made bruschetta)

Well, that’s about it. Here goes writing the steps following the pics… I hope I won’t forget anything!

  1. We started by using the hand blender on the baked bread to make breadcrumbs. I have no idea why we started with this, as you’ll need the breadcrumbs right at the end, before putting everything into the oven.
  2. Preheat the oven at 205 degrees C. I think this one is the actual logical first step.
  3. Wash all the vegetables, grate the cheese and cut the meat into approximately equal pieces.
  4. Make the mayo or buy it ready-made, but I prefer to make it myself:
  • put two yolks into a bowl 
  • Add one tsp of mustard
  • 1/2 lemon juice
  • Mix slowly adding oil until you have as much may as you need, in this case, about a cup
  1. Butter the tray you’re going to use. We suggest a teflon one as the vegetables taste best baked in that type of tray.
  2. Add a lot of seasoning to the mayo. I think D must’ve ground for about 15 minutes – you should just try and find some sort of BBQ seasoning that is already ground.
  3. Add all the cheese and half of the sliced garlic into the mayo and mix it really good.
  4. Put the broccoli, potatoes, bell peppers, sliced onions and the remaining garlic slices into a bowl, mix them up evenly and add half of the cheese-mayo mix over them. Mix them all together until the mayo is distributed equally over the vegetables.
  5. Pour all the mayo-vegetables into the tray.
  6. Arrange the turkey pieces nicely over the vegetables. Prior to this step (I know i’d screw up some steps with this ‘following pics’ method) you should cover the turkey with curry and seasoning.
  7. After you’ve arranged them on the tray, cover them with the remaining mayo-garlic-cheese and add the breadcrumbs allover the tray.
  8. Put it into the oven and 45 minutes later you’re going to end up with the best oven cooked turkey and vegetables you’ve ever had!

We ended up with about 6 servings, so as per usual you should divide all the numbers on the nutritional info by six. We actually are very proud that we didn’t end up with at least ten servings!


Hope you’ll enjoy it and not find it too complicated to follow the recipe! Yes, we know we messed up, but the food was great!




Back to a very special red, the 2011 Anima Syrah.  This one has no memory attached to it as we first drank it a few days ago. And boy, were we impressed! I mean, we were expecting this one to be a very good wine since it’s made by Aurelia Visinescu and just like all her wines, this one is also a limited edition, with only 14.204 bottles for sale. D bought it based on a hunch and my conclusion to this after taking a sip was that he should always trust his instinct. And we are talking a bout red wine and this is me writing it!

The very first thing you notice, before tasting it, is its rich ruby colour and then you feel the complex fragrance it dispenses. Just based on those two things you quickly realise this one is a special etiquette. Obviously, being a dry red wine, it’s crisp and rough, but a very good kind of rough! The first thing I felt at first sip was the rich spicy aroma, complemented by a subtle blackberry taste. The aftertaste is even more complex as it had a dark rich chocolate accent that lingered for a while. Once you get used to the spiciness of it you start detecting hints of vanilla. All that made me think that I’m dealing with a very complex and rich red that clearly moved to the top of my red wines list.


Surprisingly (for me!) this wine is not from the Transylvania area, but way closer to home (Bucharest), in the Dealu Mare area. It comes from a very small and exclusive winery, that only produces limited edition wines sold all over the world. The winemaker is the best known Romanian woman in this area of expertise, that decided to put all her knowledge and expertise into this little winery giving us some very complex wine bouquets. This one is made out of three types of Syrah grapes from France and one from California.

Syrah is D‘s favourite wine type and I know that every time he buys wine, we end up with at least two different etiquettes of Syrah.


This wine should be enjoyed at 18 degrees C alongside either red meat or cheese (YaY!). This one is quite a strong wine in a sense that it hits you right at the knees after one glass, but the great thing about it is that it doesn’t affect you upper body (no headaches whatsoever). Therefore you should consume it with caution.


All in all, I have a new favourite red! Yes, I know we should at some point review a rose wine and we will, especially since we do have a few favourite roses. Maybe we’ll do that next week.


Dressing them up…or down!

Remember the pistachio green pants from ZARA? The ones ideally tailored both for the office as well as for the weekend? Naturally, as I told you, I bought them in beige as well. I know, shocker! The other day, the opportunity presented itself, and I wore them both at the office and for a relaxing afternoon with D.

The versatility of these pants is incredible! Since I actually had some work that day at the office, I decided to pair them with my Fifi nude pumps from Christian Louboutin, because hey, a nude pair of pumps always does the trick, and a blouse from (drumroll!) ZARA. Since taking long walks in Bucharest in Loubs is a profanity (for the integrity of the shoes) I also left home with a pair of Converse sneaks and a t-shirt, thinking that I’ll finish all my stuff in time to change before D arrives to save me from work. Of course time decided to fly past me that day and I did’t get a chance to actually change before our casual afternoon so I decided to snap a few pics of my office attire and then, like a 12 yo I changed in D‘s car (luckily all the windows are tinted).



Blouse – ZARA; Pants – ZARA; Bag – Moschino; Shoes – Fifi Christian Louboutin; Bracelets – Swarovski, Ring – Swarovski; Sunglasses – Gucci

The bag I wore at work is from Moschino and it’s a go-to bag as it’s neutral both colour-wise as well as shape-wise and works well both for the office and for a semi-casual dinner with friends. I wore the exact same jewellery for both outfits from Swarovski.

Moving along to the casual outfit. I kept the pants, put on my neon velcro Converse that I got from the kids section (I always wanted a pair of velcro sneaks), changed the top and the bag. The t-shirt is from H&M and I bought it three years ago from their Conscious Collection. As it turns out, I have a lot of stuff from their Conscious Collections that I bought throughout the years. I like it a lot as it can easily pass as a blouse if I put a blazer over it and I think that’s thanks to the embroidered hem. The bag I received as a present from close friends and it’s made by Beaucoupzero. This guy is a digital artist that expanded his horizons and now has quite a few items in his collection featuring his art (bags,laptop cases, toys, etc). Most of the wall art in our house is done by him so you can also get his designs on canvas.



T-shirt – H&M; Pants – ZARA; Bag – Beaucoupzero; Shoes – Converse; Bracelets – Swarovski; Ring – Swarovski; Sunglasses – Woodworks 

I did change my sunglasses for the second outfit, as I always have a pair of spare sunglasses in D‘s car. For work I wore my Gucci shades and in the afternoon I changed them with my WoodWorks pair I got from Innsbruck last year. Overall it took me about two minutes to go from a polished look to a more casual look appropriate for a lazy afternoon.

We stumbled upon a sushi place at some point and we decided to have lunch…late lunch actually and since it was late we only ate a cheese-plate (guess I was in charge of the menu). The place is called AI and it’s very chill and the cheese plate was great.

That kind of afternoon is actually like a unicorn for us as we rarely ever get an afternoon-off. We usually either work or run errands, but I am so glad we managed to squeeze a few relaxing hours into our schedule and that the weather was lovely. We had a great time as usual.


P.S.: Since most of the stuff I’m wearing is older than a season and I couldn’t find the pieces online, I linked some similar stuff.