I’m a huge fan of what I like to call “bubbles”, i.e.- boba for the more technical people out there. It’s like a game to try and sip all of the bubbles through the straw as quick as I can, which could be a pretty dangerous game with this particular bubbly spiked dirty chai latte recipe, but then again, you can’t go too wrong with this deliciousness.
We brought Robin in to share her twist on this classic drink for a perfectly creepy (hello, coffee ice cube skulls), yet perfectly tasty Fall cocktail. Of course, you can always skip the liquor and whip this up for your next morning coffee, though it may may the ice skulls a little more questionable. But hey, it takes a village, you know?!…
Not that I’ve ever written a behind the scenes lately post that didn’t start out with an explanation of how crazy things have been, but after a last-minute, whirlwind trip New York last week, and a weekend filled with the catching up, cold medicine, and prepping to go out of town again next week, it’s seriously been a doozy. See what I mean? Even my sentences are trying to run away from me.
We have a big video shoot going on today, which I’m equal parts terrified and excited for. It’s been a lot of coordinating details, but I love the satisfaction of having cool videos when the project is over. I have sort of been keeping up with Snapchat (and have found it kind of fun!), so be sure to follow along there for some down and dirty (okay, maybe dirty isn’t a good adjective for Snapchat) behind the scenes action too!
This weekend is my brother’s birthday, so we’re going to be taking a little break to celebrate him, and then we’re off to Boston next week for a fun chocolatier adventure with Lindt chocolates (we’re going to be working with them for all of 2016!), and for the Wayfair Conference I’ll be speaking at next Friday. If you’re hoping to snag a last minute ticket, I’ll be giving away a pair to a lucky follower over on Instagram today, so keep an eye out!
In the meantime, here are some scenes from last week…
photos by Ling Wang
If a colorful wardrobe is something you pride yourself on, then this Halloween costume idea will be easy breezy for you to recreate! Plus, if you were even remotely in touch with your friends from art school, you’d know that it doesn’t get much more hipster for Halloween than a DIY pantone color combo couples costume (try and say that three times really quick!).
This also has to be one of my favorite costume ideas that we came up with, and the beauty of it is you still have cute outfits to wear around when the season is over, because the Pantone labels are removable (winning!)…