In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: Where ketchup chips are about to make it stateside
This breakfasts around the world video made me hungry. I would totally, absolutely chow down some major pho for breakfast and be happy with it.
I have only just recently learned that there are these microfiber hair towels that can dry your hair a lot quicker than regular ones!? O_o .. Does anyone have any experience with them? Thoughts?
I have been watching States of Undress is a fantastic series by Hailey Gates who goes around the world to learn about the history of fashion and dress in Pakistan, China, etc. It is both sad and enlightening.
If you want a REALLY good beauty and skincare book that is no nonsense, try this one – Pretty Honest.
Does anyone remember Serial Joe? They’re Canadian and I remember just loving this song of theirs…
I don’t own a hairdryer, but this ROTATING HAIRDRYER would be the first one I buy so that I could create long, beachy, gorgeous waves. I could never ever master the coordination of drying my hair and rotating a brush at the same time.
This Starbuck’s barista’s doodles are epic. And he’s CANADIAN!.. and this father’s Post-Its to his children are beyond hilarious.
Love this strappy, chunky-heeled sandal. It looks pretty darn good for its price.
I know at least a few of you Americans who love ketchup-flavoured chips which are only sold in Canada, so you may find this news heartening.
Love leather leggings but can’t go full hog (haha get it?).. try these slimming moto workout leggings with a few leather panels instead.
Your top 3 favourite luxury brands on social media are Chanel, Louis Vuitton & Christian Siriano. I do admit to following Christian on IG @csiriano because of his inclusion of all types of body types, and he is a HUSTLER. That man knows how to make a beautiful dress, works like a demon (it is clear by his IG) and is one of my all-time favourite contestants on Project Runway.
Still eying this lace-trimmed faux leather tote for under $50. Comes in black, navy blue and ivory.
How much do you give at a wedding? I was told at least $100/head and more if you are closer to the bride/groom. I have however, heard of people giving $0. I am not sure how I feel about that, as they show up and eat the food & enjoy the festivities which sometimes puts the couple into debt.