Shredding the POW POW in Aspen

As most of you know from my  IG (@foxdenblog), Mr. Fox and I recently went to Aspen, CO on vacation.  My husband has been skiing there for nearly 20 years.  I have been once before a couple of years ago. We both love it. The skiing is great with 4 mountains of varying levels within 20 mins of each other to choose from. The public transportation around to the slopes is efficient and easy. The mood of the town is very laid-back and relaxed, but at the same time Aspen offers top of the line shopping, accommodations, and food. It's really everything you could want.  There is also a direct flight from Atlanta, which makes it a no brainer choice for me. I hate wasting time in airports when I could be at my destination. Plus, winter weather can wreak havoc on your flights.  It's better if you don't have to worry about connections. 

Our weather was perfection. Mid 30's with lots of sunshine. It was actually colder in Alabama during our tip than in Colorado. I didn't hate missing that! Cold is great if there is snow! 

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We stayed at a hotel called Limelight. I would highly recommend it! The location is centrally located to shops, dining, and Aspen mountain. The staff was eager to help us, they would take us in the hotel car anywhere (including different slopes to ski), and they will hold your ski equipment.  They basically shuttled us anywhere we wanted to go! Limelight has a great bar scene for Apres Ski or to grab a late afternoon pizza. {Or in Mr. Fox's case, grab a drink while you wait on your wife.} Our room was spacious and had a fireplace. This was the view from our balcony.  not bad at all.   

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I give the Limelight a 10/10 for accommodations. 

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We went snowmobiling on our first day.  I am obsessed.  Our hotel arranged for us to go at the T-Lazy-7 Ranch.  This was my favorite part of our trip. We were able to see the Maroon Bells and ride through the White River National Forest plus other stunning views that you can only see from their ranch. If you're going to Aspen,  I could not recommend this more!

The Maroon Bells

The Maroon Bells

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Of course I wanted to drive AND have my OWN snowmobile.  

Our guide happened to be from Montgomery. Small world. 

Our guide happened to be from Montgomery. Small world. 

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The only thing slowing me down on our tour was the chick who had a fresh pair of boobs. Come on! Of course the bouncing hurts! meh. thankfully, she turned around and went back to the ranch. That may be her there in the background. ha. 

ZOOM ZOOM!

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Our first lunch stop is always Ajax. Great spot at the base of Aspen (or Ajax) mountain.  The truffle fries are a must. You can sit and watch all the skiers/ snowboarders come down the mountain and marvel at how they all manage to stop before colliding with concrete and diners. If you've been, you know how small the landing area is. gives me anxiety. 

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Then it was off to the slopes! 

We skied Aspen the first day and I had a few spills. One near death experience. I have only skied twice in my adult life- this trip being my second. Although I love Mr.F for believing in my athletic ability to shred pow with the most elite, I could've done without my life flashing before my eyes with in my first 20 minutes.  It was all caught on the GoPro. The video is just so laced with profanity that I'm not sure it should be viewed by the public. :)  But, I figured it out, stayed as far away from that scary cliff as I could, and I had a BLAST! 

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I would arrange photo-ops whenever I needed a break.   For sure, it was the longest Mr.Fox has ever spent trying to ski down a mountain.  

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The second day we skied Aspen Highlands, which is about a 5min car ride from Limelight.  I like Aspen Highlands bc the slopes are much wider and I get crowd anxiety. I like a lot of room to correct myself when I start skiing too fast.

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But, the best part about Aspen Highlands is Cloud Nine Bistro at the top.  That place is awesome. The views are incredible and the food is fantastic.

{insider tip: the 2:00 seating is when things get wild.}

 

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At the base of Aspen Highlands there is a Ritz with and incredible slope side heated pool. 

Then there is Snowmass and Buttermilk. We didn't go there this trip.

 

The food in Aspen is mouth-watering delicious. 

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The first picture is of a friend chicken sandwich from The White House, which was so great that we went to eat there twice. It was phenomenal. Thank my lucky starts I don't have that as an option to eat everyday. Hello. calories.  Ajax and Cloud Nine are places you must try.  

The most adventurous meal came from Nobu or Matsuhisa.  I will pretty much try anything.  We ordered Uni (Sea Urchin) along with some other fabulous sushi. The texture of the Uni was bizarre, but the flavor was sort of sweet. 

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Then we ordered the most epic of all snow cones. 

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This mountain of heaven was fluffy shaved iced over a scoop of vanilla ice cream and fresh fruit topped with mango and strawberry purree. And if that's not tasty enough, it's drizzled with condensed milk! holy yum. I'm gonna need bigger sweaters.  They used a shaved ice machine that made the ice so incredibly fine and fluffy. This is what they use in their kitchen. Get you one. :) Let me know when you do. I'm coming over. 

 

If you are looking for something a little different than the spots I mentioned, I did see an ad for this in Aspen's dining guide magazine. 

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The world's changing, I tell ya. People are eating cactus. 

There are a lot of trendy bars and night-scene hot spots, but I don't really care about going to nightclubs these days. Plus, my whole body hurt.

 

For the fashionistas and snow bunnies, here are some of the things I wore.

My coat was by far one of my best purchases for the trip. Down coats can be bulky, this one provides all the warmth, but without the massive Michelin man look. The belt helps keep the shape flattering. I also love the color and that oversized shawl hood.  I made the mistake last time we went skiing of wearing a bazillion layers to go out at night. It was fine when we were walking, then I would be sweating bullets the second we entered a building. This year I wore normal winter clothes under my down jacket and I was perfect inside and out. 

Add Down Coat - Similar here 

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I love this color block fur infinity scarf by Jocelyn.(worn above) A perfect trio of neutrals. 

My tall wedge boots were fine walking the streets at night. I just made sure to take a pair with a rubber sole. 

I also wore these Sorel boots and I love them! Sorel nails it with their winter footwear.  These are super warm and water proof. They run slightly small. I usually wear a 6.5 and the 7 was perfect. 

Sorel Tofina Organza Boot 

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Sorel has so many great styles right now. I love these for a slip-on option. 

Glacy Slip On

My grandmother's fur from Henig Furs was perfect.  

I hate telling you bad news, but this awesome leopard scarf is no longer on Zara's website. Possibly still in stores?? fingers crossed. Things are always selling out before I have time to blog about them. Bummer.  It's too good not to share.

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My black ski jacket is one I purchased a couple of years ago from The North Face. This year I purchased these soft shell white pants and loved them! The short inseam fit me (5'2) perfectly. I highly recommend them.  They have a flattering, not so bulky fit that is hard to come by in ski pants.  Bonus, they're only $160. 

 

This Smart Wool long underwear pants and top were perfect. Light-weight and warm. 

That about wraps it up!

Are you headed for snow bunny adventures this winter? Where is your favorite place to ski?

 

Xo, e

Tomato-Basil Crab Bisque

It's been soup week at our house.  Here's another super easy recipe worth trying out. 

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Tomato-Basil Crab Bisque

Ingredients:

  • 1 TBLspoon butter
  • 1/2 chopped onion
  • 1 can tomato soup
  • 3 cloves freshly pressed garlic
  • 1 cup half and half
  • 1/2 organic chicken broth
  • 1 cup coarsely chopped cooked crab meat
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon fresh ground pepper
  • Fresh basil leaves as garnish
  • optional parmesan cheese as garnish

Directions:

  1. Melt butter in medium saucepan over med-high heat. Add onion; cook 3 minutes or until tender. Add garlic around the last minute. 
  2. Add tomato soup, half and half, crab meat, broth, salt, and pepper. Bring just to a boil; reduce heat to low. Cover tightly and simmer 5 minutes. Sprinkle with Basil and cheese before serving. 

{serves  about 4}

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Delicious! 

Xo, e

Holiday Hangover

I have one. Big time.  

It sort of makes me feel like this...

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Poor Mr. Hudson. That Santa has you in a headlock and doesn't look happy to see you either. 

We had a fabulous holiday and spent most of the month of December doing what we do best. EATING.PLAYING.SLEEPING. #lifeisgood

Cornbread, peas, butter beans, fried okra, and fried chicken fingers - does it sound more sophisticated if I say "al fresco"?? southern born. southern fed.

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We (well, I mostly supervised/micromanaged) spruced up the yard. They looked great for about 2 weeks.  

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Now, everything is looking rather worn by life. 

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purple reigns. 

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camellia stunner. 

Trying to break the adorable scale. 

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LOOK AWAY if you have a weak stomach.  You've been warned. 

Jokes. That was just a cookie for santa fail. Although the tops do look promising. 

This is the real image you've be warned to skip past. 

 Drop went the log. Smash goes my foot.  Pyro problems.  

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working on our selfie game. and our entomological knowledge. 

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Speaking of  insects, this bug paper from the Paper Source has me wishing for an infestation. 

The gift that keeps on giving. I should really have a pot of this simmering all year round. Smells divine. Has way less harmful side effects than cooking cookies, which also smells divine.  Thank you , C!

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Have you discovered yet that I make jewelry?! This is one of my favorite necklaces.  Fossilized coral with a horn pendant.  Perfectly neutral.  Now You can browse some of my designs right here On the blog.  Check it out. 

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Or check out the cutest farmer you ever did see. Santa knew the big green tractor would be a winner.   What? You thought with that long hair he wouldn't be in to "boy" things? Wrong, my friends. dead wrong.  

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Yes he does.

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cars. trains. trucks.  guaranteed H has one (or all) on him at all times. 

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Chillaxin'

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I watched NYE fireworks from my bed this year. It was pretty fantastic. 

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My favorite gift this Christmas has to be this fur. It was my grandmother's and my cousin so sweetly passed it on to me.  I'll cherish it forever.  Dot, you were one stylish lady! 

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My dining room has a bird theme at Christmas. I love it. 

My emroderied runner. 

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In Alabama, we grow pheasants bigger than trees. 

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I usually leave the cards up until Valentine's.  Love being greeted by precious friends' faces. 

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This fresh boxwood wreath from Home Depot proved to be a real winner.  It's still up and still green.

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This wreath was a gift and is gorgeous.  From LL Bean of all places! Who knew? Remembering that for next year. 

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There's no way you have seen enough pictures of people's trees. My parents' tree is the most fabulous monster. They had to saw it in half to get it out of the house.  truth. 

And this is how you wrap a large stuffed dog.

found this mint green tree this year.  good luck, I tell ya. 

pretty little spot.

this view is good for the soul. 

style twins. 

If that doesn't look cozy, I don't know what does.  He's never in a rush to get out of bed in the mornings. I don't blame him at all. 

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Another gift to us that is so unique and fabulous is this clock from National Geographic  It uses your map address as the custom art on a tile.  A small compass rose indicates your chosen location. How great is that?! They do coasters too.  

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Little monkey. Loves to bathe his menagerie. 

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The Montgomery Zoo has a pretty great light exhibit at Christmas. They also have a train, which is all H is really interested in. 

No wonder my back hurts. He's basically full grown human. 

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But still toss-able.

heated pool for the win! 

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l left my child unattended for the first time ever to shower. I know. I can't believe it either. He was exactly where I left him. Who ever created Little Baby Bum long nursery rhyme compilation is a true believer in mom's staying clean.

love him so enormously. 

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cat haters, hide your eyes. 

Montgomery Capitol building dazzles. 

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Rosemary beach dazzles. 

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Our fire dazzles.

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Always looking for "ki ki"! What cat doesn't like trees in the house?

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Thankfully, H isn't interested in our ornaments in a threatening way.  He does love to name everything on the tree bc our tree has more animals than a zoo.  You can't blame him. 

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Two years ago we had this elf on a shelf.  I could just cry. It goes by too quickly. 

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Hope your holiday hangover isn't causing too much pain. 

Xo, e

Shrimp Bisque + Apple and Pear Vinaigrette Dressing

Soup is my favorite.  I really like this easy shrimp bisque recipe. I served it with a salad. Not necessarily a perfect flavor pairing, but I just fix what I like. :) 

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Shrimp Bisque

Ingredients:

  • 1lb medium shrimp, peeled and deveined
  • 1/2 cup chopped celery
  • 1/2 cup chopped carrot
  • 1/2 cup chopped onion
  • 2 TBLspoons butter
  • 2 (14oz each) cans organic chicken broth
  • 1 (14 1/2 oz) can Stewed tomatoes, undrained
  • 1/4 teaspoon dried thyme
  • 1 cup half and half

Directions:

  1. Cut shrimp into small pieces; set aside.  In a large saucepan, cook onion, celery, and carrot in butter until onion is tender.
  2. Add shrimp; cook 1 min.  Add broth, tomatoes, and thyme; simmer 10 mins.  Ladle 1/3 of soup into blender or food processor. 
  3. Cover and blend until soup. Repeat with remaining soup. (if you have a vitamin, this can be down in larger amounts and faster) Return to saucepan. 
  4. Add half and half. Heat through. DO NOT BOIL.  I like to garnish with parmesan and parsley. 
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Apple and Pear Vinaigrette

Ingredients:

  • 4 TBLspoons olive oil
  • 2 TBLspoons red wine vinegar
  • 1 1/2 TBLspoons maple syrup
  • juice from a lemon
  • 1 red apple, cored
  • 1 pear, cored
  • 1/2 teaspoon dijon mustard

Directions:

  1. Put all ingredients in Vitamix and blend away! 

 

My goal is to use less bottled dressing this year.  This recipe was delicious.  Since it's pink, you should use it for your Valentine (if you don't demand someone else cook for you on Valentine's)

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I prepared a romaine salad with blueberries, pear, honey goat cheese (the best), and a side of bacon. The salt of the bacon is a nice contrast to the sweetness of the fruit. 

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And there you have it! 

Hope everyone had a fabulous holiday season! 

Xo, e

There will be jellies.

Starting to decorate for Christmas.  We picked out our tree.  I finally put halloween in the attic and Christmas cards are starting to arrive.  But, this is my first time decking the halls with a toddler. It might take me the whole month to get it all done.  We had a melt down over these tiny bottle bush trees.  Life is hard when you are told you can't whack the dog with the holiday decor. 

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Potted Christmas trees replace the ferns. 

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I ate my weight in casseroles, soufflés, and turkey over Thanksgiving.  Made three dishes this year in efforts to learn my mom's traditional dishes. They were pretty good, if I do say so myself! I'm working on perfecting my mushroom soufflé to share the recipe with y'all.  The flavor was mouth.watering.delicous. but it came out a little soupy.  I secretly didn't want my efforts to be too unforgettable because I don't want any body (Im talking to you mom) getting crazy ideas about me taking over  as head Thanksgiving chef.   Stay tuned.  

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After a full day of fun, food, and cousins, we headed to the beach.  Happy and Pepper tagged along. 

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Couldn't get enough of Huddy in his peeking bambi sweater and sweater leggings.  

*update: 30% off all orders over $200 + free shipping at Oeuf right now* 

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This is my favorite bottled marinade/dipping sauce for pork tenderloin.  You should try it.   The steam bag quinoa and spinach isn't half bad either. 

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Our beach house interiors have been slow to come together, but soon enough we will be surrounded by beauties like these.  Can't wait.  

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This would look so great paired with brown boots and denim. 

Prairie Check Coat = $89

I'm starting to gravitate towards any clothing that looks like a giant blanket.   Saw this in a store and it's divine. Can take you from daytime chic to couch. 

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My memory is terrible.  I take a zillion pictures so that I always remember where I've been and what I've done.  Many times, my pictures remind me of exactly how I was feeling in the moment.  I love revisiting my travel adventures the most.  I'm happiest when I'm out seeing the world.  I started to keep a travel journal, but that got tedious.  

So, what was I doing in November of 2011?? Glad you asked! Let's take a peek inside my travel diary, picture book style.  

I was driving the PCH 1 with Mr. Fox and feeling like this...

Edge of the country excitement right there!

We stayed here (Post Ranch Inn)

So we could watch the sunset from here

But one could also sleep here

and still be able to eat breakfast here

then go for a mid day swim here

or an afternoon hike here

make sure to look out for this guy

Then you could drive a little further and enjoy a delicious meal at Nepenthe. 

until you are comatose like this

No time to sleep though because exciting adventures are just up the road!

There will be seals

There will be jellies

You'll see copper bars

Beauty every where you look

When your husband could care less about golf, you only have to eat lunch here 

then you get to move on to more exciting things like RODENTS and BIRDS.  oh joy.

say hello to my little friends

If you love me, you'll feed it in your lap.

He loves me. 

Awesomely terrified. Gimme dat peanut. 

I can't for the life of me remember why in the hells bells I picked that giant sperm thing up and started whipping it around. what is that?!!!

Hope your Thanksgiving was divine.

Go whip some thing strange, around yo head. (said in Ghost Busters Theme song style)

Xo, e

What I'm Wearing - Part 2

Wanted to do a quick post on some more of my favorite outfits and accessories so you can be on the look-out during your holiday shopping. I think it always helps to see things on a "real" person and not just models.  Many are on sale right now and I bet others will be during the holiday sales.  Gotta get 'em before they sell out in the mad Black Friday rush!

First up is this geometric pattern scarf. I love the weight, pattern, and color. Perfect addition to jazz up many of my solid color sweaters.  

Geo Diamond Scarf - 30% off with code HOLIDAY

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Paired with my favorite Cashmere sweater from J.Crew. On sale still. Wearing 'light peri'

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I adore the earrings that I'm wearing above. I snagged them on sale from Anthropologie. They have so many great earrings right now.  

Northern Isle Drops - earrings from Anthropologie

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These earrings are a perfect size and color. Will go with everything in your closet. 

Windswept Drops - $48

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I know I'll be wearing this swing sweater all winter long. Perfect to hide my "sweater weight" I tend to put on during the cold months. Hey, a gal needs to stay warm! :) Comes in several colors; I'm wearing 'neutral'.

Cabled Boucle Pullover - $128

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Love the side button detail

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Yes, my hair is looking a hot mess. 

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I know I already told you, but you MUST buy the Turner pant from J.Crew. It's ON SALE NOW and I know sizes and colors will sell out fast.  {The run a little large. I'm wearing the OOP in Navy}

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{Top, Tucker, recently purchased from Gilt.com and shoes are old Nicholas Kirkwood}

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OBSESSED with the Fada Fleece Jacket from Anthropologie.  This is the most fantastic coat.  Looks great belted or hanging loosely open. It has a button closure.  A soft oatmeal color on the outside and cream on the inside. You will LIVE in this.  Looks cute with leggings, denim, vest layered on top, you name it.  LOVE. Comes in black and grey too.

Fada Fleece Jacket - $128

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Hope you snag some great, stylish Black Friday deals!

Off to cook and to add a little extra Sweater Weight!!

Happy Thanksgiving to all! 

Xo, e

Diva's Bomb Onion and Spinach Dip

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I love dip. This one is super addictive. Would be a great app to bring to holiday gatherings. Your friends and family will thank you. 

Diva's Bomb Onion and Spinach Dip

Ingredients:

  • 8oz light cream cheese
  • 1 cup light mayo
  • 1 1/2 cups freshly grated cheese (I like Gouda)
  • 1 large Vidalia Onion finely chopped (about 1 cup. more or less to taste)
  • 1 tablespoon  ground pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper  - plus one more dash :)
  • 1 package frozen spinach thawed and water squeezed out

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven 350 degrees
  2. Spray a 10" square baking dish (or one similar) with Pam
  3. In large bowl, mix all ingredients except about 1/2 cup of grated cheese
  4. Smooth mixture out in dish. Sprinkle cheese evenly on top.
  5. Bake for about 50 minutes until golden brown and bubbly. 

Best served immediately.  Serve with pita chips, pretzel thins, carrots sticks. etc.  Y'all know I like recipes that can't be messed up, and this one is no exception! Hope you try it! 

 

We've been continuing to enjoy the fall weather at the beach.  

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Since Huddy doesn't wake until around 10am, Oscar and I enjoy some beach time by ourselves. Good for the soul. Yes, those are fox soxs.

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Look at this Funyons/potato stick looking beach debris

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Mr. Hudson is 2 going on 22

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He's a perfect lunch date.

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How cute is this Herschel Supply Co backpack?! 

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Mr. Hudson's vest, gingham shirt, and this lion t-shirt are all from Fitz & Emme in Rosemary Beach.

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Sting rays moving along the coast. 

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Last week, a contractor was renting the house next door. He built this bomb sand pyramid.  The beach looks so empty since the rain washed it away. 

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Have a dashing weekend.

Xo, e

What I'm Wearing

 

Did you know that no penguins live at the North Pole?? I feel like it's super confusing to always see Santa and Rudolph pictured with penguins. Maybe they were vacationing at the South Pole?  Maybe penguins get presents from Santa too? Maybe I'm the only one that's thought about this? Probably the latter. 

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I love an animal sweater.  

Penguin Sweater from Target is a winner. Bought it in a large so it would be roomy. 

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Chinese Laundry Bootie

{Huddy sweater by E-Land}

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J. Crew is having 30% select winter style right now and many items on sale just so happen to be things I have been wearing constantly.  Use discount SHOPNOW

I love the Majesty Peacoat. It fits me perfectly, it is great quality that will last more than one season, and it is toasty. I love a coat that looks slim, but really does it's job and keeps you warm. I have several colors. Navy and bone are the colors I wear the most, but I adore this turquoise one.

Bone color is extra on sale at $194.60. Great Deal for a coat you will have many seasons. 

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{ASOS felt halt on sale $31.27}

My peacoat in action with my gorgeous Goddaughter.  

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The pink High-Low  Crewneck Sweater is on sale for a steal at $48.65!! 

{I'm wearing the color Heather Sorbet.  Much brighter in person.}

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 Not included in the current sale, but so good that you should buy it anyway, is the Turner Pant. This pant looks great on every body type. 

The Turner Pant is so versatile, universally flattering, and can work with many looks.  My friend, K, models her favorite looks below.  

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// Plaid shirt // Snood // Rag and Bone Harrow Booties- knock off here // Schoolboy Blazer // Gigi New York Hayden Satchel // Clover Canyon Blazer Similar Here //

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Work, Casual, Cozy, Holiday Party...

this pant can really take you anywhere. 

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Sequin top old. Similar here // Jeffery Campbell Foxtrot sandal similar here // Sundry "Always Late" tee // Van's Metallic Slip ons in Bronze // Clare V fold over Clutch // 

Thank you K for all your fabulous styling!

The Turner pant seems to run a little large so you might want to consider sizing down.

Here are two ways I've worn the Turner Pant recently.  

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The cream, V-neck  Cashmere sweater I'm wearing above is also on sale right now for $131. 

I love the longer length of this sweater. They have changed the cut of this many times over the years. For me, it fits semi-tight through the arms and loose on the hips. 

It's a perfect basic and I purchase a few every season when they go on sale. 

Another J. Crew favorite  V-neck Cashmere sweater is included in sale

 Cashmere Boyfriend V-neck Sweater - $173.60 

{neon orange color seen below purchased last year}

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 Split back sweaters are a favorite of mine. I purchased this John and Jenn by LINE "Crimson Sweater" from revolve clothing.com, but it seems it has already sold out.  (Similar Here and below)

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I also love the classic cut of these Citizen Emannuelle Slim bootcut jeans.  They elongate my legs and have a high enough rise to prevent any awkward love-handle action. They do tend to loosen some with wear. Might consider sizing down (I did not).

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FOX DEN STYLE TIPS  *I  should note that I get almost ALL my pants hemmed.  I have had some questions about length for jeans. For reference, I am 5'2. I get all the ankle length pants hemmed to an inseam length of  27-28".   My full length pants hemmed to an inseam of 31-32".  Anthropologie does offer this jean in a petite.* 

 

Here are some similar sweaters to the one above:

C and C California Sweater $34.30

 

As predicted, this Zara sweater has become one I find myself constantly reaching for. If you haven't purchased something from my recommendations by now from Zara, then I am not sure if your fashion soul can be saved.  They are having sales starting Thanksgiving day.  Do it. :) 

{jeans are AG  Stilt Cigarette cords purchased last season}

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Are all you fashionDIVAS ready for Black Friday? You better start increasing your cardio work out to prepare.  

Xo, e