From high fashion to high street, the white sneaker is popping up everywhere. When it comes to versatility, white sneakers are the “be all, end all” and those who are in-the-know have completely embraced the style, comfort and practicality of this fashion trend. They’ve won me over, too: White sneakers have become one of my all-time favorite wardrobe staples. They have had such a style comeback over the past year, and it’s now acceptable to wear them pretty much everywhere and with every type of clothing. From maxi dresses to mini dresses and from skirts to culottes, they literally work with everything.
As a matter of fact, I was talking tennis shoe lingo with a darling sales associate who was helping me at a boutique in Santa Monica. She’s getting married this summer and was telling me all about her Carolina Herrera wedding dress. She even showed me a photo of her at her dress fitting. Guess what kind of shoes she bought to wear under her gown to dance in? A pair of white rhinestone Golden Goose sneakers! OMG! She won me over with that comment. The right white pair of sneakers can truly be the perfect fit for any occasion, and even a breath of fresh air.
This season we have many stylish options, from minimalist styles to playful embellishment. I’ve seen everything from metallic details, pearls, embroidery and appliques adorning white sneakers. I’ve also seen many pairs of solid white sneakers with just a simple, subtle logo. There are plenty of price points and styles available right now, from budget-friendly to those that break-the-bank. One thing I know for sure is that if you haven’t purchased an “on trend” pair of white sneaks yet, you should take the plunge. I can guarantee you’ll be glad you did!
Spring has sprung. May is around the corner. The weather is getting a little warmer and flowers are blooming everywhere which means……Mother’s Day and Graduation will be here before you know it. My Lemonade To Lace “Top Ten” gift guide will make your search for the perfect “Mom” and “Grad” gifts an absolute breeze, so here goes……
FOR THE MOMS:
CUSTOM IPHONE CASES For the Mom Who Has A Gift Of Gab
2018 is proving to be an adventurous year in the food industry. I’ve been sipping and snacking my way through LA, so I thought I’d compile a list of what’s currently trending! There’s so much going on, from a new water revolution to now-functional mushrooms. Not to mention, souping is the new juicing, and avocado isn’t toast yet – which is a huge “hooray” for me since I’m a major avocado lover. Here are ten food trends to try in 2018:
The Trend: Plant-Based foods Fresh produce is the star of 2018, especially with the popularity of plant-based diets and veggie-centric main courses and side dishes. Bright and bold natural colors are “rocking” in the food world. Think about what the produce section of your grocery store looks like: Colorful, to say the least. Using the entire vegetable, or root-to-stem eating, is the new way to go, because it reduces the food waste that is so common at home and in restaurants. If your goal is to cut back on meat, plant proteins like lentils, black beans and quinoa will take the place of meat proteins in everyday cooking. #MeatlessMonday, anyone?
The Trend: Coffee Elixir If coffee is the first thing that comes to your mind when you wake up, then we have something in common. Now, it’s time to up the ante: Superfoods are not just for your morning smoothies anymore. Revamp your morning cup of coffee by adding protein, maca, mushroom powders and other superfoods that are nutritious and delicious. Imagine actually getting health benefits out of a cup of coffee rather than just a caffeine fix. It’s a win-win!
The Trend: Air Frying Also all the rage? Air fryers. Unlike a deep-fryer that uses vegetable or canola oil, air fryers circulate hot air around the food and perfectly crisp the food in a much healthier way. It may sound too good to be true, but there’s absolutely no downside. From french fries to chicken wings, recipes for air frying are popping up more and more.
The Trend: Fizzy H2O Say cheers to the other kind of bubbly. Drinking a can of flavored fizzy water is more popular than ever and has captured the hearts of millenials and moms alike. Some people I know are so hooked on La Croix flavored sparkling water that when they go to Whole Foods, they buy every case of the lime flavor that they can get their hands on. The bubbly waters make you feel like you’re drinking a soda, minus the added sugar and additives. If you love LaCroix, you’ll also enjoy Spindrift and Perrier.
The Trend: Souping Over Juicing Move over, green juice. Drinkable soups are the hot new thing: Hearty, tasty, filling and convenient. Pureed soups are packed with vitamins and nutrients, making them a delicious swap for juices. Like juicing, souping gives your digestive system a rest, but it’s unlikely to lead to the energy crashes, headaches and weight gain rebound that sugary juices have been known for. Using bone broth as the base to your soup will give you many anti-inflammatory benefits as well.
The Trend: Ghee is the Better Butter Substitute If you’re not familiar with Ghee yet, be prepared to see it everywhere this year. Ghee is clarified butter, which is produced by heating butter and removing the milk solids and water. Ghee is a healthy fat and has been used for years in Ayurvedic healing practices. Ghee has a rich, nutty flavor and can be used in place of just about any other cooking oil or fat in recipes. It is the perfect substitute for butter if you have a milk allergy or are lactose intolerant.
The Trend: Donuts With Exotic Fillings 2018 is the year of creative fillings for donuts, not only in your neighborhood donut shop, but also in the fine dining world. Everyone still wants to splurge every now and then and when they do, donuts with fun and interesting flavor combinations are hard to beat. Fillings such as pineapple with basil cream, meyer lemon curd, mojito and mint leaf, lavender and berry with goat cheese are all the rage. Definitely different from your classic glazed donut!
The Trend: Functional Mushrooms Who would have thought that mushrooms and fungi would be the next big thing? Mushroom fans claim that they can cure everything from high blood sugar to arthritis. Medicinal mushroom powders are popping up in bottled drinks and can be added to coffees, smoothies and teas. When I went to check out the Four Sigmatic mushroom shop in Venice, CA, I got a brief education on mushrooms’ many health benefits. There’s even an e-learning course called Mushroom Academy where you can learn all about the benefits of medicinal mushrooms. The best part is, the course is absolutely free.
The Trend: Floral Flavors and Edible Flowers In addition to being used as beautiful decorative touches, more and more edible flowers are being sourced for their specific flavors. Think lavender lattes and rose flavored everything, from drinks to desserts. Flowers like lavender, violet and hibiscus are moving from fancy restaurant plates to grocery store shelves, so keep an eye out the next time you’re baking or hosting a tea.
The Trend: Overall Well-Being Through Food The saying “you are what you eat” has never been more true. The emphasis of body and mind connections are influencing new food and beverage introductions in 2018. Healing the “gut” and curing what ails you through ayurvedic cooking has become increasingly popular. If you’re interested in learning more, www.countertopfoods.com is all about cooking with spices medicinally. Their products “help make the food you already love into food that your body will love you for.” More on this in another post.
In 2018 and in the trending food world, you’ll also notice a few other things. Dumplings still dominate. Meatballs are on a roll and tacos are here to stay. Only this time, look for breakfast tacos, dessert tacos and even sushi tacos. Yum! This year’s pizza trend will be square shaped pizzas. Grocery delivery (www.milkandeggs.com) and meal kit delivery services like (www.blueapron.com) will only get bigger. Of course, a few things will stay the same: I can promise you that mocktails will never replace cocktails.
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Let’s get one thing straight: There’s nothing wrong with being basic! I’m the first to admit that I love statement pieces and trendy items, but in reality, I know that simple basics are the building blocks of any stylish, versatile wardrobe. By simple basics, I mean the perfect jeans and crisp white tee that make every wardrobe complete. Other basics in my closet include neutral camisoles, black slacks, sweaters and black leggings. They are the easy, wearable pieces in my closet that I know will be in style forever.
These pieces tend to be my first go-to items when trying to put an ensemble together – they look sleek on their own, but you’ll thank yourself for stocking up when you go to style Miu Miu’s latest ballet flats or a bold statement coat. These basics make wearing statement pieces a breeze!
Over the years, I’ve noticed that the basic pieces I wear most are those that are transitional and easy to pack for travel. Layering pieces are essential, so I like to keep certain colors and fabrics in mind when shopping for my basics. It’s common to have days here in LA where the temperature fluctuates 20 degrees, so I rarely leave home without a sweater, a wrap or a jacket.
Keep reading to explore some tried-and-true basics that are my wardrobe staples, along with a list of stores where you’ll be able to score these ‘must have’ pieces for your own capsule wardrobe.
JEANS The trend du juor in the denim world is, well, not exactly a trend – look for perfect jeans that fit well, are cut cleanly and most of all, flatter your body type. You will LIVE in them. Skinny jeans are still in the forefront and among the most popular because of their flattering fit. Slim, polished and classic, a dark wash denim is perfect for day or night. They are practical and versatile and will be your go-to style for every season. With the addition of raw hems, frayed hems and step cut hems, denim fatigue is currently a non-issue. Big yay! For the past ‘I don’t know how many years’, it’s been the same ol’ same ol’ in the denim world. Every pair looked exactly the same and there was no reason to buy anything new. That was until now, and I have found it fun getting to purchase these interesting new styles and add them to my denim collection. I rarely get rid of jeans, because unique styles tend to come back around!
WHITE TEE The great thing about a white tee is that it won’t go in-and-out-of-style in the blink of an eye. It’s about as basic as you can get when it comes to clothing. It is that one item that you can mix and match, layer and travel with and enjoy wearing season after season. The key here is whether to splurge or spend. I’ve had bad luck over the years with a few well-known brands who have brick and mortar stores in my neighborhood and in shopping malls across America. Their tees come in all different styles (crew neck, v-neck and scoop neck) but friends, the quality is just not there and they’re not exactly cheap. Several years ago while visiting New York City, I ventured into a Uniqlo store on 5th Ave. It’s a flagship store and happened to be packed with people and loaded with merchandise. Everything they offer is basic, but well made. There is nothing at all exciting about their merchandise other than the quality, easy laundering and good prices. But it turns out, that’s actually pretty exciting! I have so many white tees from them (and black tees too). If you need to update the white tees in your wardrobe, then Uniqlo items are a win-win deal.
*By the way, I love their ribbed cotton camisoles with lace straps. I’m always layering these basics with jackets or sweaters. In addition, I think theirairism hoodiesare the best and so easy to pack for travel.
The other brand that I’ve seen splashed across the internet is Everlane. I’ve never tried their white tees, but they’ve gotten rave reviews on their high quality, affordable and sustainable pieces. This company prides itself on simple, basic pieces. Their items are classic, not trendy, and can only be ordered online. Plus, they’re worn and loved by Meghan Markle – what more testimony does one need?
Petit-bateau is another t-shirt brand that uses high quality cotton, launders well and can be ordered online if you can’t find it in department stores.
CAMISOLES As I mentioned above, Uniqlo is one of the best spots to find any key basics at below market prices. They’re just the best at what they do! They are currently sold out of my favorite lace trimmed cotton ribbed camisole and I hate to even tell you how cheap I got it for. I bought multiples and have so many of them that I wear them all the time. I found the exact same one online at Nordstrom, but it’s just not as good of a deal. This style looks great paired with any jacket and can be worn layered all year long. I happen to love the lace detail that adds just a little bit of oomph to what would ordinarily be just another basic piece. Another great cami / tank to take a look at is this one by J.Crew.
I think it’s a great look at a reasonable price, and the neutral colors are easy to wear with just about anything.
BLACK PANTS Every woman and every closet needs at least one pair of black pants. They are timeless, and a high quality pair can last for years. I prefer to shop at Theorywhen I’m in the market for a new pair. I know I can go into their store and come out with what I need. Their quality is good. Their price point is within reach and they have a great selection of different styles to choose from including skinny, flair, cropped and relaxed fits. Their different fits will take you from work to weekend and from day to night, which make this brand the perfect one-stop-shop for professionals of any sort.
SWEATERS For me, sweaters are the trickiest and most challenging item in my wardrobe. Why, you might ask? I’m allergic to wool, which poses a huge problem when shopping for sweaters. Most sweaters are made out of merino wool or cashmere and both of them irritate my skin. Yes, even cashmere gives me an itch! So, If I need to buy a sweater as a layering piece, I have to resort to cotton, which is generally more difficult to find. I’ve had the best luck buying cotton sweaters at both Uniqloand Zara.
The price point at both stores is incredibly reasonable and the quality is good. A solid color sweater will never be an exciting purchase, but I was able to find a Zara pullover that has a cute side slit so you can achieve a high-low effect. This detailing makes such a basic piece a bit more interesting. It’s lightweight, comes in many basic colors and is perfect for our weather here in LA. I actually just packed this sweater in two different colors for my trip to Houston last week. One was black (of course it was!) and the other was an oatmeal color. The great thing about this particular sweater is that because of the fabric, it hardly takes up any room in a suitcase.
BLACK LEGGINGS Black leggings are a wardrobe staple for me – you can find me in a pair several days a week. In fact, I think they’re a staple for all Angelenos! I not only wear them when I’m working out, but also when I’m running around doing errands or at home working at my computer. With our casual culture and athleisure so popular among women of all ages, the basic black legging is now considered one of those necessary items for any wardrobe. Lululemonstill has the most basic, high quality and no longer see-through black leggings. I am always guaranteed that their “wunder under” style will give me the support and hold me in where I need it to. Lululemon leggings are not cheap, but they are durable, launder well and last. In addition, they are flattering to the figure and in my opinion, worth the investment. There are many other brands out there with fun black legging styles like Alo, Sweaty Betty, Rese and Ultracor, but when it comes to a basic black legging with no design, stick with Lululemon.
Other brands you should check out when you need to add to or update the basics in your wardrobe are Aritzia (now in Westfield Century City Mall in LA), Topshop, Vince and IRO.
A funny quote I saw the other day goes like this: “I could give up shopping, but I’m not a quitter.”
So when the going gets tough, just remember, the tough go shopping!
Valentine’s Day is all about LOVE, which is why I think this holiday is so incredibly special. In a previous post, I shared on my blog that I collect heart shaped rocks – so it should be no surprise that a holiday with a heart theme would be one of my favorites.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, gift giving season is still in session. LOVE is in the air and It’s time to start brainstorming what you should do, what you should give and how you’re going to celebrate with that special someone.
Whether you’re trying to show your special guy or gal how much you love them, or if you’re single and just want to spoil yourself, I’ve rounded up some gift ideas for you to check out in all different price ranges for everyone on your growing LOVE list in 2018.
November and December seem to fly by every year, and this year was no different. You may think it’s a little late to be writing a post on my 2018 New Year’s Resolutions, but I actually think the timing is perfect. It’s not just “a whole new day” (said best by Oprah the night of the Golden Globes award show) but it’s a whole new year. And trust me: I know I’m late to this party, but I’ve decided to listen to Nike and… “Just Do It,” because it’s better late than never.
We went on a little vacation at the end of December and I have to say, even though we live in a pretty great vacation spot, it was really wonderful getting away. This trip was a ‘playcation’ with no work involved for my husband, which was especially nice. Initially, our plans were to be in Santa Barbara, but due to the fires and evacuations at the resort we were supposed to stay at, we came up with a Plan B.
We decided to go to Miraval, a health and fitness resort outside of Tucson, Arizona, and it was wonderful. It was kind of like being at an adult day camp with fitness classes and activities all day. There were also many different spa services in a beautiful setting that were out of this world. Being away from home and having quiet time to myself at this beautiful desert oasis gave me a chance to sit back and reflect on the challenges of 2017 and to gather my thoughts about my goals and intentions for 2018.
The thing that I noticed when I was there was that I was loving trying something new every day. I was doing workouts and signing up for classes that I’ve never done before. I was up for trying anything and everything. This has been a big part of my being ever since I moved to LA. I like to push myself out of my comfort zone. I enjoy a challenge and I love to learn.
And this brings me to the point of my 2018 New Year’s resolutions. Because most people take on their resolutions in such a fast and furious way, I’ve noticed that by the end of January many of these people lose steam. This is the reason why I’ve chosen to call my New Year’s resolutions my New Year’s intentions. To me, resolutions are mostly about shortcomings and what I could do better, so I’m just reframing things and approaching 2018 in a whole new way. I’ve found that intentions are more inspiring than resolutions. I want to celebrate the things that I did well last year and continue to do them again this year. Here are my intentions:
Just Show Up Soon after I moved to LA, I had to have gum surgery that was really painful. The day after the procedure, my dear friend Teri showed up at my home with two containers of homemade lentil soup. When I tell you the soup hit the spot, I’m not exaggerating. I’m also not exaggerating when I say that this thoughtful gesture meant the world to me. I didn’t know many people in LA, and her kind gesture let me know that someone here cared. She was the one who taught me that if you even think about whether you should go visit someone, just call. If they don’t feel like having company, drop off a little something at their front door. If you live out of town and want to be there in spirit, call or text to check in. If you find yourself debating about whether you should send a card or thoughtful note to someone, then send it. If someone new has moved to town, reach out and make a plan to meet for coffee. In other words, if you’re thinking about doing something thoughtful for someone, act on it and just show up.
Exert Every Day Whether this means taking on a new challenge at work, taking up a new hobby, signing up for an online class (and trust me, there are some interesting ones) at www.skillshare.com, or making a difficult recipe, just exert. When I moved here, I knew no one. I had to make a life for myself. I needed to meet people, to join organizations I was passionate about and to make a community for myself. Sometimes it’s really good to step out of your comfort zone. Keep doing, keep moving, keep exerting and keep on keeping on because at the end of the day, it just feels good and you’ll feel really accomplished.
Try Something New I’m lucky to live in a pretty awesome city. There’s so much going on here and I’m always up for a day full of exploring. As I’ve said before, many new trends start here. New culinary trends, new fashion trends, new exercise trends and new beauty trends are right in front of our eyes here, and I really enjoy checking out new things happening all around town. It’s never the ‘same old, same old’ here in LA.
As you’ve noticed, I’ve left the following off of my list: I’m going to lose 10 pounds. I’m going to cut out caffeine. I’m going to read two new books each month. Going through life focusing on the ‘should haves’, ‘would haves’ and ‘could haves’ can be exhausting. Instead, I’m taking this moment in time to continue to focus on the positive and what I know is attainable for me, not on what I can do differently. For me, it’s about right here and right now, being present and being the best version of myself I can possibly be.
Share your resolutions and intentions in the comments – I’d love to know what you’re up to and support you in 2018!
While most people get excited for sweater weather, I actually look forward to good old-fashioned coat weather. Here’s the reason why. For most of my life, I’ve lived in temperate climates where it rarely (if ever) gets to freezing temperatures. The temperature here in Santa Monica today is 65 degrees. When the evenings dip to 50, I love having the opportunity to wear one of my coats since we don’t have many days like this. Yes. This is our winter in Southern California. I know it’s hard to believe that it’s even possible to have mild winter weather like this in January at the same time our friends up north are experiencing temperatures in the 20’s. Even Texas has 20 – 30 degree temps this week. All I have to say to weather that cold is “Yikes” and “Brr!”
So yes, while we definitely need jackets right now, we Californians aren’t really in the market for heavy duty fabrics…which brings me to the duster coat.
The duster coat is the perfect kind of jacket on a slightly chilly night. It is a guaranteed way to add another chic layer to any outfit and takes any look from basic to sophisticated. It is quite versatile and can be worn from day to night. You can throw it on to keep warm but still stay cool, all at the same time. It’s effortlessly glamorous and makes for an extremely stylish look – even when worn over black jeans and a white t-shirt or henley.
When I am in New York during the winter months, I love checking out street style winter fashion. There’s always such a variety of fabulous coats to look at while walking the streets. It’s a great time of year to “people watch”. My friends who live in cold weather climates truly believe that all you really see of an outfit in the winter is your coat (especially if you’re outside), so why not have a fashionable coat, or two or three? It totally makes sense, because when it’s summer here in LA, we wouldn’t wear the same top every day; why would people who live up north continually wear the same coat? Here are a few of my favorite duster coats and heavy duty coats to get you through the winter months while looking fashionable – no matter where you live.
‘Tis the season to be jolly, and if you’re looking for ways to create the perfectly wrapped holiday gift, now is the best time to shop for all of your supplies. There are so many choices at The Container Store, Paper Source, Papyrus, Target and Michael’s. Beautiful wrapping paper, bows, gift tags, ribbons, gift bags and all other sorts of added touches are abundant this time of year. Since stores have such a vast selection of whimsical items, it’s actually kind of difficult deciding what to buy!
When our boys were young, I remember most of the gifts that were toys came in really big boxes. I’d always set one night aside to get all of the gifts wrapped while the kids were sleeping and would call that late night session a “wrap-fest”. Thinking back, it actually would have been nice having a glass of wine by my side with holiday music playing. Before I sat down for my late night wrap session, I always wanted to be certain that I had enough paper and ribbon to wrap all of the gifts in one sitting, and not have to go back out and fight the crowds. (It’s surprising how one large gift can take a whole roll of wrapping paper!)
If you want to learn some new gift wrapping tips in person and need inspiration to kick off the holiday season, The Container Store is offering Gift Wrap and Bow Demonstrations at each of their stores at 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM through December 23rd! I totally love that they’re offering these experiences to their customers.
Check out the handy items below if you need help storing and organizing your gift wrapping supplies.
There’s nothing better than being with family and friends during the holidays. Attending parties, going to home gatherings and celebrating is what this time of year is all about. It’s also about giving. Showing up with a gift is a nice way to show appreciation to your hostess for being included in their Thanksgiving dinner or holiday party. Below you’ll find some thoughtful and creative ideas.
It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is around the corner. For those of you who know me well, I’m a tried and true holiday girl and I love the cooking that goes along with it. Give me a holiday, a birthday or any special occasion and I’m ready to celebrate. Out of all the holidays throughout the year, Thanksgiving happens to be my very favorite food holiday. Southern favorites are always a highlight at our meal whether we’re spending Thanksgiving in Houston or here in LA. I’ve gathered a few of my favorite recipes below to share with you. MASHED SWEET POTATOES WITH BROWN SUGAR AND PECANS
Serves 12 to 14 Ingredients: 1 cup (packed) golden brown sugar 1/2 cup chopped pecans 1/4 cup (1/2 stick) chilled butter, cut into 1/4-inch pieces 5 pounds red-skinned sweet potatoes (yams), peeled, cut into 1-1/2-inch pieces 4 large eggs 3 tablespoons pure maple syrup 2 tablespoons vanilla extract 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice 2 teaspoons salt
Method: Preheat oven to 350°F. Mix sugar, pecans and butter in small bowl. Cover and chill until ready to use. (Can be made up to 2 days ahead. Keep refrigerated.)Butter 13 x 9 x 2-inch glass baking dish. Cook sweet potatoes in large pot of boiling salted water until very tender, about 12 minutes. Drain. Let stand in colander 15 minutes. Purée sweet potatoes in processor.Beat eggs, syrup, vanilla, lemon juice and salt in large bowl. Mix in puréed sweet potatoes. Transfer sweet potato mixture to prepared dish. Sprinkle pecan topping evenly over mixture.Bake until sweet potato mixture is set and topping bubbles, about 1 hour. Let stand 15 minutes and serve.
Method: Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a medium bowl, stir together all ingredients for cornbread. Pour into a lightly greased 9-inch cast iron pan or a 9-inch baking pan. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Before using, crumble into small pieces. Heat butter over medium heat in a large pan. Add celery and onion and cook until soft. Add sage, poultry seasoning, salt, and pepper to onion mixture. In a large bowl combine crumbled cornbread and toast. Whisk together milk and eggs and add to bowl. Stir in 2 cups of chicken broth. Stir in onion mixture. Mixture should be very moist. Add more broth if necessary. Transfer to a greased baking dish. Cut butter into small slivers and scatter on top of dressing. Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, or until it turns light brown on top.
Note: The cornbread should be made a day or two in advance.
PUMPKIN BREAD Makes 1 loaf. Enjoy this popular southern recipe!
Ingredients: 3 cups flour 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 cups sugar 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 2 cups canned pumpkin 1/2 cup canola oil 3 eggs, beaten 1/4 cup water 1 teaspoon nutmeg 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 teaspoon allspice 3/4 cup chopped walnuts and/or chocolate chips
Method: Preheat oven to 350F. Sift together the flour, salt, sugar and baking soda. Mix the pumpkin, oil, eggs, ¼ cup of water and the spices together in a separate bowl. Then combine with the dry ingredients, but do not mix too thoroughly. Stir in the nuts or chocolate chips. Pour into a well-buttered 9 x 5 x 3 inch loaf pan. Bake 60 minutes until a toothpick comes out clean. Turn out of the pan and let it cool on a baking rack. Can easily double the recipe.
** And by the way, I got the Pumpkin Bread recipe above from my college roommate and dear friend Judy Finer Freedman. It’s one of her family’s favorites and now one of our favorites. Thanks so much for sharing Judy!!