Happy Friday friends! Do you have any fun weekend plans? I know it's spring break for a lot of people - if you are off I hope you get to do something fun. Over here we are going up to our alma mater for the day today and I am so happy to be here. We met here at UF and this is the first time we've been back since our wedding. It's so wonderful to walk down memory lane to where we met and fell in love. Plus, tomorrow is St. Patrick's Day! Since I'm a proud Boston Irish lass there are some fish and chips and pints in our future that I'm looking forward to.
Have you guys checked out the Lilly Pulitzer for Pottery Barn collaboration yet? It debuted today and I love everything. I've been on a Lilly kick again lately (...surprise surprise haha) and really love the new print Catty Shack. I think the pink and green are so fun and preppy. I've got my eye on these scallop shorts and I really love the romper, which would be a unique addition to my wardrobe. If you don't have any scallop shorts yet I highly recommend them - I wear them all the time as a comfier and more flattering alternative to jean shorts. Here are some white ones, navy ones, these are a lovely purple (and under $20), these are also under $20, and these Loft ones go on sale all the time.
My recent Lilly kick is not well times because I had been saving up room in my closet for the new Gal Meets Glam dress collection that is debuting soon. It launches at the end of April, and until then there have been bi-monthly updates with behind the scenes glimpses. I love reading about how all of Julia's ideas are coming to life. I always enjoy reading about people's passion projects, I find it really inspiring for my own projects.
This fish and chips recipe looks delicious if you are staying in for St. Patrick's Day. Or, the Gordon's Fisherman Cod and the Trader Joe's frozen cod fillets are excellent options. As for St. Patrick's day attire, you can never go wrong with a fisherman sweater, am I right? Especially with the weather you guys are having up north. Oh March... I've always loved this L.L.Bean one, and their quality just can't be beat.
Finally, has anyone watched Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with Jerry Seinfeld? I watched a few episodes years ago, and recently re-discovered it as the perfect right before bed show. It's funny but also soothing since it's so mellow. All of the episodes have been very good, but my favorites are Tina Fey and Larry David. What are your favorites?
Have a wonderful weekend!