Fun Fact: I HATE grocery shopping. I despise going. When I lived in New York, I used this awesome thing called MaxDelivery.com. You go online, order, and voila! Your groceries are delivered to your door in an hour. (You’re welcome, New Yorkers). Sadly, the grocery store is a necessary evil in most other cities, so I must trick myself into making it fun. This week, I played a little game of dress up. Channeling my inner “housewife,” I shimmied up and down the aisles crossing things off my list.
Fun Fact #2: This dress is a vintage (or just used) dress from my mom. The first time I wore it, I wasn’t aware how sheer it was. As I walked through the streets of Manhattan, I thought I was pretty darn sexy seeing as I was getting lots of looks (both male and female). It wasn’t until I passed by an especially reflective window that I realized you could see all my bits and pieces. Oops! Luckily, I was still working in the buying office at Bendels and had some samples behind my desk to remedy my accidental peep show.
Fun Fact #3: The tiny Dooney & Bourke bag was a bag my mom got me when I was a little girl so that I could match her. I only brought it out of the archives about a year ago and I love it, not only because it’s tiny, but because of the special sentimental value (not going to lie… wouldn’t carry a Dooney otherwise).
1. Dahlia Anchor Print Chiffon Tea Dress, $112.05, 2. Tabitha Simmons Linen and Silk Sandal Bootie, $595, 3. Dooney & Bourke Navy Surrey Bag, $100, 4. Minor Obsessions Anchor Charm Necklace, $315, 5. On Gossamer Black Lace Trim Sleek Slip, $48
Do you have any coupons?
You are a FAR classier shopper than those we encounter at Walmart. Well