Happy Friday, everyone! Time for the weekend, so let’s head out with joy as I discuss Chico’s kimonos, tea rooms, and art!
These are three of my favorite topics! Leigh Ann and I decided to seek out local tea rooms, so join us on the journey!
I have loved Chico’s kimonos for years, and this artisan Crane-print kimono is fabulous and speaks to my creative/artistic side.
I topped it off with the Faux Opal Goldtone Chain Necklace. The opal complements the color in this kimono perfectly.
The long necklace and column of jasper are elongating and slimming features when wearing a kimono. The column of jasper will be something I now wear through winter.
The kimono is going to be worn all year long…love it for that.
I am going to be discussing my personal style decisions next week and how I have tweaked my selections since last year’s style refresh.
This kimono and artisan style fits it to a “T.”
Here are more beautiful toppers currently at Chico’s. I always size down when possible in these garments, and many are offered in petite sizing….
I love tea rooms…typical girl…right?
Many have closed, but in San Antonio a favorite is The Bread Box.
You can actually book tea parties there…great idea for showers or special events.
Leigh Ann and I had heard about their amazing English muffins, so both of us ordered a breakfast sandwich and they were wonderful.
I like my green tea iced, so I did not need the cute little teapot!
The tearoom is located at a place called The Alley on Bitters.
It is a fun little vintage complex of artisans and vintage shops. I love it and was happy to wear such a masterpiece in design to celebrate along with the other artists located there.
Of course, jewelry is a lovely way to add a touch of creativity to your style. Here are some wonderful offerings at Chico’s right now!
I spent my Christmas gift card quickly on items I believe I will love…however, I wish I had another gift card!! NEWS FLASH: PICK UP THESE LEGGINGS TODAY FOR 29!!!
Thank you for joining me to discuss Chico’s kimonos, tea rooms and art! Does anyone else love to seek out tea rooms and have you found a favorite? Please share….then go out and always…
By Pamela Lutrell
Disclaimer: I was provided pieces for this post, but the words are my very own!