Happy March, folks! I'm a lot disappointed that the weather is still uninvitingly frigid, but at least we're moving towards the (conventionally) warmer months, right? I've been thinking about going on vacation a lot lately, and I wanted to time it with my wedding anniversary with B in May. In my head, I picture lots of nature hikes, cabin reading dates, and loads of delicious food to try. In the meager spare time I have, I've been hitting the interwebs hard with searches for Maine vacations, but it looks like Maine isn't so good to visit during May? I don't know. Someone tell me.
Or give me some recommendations of places to visit.
In the meantime, I've just been contenting myself with some cozy mysteries (my Instagram feed is revealing a little too much about this guilty pleasure) and scoping out new restaurants to try. Over the past weekend, B and I paid a visit to The London Tea Room (again) but tried some new blends this time. And I've discovered my new favorite flavor of theirs: Mango tea! The wait (yes, even for a cup of tea) is very much worth it.
Later, while driving around the city, we passed by a cute shop La Patisserie Choquette, where we loaded up on macarons and confections. We brought home lavender honey, passion fruit, pistachio, green tea, and chocolate macarons; and picked out a verrine with chocolate, white chocolate, and salted caramel to split.
Do help me with ideas of places to have a relaxing vacation! It would give me something to look forward to in case this (seemingly) neverending winter becomes just that.
knit blazer: Old Navy
Hank Co. Tee: Venture Bros. Shirt Club
striped skirt, necklace: Forever 21
booties: Urban Outfitters