Friday, July 15, 2011

Review - Toulouse Petit - Seattle, WA

Toulouse Petit

After doing a little shopping at Urban Craft Uprising my Mom, my friend and I decided to go to Toulouse Petit for lunch.  I just returned from a week long cruise to Alaska (which I will blog about soon) where the food was absolutely horrible, and I was craving something good, anything good.  A little spicy Cajun/Creole food on a sunny day in Seattle sounded great!

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Review - Cascina Spinasse - Seattle, WA

Cascina Spinasse

Spinasse is a cute and intimate Italian restaurant on Capitol Hill.  The white lace curtains add to the charm, as do the mismatched chairs and bar stools. 

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Anthropologie - Dolan Tuck Cardigan

Dolan Tuck Cardigan - $29.95 (Reg. $97)

I really don't need any more gray sweatshirts/cardigans, but I saw this one on sale for $30, and couldn't pass it up!  I love Dolan - They are simple clothes with great details... The Tuck Cardigan has an open front, and longer arms with thumbholes in them.  Contrasting pleats along the side, that match the contrasting draped collar. 

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Anthropologie - Denpasar Skirt by Fei

Denpasar Skirt by Fei $14.96 (reg. $98)

The U Village Anthropologie store recently had an additional 25% off sale... By the time I went to the sale most of the stuff had been picked over.  But during the sidewalk sale there was a rack of skirts for $19.95, plus an additional 25% off!

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Review - Nettletown - Seattle, WA


Almost hidden in a tiny strip mall along Eastlake Ave is Nettletown - It's in the old Sitka & Spruce location and next to Eastlake Teriyaki. After meeting a friend in Capitol Hill we decided to try lunch at Nettletown. 

Saturday, July 2, 2011

Sofft Trapani Wedge Sandals

Sofft Trapani Wedge Sandals $34.90 (reg. $109)

When the sun finally comes out in Seattle I am ready for a pedicure and sandals... The other day I was in the southend, and decided to stop by Nordstrom Rack at Southcenter in Tukwila, WA.  I like their shoe section, instead of throwing one side of hundreds of shoes on a shelf, the Southcenter location has them all neatly lined in boxes.  I really appreciate that, it's not nearly as messy and you don't have to wait in line for the "mate".