Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Red, White & Blue Recap

How did you celebrate the holiday weekend? For us, this year the 4th of July is sandwiched in between quite a bit of travel and activity, so we stayed at home. Heavy rains during the day sent us to see Inside Out at the movies, but luckily the storms passed in time to see the fireworks at night.

I suppose that it's time to take down my patriotic bunting and decor that has been in place since Memorial Day, but secretly I wish that I could display it all year. Of course I wore red, white, and blue to celebrate. The tunic dress from Kayce Hughes is a perfect choice for the holiday.

kayce hughes gingham tunic dress 4th of july preppy outfit

kayce hughes gingham tunic dress 4th of july preppy outfit
Dress  //  Bracelets (similar) //  Shoes  //  Blue Nail Polish

Natalia and Alexia also showed their patriotic pride in red, white, and blue. You're never too old to have fun with a sparkler. Even I tried my hand at writing with the shiny sparklers.

preppy lilly pulitzer 4th of july outfit

                   Lilly Pulitzer Dress, old (similar)  //  Flip Flops  //  Scalloped Tee  //  Sandals

We enjoyed a tasty lunch at Zo√ęs Kitchen, a fast casual restaurant concept serving a distinct menu of Mediterranean-inspired dishes. The nutritious, high quality, made-from-scratch meals are delivered with genuine, Southern hospitality and attentive service. What I appreciate the most is that fryers and microwaves are never used in this delightful restaurant. They serve fresh, unprocessed foods including a variety of gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options.

zoes kitchen germantown

1 comment:

  1. Love your dress!
    First time I have heard of Zoe's kitchen. Clicked on the link and it looks like my kind of fast casual restaurant! They are not in N.J. where are are currently living, but they are in a couple of states that we have previously lived in. Thanks for the tip.

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