May 23, 2013
Hip-hip-hooray! Just wanted to take a minute and let you know that The Ruby, the labor of love I work on with dear and darling Candice and Chelsea, now officially has a website. Sign up for the newsletter, write us an email, take a look at our brilliant sponsors and bookmark our Events Page for upcoming workshops and more.
And can I just tell you?
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April 26, 2013
(photo from my Instagram, taken at Weather Up on Cesar Chavez and Chicon)
Do you have plans for the weekend? Adam and I are heading to Dallas tomorrow for my family reunion, but I think tonight we’ll take it easy, get some dinner somewhere and maybe some margaritas. Is anything better than that first sip of margarita on a Friday night? That salty, limey buzz and the thought that you have the whole night in front of you without a thing to do except maybe watch a movie…that’s the good stuff. Or maybe we’re just getting old? Haha:)
With that Friday night margarita buzz in mind, I thought it’d be fun to have a little cocktail themed links post this week…
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April 17, 2013
I’m excited to show you my first ever branding project today as well as introduce you to one of my favorite local businesses!
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November 8, 2012
(Photos by Chelsea Fullerton, one by yours truly)
Have you been to Clark’s? It’s a little oyster bar right on the edge of Clarksville (get it?) and it’s just precious. An extension of Perla’s (they call it Perla’s little brother), this spot has delicious fresh seafood and style to spare. So when our friend Leigh suggested it as a happy hour meet up spot, Chelsea and I were all too excited to go!
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October 24, 2012
(All photographs by Chelsea Fullerton and one by yours truly)
A few weekends ago our friend Jennifer invited me and Chelsea to the opening of Mockingbird Domestics on South Lamar. And woah, was I glad we went! This shop has incredible inventory at every price point. Beautiful vintage housewares for under $20 (check out the barware I scored below) and locally made tables, pottery and barstools from a variety of incredible Austin designers and makers. They also have a beautiful online store so you can purchase items from their shop even if you’re not in Austin.
More photos from our shopping trip below!
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