It was also super crowded there, I suppose being the first gorgeous Saturday in weeks every person for miles had the same idea. It was impossible to get a table at any of the restaurants, even at 3 pm, and eventually we found our way to Serendipity 3 (NYC's counterpart, and just as cute, maybe even a bit bigger).
We sat at the bar since it was the only place open and had to order their famous frozen hot chocolate. It was quite yummy, and did taste exactly how it sounds. Make some hot coco, freeze it, put it in the blender. Why hadn't I realized I could make it at home before?!
Then there was Georgetown cupcake. The line never ended. All day long, an hour wait, people lined the streets, I think there was even a police presence monitoring the line at all times as well... I figured if people were going to stand in such a crazy long line for these cupcakes, then they would be the best cupcakes ever.
I thought when I took a bite I would go weak at the knees, that I would race back to the end of that line and wait all over again for another taste.
But they were just cupcakes. Nothing special, and my chocolate cupcake didn't even taste very chocolatey and the frosting wasn't very creamy. In fact, I'm quite certain that I make better cupcakes. If you'd like to come over, I'll bake you some, and I won't even charge you $2.75 for it.
Since I knew Everybody Everywear was coming up, I made sure to pack this pink skirt, made by me!
My friend actually asked me if I'd gotten it from ModCloth, and I said, "No, this is the skirt I made to look like the skirt from ModCloth!"
Striped Top Old Navy - Pink Skirt Made by Me - Sandals Ciao Bella - Station Bag Coach Thrifted -Bracelets Kohls, The Cavernous Jewelry Box - Sunnies Kohls
Other highlights of the day included a trip to the Museum of Natural History!
P.S. I’m attending a TJ Maxx event tomorrow at the store in New York City. Alex will be there too. Is anyone else going?!
P.P.S. Have you Entered the JCPenney Call it Spring Giveaway?