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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Mix n' Match Summer Color Trends: Strawberry Ice and Tangerine

Add a leopard print to your mix n' matched colors for a funky stand-out outfit that's perfect for an evening out on the town for cocktails.

We paired a tangerine body con halter dress with a strawberry ice clutch and leopard mary janes for that growl affect when your stepping out and added a gold bracelet as an adornment and go.

Have a tiki cocktail on us or maybe not on us, but as least on your date for the night.

See where to cop these pieces below.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

5 Pre-Batched Bottle Cocktails Perfect for Pregaming

We all know what pregaming is and have all done it even before it had an official name to go by. When pregaming we often grab a base liquor and our favorite soda or juice, but thanks to the pre-batched bottle trend we can now pick up a bottle of our favorite cocktail and just chug before the real party begins.

We have seen these pre-batched bottles all over the store, but which ones actually have a quality taste while giving us that tipsy feeling to aid that turn-up moment we are seeking.

Here are five you should give a try.

1. Om's Cranberry Blood Orange - $30
Made with organic ingredients, hence OM standing for Organic Mixology, this vodka based spirit is pointed out as a not too sweet cranberry vodka mix.

2. Austin Cocktails' Tea Twister - $18
This vodka based pre-batched bottle taste like Arnold Palmer with a punch all while coming in at 100 calories per six once.

3. Mr. Lyan's Candlelit Manhattan - $74
Although a bit pricey the UK's Mr. Lyan's Candlelit Manhattan has been described as a well mixed Manhattan in a bottle. However this is probably not in you local store, but you can order one here.

4. Slow & Low's Rock and Rye - $18
A take on the Old Fashioned this pre-batched bottle is fruity and strong.

5. Fluid Dynamics' The St. Nick - $18
This mix of whiskey and brandy is aged for six months before its put in its bottle. Described as a fruity taste that's reminiscent of wine. Try here.

Source:  Eater.com
Wednesday, May 27, 2015

5 Tasty Moonshine Cocktail Recipes for Newbies

A southern delight, moonshine has it's legendary roots established in the hills of Tennessee from Carolina to Georgia.

If you've never tasted moonshine or stump hole liquor, it's pretty much the next thing to taking a swig of gasoline. Lately however, the back hills claim to fame has gone mainstream and that means delicious recipes that are perfect for new taste buds.

We have five cocktails that are perfect for beginners with white lighting that will ease the power punch.

1.  Carolina Beach
2 oz moonshine (Peach moonshine if you have it)
1 oz orange juice
1 oz cranberry juice
1 oz pineapple juice

Instructions:  Mix ingredients in a mixing glass with ice. Shake and pour into glass over ice or straight up. Add a peach slice for garnish.

2. Moon Sour
1.5 oz moonshine
1 oz sour mix
2 oz lemon-lime soda
1 dash maraschino juice
1 maraschino cherry

Instructions:  Pour Moonshine over ice. Add sour. Use a spoon to collect a maraschino cherry doused in juice. Top with soda.

3. Watermelon Mint Shine
2 oz Moonshine
1 oz agave nectar
3 heaping chunks of watermelon
3 lime wedges
5 mint leaves

Instructions: In a mixing glass muddle mint leaves, lime wedges and agave. Add ice, cubes of watermelon and Moonshine. Shake vigorously. Strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with a mint sprig and watermelon slice.

4. Summer Breeze
2 oz Moonshine Corn Whiskey
1/2 of a lime cut in 4 cubes
4 mint leaves
5 blueberries
2 strawberries sliced
1 tsp sugar in the raw

Instructions: In a rocks glass, combine sugar, mint leaves, lime and berries then muddle. Top with ice then Moonshine. Stir with a cocktail spoon and enjoy.

5. Moon Collins
1.5 oz moonshine
1/2 oz lime juice
1/2 oz agave or simple syrup
3 oz club soda
lemon twist

Instructions: In a shaker filled with ice, combine Moonshine, lemon juice and simple syrup. Shake and pour over ice. Top with club soda, and garnish lemon twist.
Recipe Source:  Dark Corner Distillery
Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Do summer in a wooden platform sandal

What better way to make a bold statement than in a pair of wooden platform sandals. With summer arriving these shoes make a bold statement on your feet. We have a simple way for you to incorporate these sandals in your weekly outfit.

If you like denim you can try an all over denim look with shorts and a over sized denim shirt. (Don't forget to roll up the sleeves for warm weather). You can also pair the jeans with a dashiki or a kimono for some flair when you step out on the weekend. In the below outfit we paired the denim look with a floral clutch and sterling silver bracelet to stand out.

Do Summer in a pair of wooden platforms

ONLY rock roll shirt
$36 - nelly.com

Levi s clothing
$46 - batoko.com

M Co floral crossbody
$45 - mandco.com

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Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Three curl quenching moisturizers for natural hair

When going natural figuring out what's the best moisturizer for your curl pattern is exhausting. Have no fear we have a list of three moisturizers that can help you maintain your hair's curl pattern all day while allowing for some room in your wallet.

These moisturizers are used in conjunction with each other in a three step process that creates a shiner look for your hair. Quench your curls below.

1. Hawaiian Silky Miracle Worker - Used at night before going to bed. Be careful because applying to much could make your hair sticky depending on your texture. This is available at your local drug store for less than $6.

2. Shea Moisture Curl Enhancing Smoothie - Used daily on hair to put enfacese on your hair's natural curl pattern and is priced at around $12.

3. Curls Lavish Curls Moisturizer - Used daily before the Shea Moisture is applied. Curl's Lavish Curls re freshens your curls and gives Shea Moisture a stronger curl pattern to lock on to. This 8 oz. bottles cost around $10.


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