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Who Needs a Cocktail?

Before I submerge myself in four days of bachelorette debauchery in Playa Del Carmen I thought to leave you with an intoxicating elixir I have been sipping on on this summeriest of seasons. 

Behold the Gin Cherry Cordial: 

2 Shots of Gin *Breucklen Gin is ideal

1 Shot Cherry Cordial from American Fruits

Splash of Tonic

Crushed Ice

Garnish with lemon and grapes 

Before you sip make sure to spritz your face with Kiehl's Acai and sport a pair of Moscot Cranberry Drew shades 

All of these delicious items are born in New York 

I have also been graced with a blip in a Japanese Fashion Magazine! If any one of you can translate the paragraph one will be rewarded with a flower! Or a cocktail! * 

Bottom left in plaid shirt is yours truly... *this offer is limited to the NYC area, unless I happen to be traveling to wherever you are which really isn't too unrealistic...XX





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Reader Comments (2)

AH! So cool. Thanks for supporting our garden project, too, Miss Leelee! We heart you. See you so soon!

August 16, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterHeather

( Flower artist) Truly stylish in her subtle balance. Notice the way she left top buttons open and how the sleeves are rolled. Even the red matches in both shoes and shirt, can you say color master?

Hi Lea, it was nice to meet you! I treasure the moments i can laugh at work, which is rare and priceless. What a cute blog you have.

So jealous that you were in Japanese fashion magazine. :)

Nothing would make me happy like free cocktail. Let's hang out and talk anything but shoes.

November 21, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterEdelweiss the shoe seller

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