#1: I've had my fair share of mille-feuille and why it took me this long to try Lady M, I will never know. The mille crêpes look like they are made out of a thousand layers and even though all I could manage after dinner last night was a single slice, it really was the best I have ever had.
#2. Which brings me to the next love on the list. Anything located behind a "secret" door or in an unmarked location usually doesn't live up to hype (Employees Only aside). I was pleasantly surprised by Pulqueria, which lay at the bottom of a flight of stairs in a quiet Chinatown alleyway.
|Via. (Although Doyers is no longer there, the door at the bottom of the stairs remains unmarked)|
#3: The rising popularity of gel manicures has resulted in no shortage of deals around the city. My latest at Valley was a welcome treat after spending an entire afternoon at the dentist. The manicurist must have known I was in need of some sparkle and gave my ring fingers a little extra attention.
#4: After seeing an online preview of H&M's January/February offerings, I couldn't get over this pretty number:
Thus I became a woman on a mission, stalking the 2 stores that are within minutes of my apartment EVERY.SINGLE.DAY. It only took 6 weeks ...
I bought the green version months back. Although I rarely buy anything in multiples, I made an exception this time. I mean look at the damn thing, pale peach and mint?!
My new Warby Parkers were supposed to be my #5 but alas the fit is a bit off - which really annoys me having done an at-home try on AS WELL AS a visit to the showroom. I am hoping the adjustment scheduled over the weekend resolves the fit issues - otherwise I might have to conclude that I just have a wonky nose.