Ah, another week another Week In Review post. I have been in full vacation mode ever since I returned from my trip to Austin. We had such a great time! More photos and details will come to the blog soon, I promise! I hope you’re enjoying your Spring Break, even if you don’t have a full week to take do a little something for yourself. I shared my at home pamper routine if you really want to treat yourself.
Tonight I am going to see Beauty And The Beast and I am so excited! When I saw Emma Watson was playing Belle I was sold. I have had this cup of Chip since I was a little girl and every time I see it or use it, it brings back a little bit of magic from the movie.
Ok whosever idea it was to do this is a genius. I know this interview was about Emma but I just couldn’t take my eyes off of the little kitten chasing his shadow. I would lie if I didn’t say I wanted to take them all home. They’re so precious!!!!
TWO // Starbucks Spring Cups
I love the whole concept behind this new Starbucks cup launch. Those pastel colors are so beautiful. The minute I saw them on my Instagram feed I knew I would be paying Starbucks a visit.
THREE // Carli Bybel Pranava Beauty Launch
It is so easy to take for granted the things we have in our life like clean water, a home, an education. When I heard Carli was releasing a new product I was so excited and when I watched her launch video I was ecstatic. I won’t spoil what it is but I do want to inform you that 100% of the proceeds will go to the Carli Bybel Scholarship. Which will give 120 girls a 4 year college education. This will cover for their living, books, and anything they may need during their academic careers. I will definitely be contributing to this.
FOUR // DMA México 1900–1950 Exhibition
If you’re in the DFW area this is a must see! The museum will feature artists such as Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, José Clemente Orozco, and the Avant-Garde that will highlight modern art in México. This will be a one time only exhibition and an amazing one at that. Who doesn’t love Frida?! Tickets are only $16, in my opinion a total steal for the art and history you’ll be seeing.