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Gosh! When did I become a foodie?

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If I lost my memory and went through my own recent content on the blog or Instagram I would conclude this is the feed of a foodie. If you do follow me on Instagram you know what I mean. Something is extremely wrong with me. I have never a foodie. I always ate because that what you are supposed to do to stay alive. I purely consumed food so that my body can function. However, this year either it is hormonal imbalance or my inner foodie is just coming alive, all I can think of is food. 

Don't get me wrong, I have always liked my sweets and spicy food. But it was never something I obsessed about. Now though, I plan my life around food. I plan my weekend around brunch. I plan my day around all the meals I will be having. 

What a wrong decade of life for the inner foodie to come alive. Thirties, when you body is unforgiving and the calories just stick to you like bees to honey. I hope this is a passing phase else I am in for a lot of burpees. 

Anyhoo, this post is featuring transitional fall style. It is cool enough for light layers, but still warm to wear a jacket. The rainy weather can be deceiving from the window, because as soon as you step out it could either be windy or humid. Hence, I knotted a solid colored lightweight full-sleeve top over a striped sleeveless dress and paired it with floral ankle boots. And for the third styling piece, I brought out my favorite statement earrings (last seen here) - Voila!

The pictures have been taken at Jaleo, Bethesda. I have reviewed the restaurant on the blog before (click here) and this time I was back to try their Spanish Toast. Gosh! was it delicious or was it delicious. (A post on my favorite places to try French Toasts is coming soon. Stay tuned!

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Location - Jaleo, Bethesda, Maryland

Dress - Missoni (Thrifted) // Anther Option
Top - Nordstrom Rack // Another
Boots - TJ Maxx // Better
Earrings - Sassanova Boutique // Love these
Bag - Lo & Sons // Similar



  1. I love the funky combat boots! And girl, I can so relate. My husband and I plan our LIVES around food ;)

    xx, Danielle | www.pineappleandprosecco.com

  2. Love your skirt! Vintage Missoni is the best. I have a vintage Missoni skirt and it's one of my favorite pieces of all-time. Your skirt is absolutely beautiful! Ugh, I love food too, hence, lots of burpees.


  3. Great post!! Your boots are so cute.


  4. I love me some delicious food! Love this outfit, you look gorgeous!


  5. This outfit is super cute! And I can totally relate - the older I get, the more I want to eat haha!

  6. I love this outfit! It's so perfect for transitioning into (hopefully) cooler weather. I am a semi foodie person, I love a great meal and usually will plan my day around it.

  7. we often surprise ourselves with what we put out there. Anyhoooo :D Love that.. :) Your looks are great.

  8. I feel like I accidentally became a foodie! And your outfit is gorgeous.

  9. What a gorgeous restaurant! And I love your top!

  10. Haha! I love that you've become a foodie. It's giving me so many places to add to my list for my honeymoon in 2 months! I'll have to try all the yummy spots you've suggested!

  11. I feel like it's so easy to become a foodie and then highly addicting haha. Absolutely love your boots!

    xo Laura Leigh
    Louella Reese

  12. You look gorgeous. I’ve been quite the foodie too. I plan my life around food too, so I understand the feeling.

  13. I just looked at your instagram and all the food you post looks so yummy! It's making me hungry!


  14. Hehe, nothing wrong with being a foodie! I spend my days thinking about my next meal :P

  15. What a cute skirt babe! I'm slowly becoming a foodie because I've been learning new recipes on Pinterest :)

    -xo, Azanique | https://www.lotsofsass.com


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