Fashion, Shopping and General Life Musings from a Twentysomething Living in New York

Sunday, March 1

Re-Cap of the Last Week Or So:)

I've had quite a busy few weeks. But unlike my usual routine, there was much fun to be had after hours! Thursday night, J and I were invited to a little fashion show at the Museum of Sex. With white wine and blueberry drinks in our hands, we toured the ever so delightful museum, and I even managed to emerge with a goody bag of sweet but useless trinkets.

Friday night was extremely fun:) E and I met up for the first time in what seemed like ages. Off we went to Bendel's for Rebecca Minkoff's showcase of her new spring collection. Some pictures of these new spring bags for your viewing pleasure:

Saturday was also an exciting day! I went to the American Museum of Natural History to celebrate Harlem and Black History Month. My co-workers, E and I went to Food for Life Supreme, an amazing and health-conscious restaurant in the heart of Harlem for dinner:) The food was absolutely scrumptious! Smothered carrot fries for an appetizer. A salad with homemade dressing. Cajun salmon with mac and cheese and the very best green beans that I had ever tasted. This place will definitely give Sylvia's and Amy Ruth's a run for their money!

Sunday was my favorite night because I had waited all week to go to the Jazmine Sullivan, Musiq Soulchild, and Ne-Yo concert! I was seriously psyched for this concert:) I even had a dream that Ne-Yo dated me for a month. Well, the concert brought out my love for him, because his sexy performance has me completely lovestruck for him now. Ne-Yo is the sweetest and the most romantic guy out there in the music industry. He completely sings from the heart and I love that he produced and wrote every single one of his songs. His performance was absolute perfection. He even had a dancer on the stage with him that just seemed to ooze sexiness. It's re-ignited my desire to take a pole dancing class, LOL. And seeing Mary J Blige in the audience was the icing on the cake.

And then there was the TV show taping on Monday... what a week!