February 16, 2018

Casual Friday








 t-shirt; Urban Outfitters
jeans; Vintage
sweater; Target
hat; ASOS
earrings; Target
sunglasses; ray-ban



February 15, 2018

Rose Infused Cocktail + Ice Cubes


Roses are Red
Roses are Pink
Roses make a really great
Cocktail Drink!

Nothing says I love you like 
a bunch of roses, and nothing
says I love MYSELF like a 
Rose infused cocktail.

Today we're mixing up a
post-Valentine's treat and putting
those flowers to some real
good use. It's really easy, and
dangerously tasty!


 We found some mini-roses at the
local store and decided to really jazz
up our cocktail drink by making
rose ice cubes. We just cut the
stems off, placed them into our ice 
trays, and filled with water.


  Now, time to add the champage!
we poured a generous amount into
our glasses, and then added about
2 oz. of our newly favorite
Wild Rose liqeur. (We bought
ours at Vom FASS)

Give it a little stir, then 
sit back, and relax
and enjoy!




Cheers!

 fox + gypsy


February 13, 2018

Tunesday; Wild Love



James Bay has a fresh look,
AND a fresh sound, and we 
are living for it.

We were excited when we started
seeing teasers of possible new music
and when the new single 
Wild Love
dropped last week,
it was pure magic.

This song is giving us all 
the feels and just in time for the
day of love <3

James Bay; Wild Love






Happy Tunesday Loves!


fox + gypsy

February 9, 2018

Home Made Everything Bagels


You know what they say:
A bagel a day keeps the donut away.
Unless you really want a donut then it would
Be the other way around.

BUT who
doesn’t love a good ole’ fashion
everything bagel every now and then.
We don’t know what they put in that
seasoning, but luckily, Trader Joes does.
You can now buy the
“Everything but the bagel” seasoning
and make your very own bagels!

We recently picked up a couple ofb
bottles and decided to try our hand
at making some of our own.

The recipe is super simple and requires
NO boiling like traditional bagel making.

You will need:

1 cup of unbleached all purpose flour
¾ teaspoon kosher salt
1 cup non-fat Greet yogurt
1 egg white, beaten
Everything but the bagel seasoning


Preheat oven to 375F. Place parchment paper
on a baking sheet and spray it with oil.

Grab a bowl and combine the flour, baking powder
and salt and whisk well. Then add the Greek yogurt
 and mix with a fork or spatula until well
combined (Side note: it will be crumbly)


Take some flour and spread t over a surface.
Take your ball of dough from the bowl and
start kneading it. You will knead the dough until
 it’s tacky, but not sticky (it should not leave dough
on your hand when you pull away).


Take your dough and cut it into four equal sections.
 Then, roll piece ball into semi-thick ropes and join
 the ends to form bagels. (or you can make a ball

 and poke a hole in the center then stretch it slightly)


Next, take your beaten egg white and a
 basting brush and brush the tops  of each bagel
 and then sprinkle both sides with seasoning of your choice.


 Bake on the top rack of the oven for 25 minutes.
Remove and let cool 10 minutes before slicing!






Toast them and enjoy with your
favorite spread!

No better way to start your
day then with fresh
home made bagels!





February 7, 2018

Red {hot} Leather



We were (hashtag) blessed with some pretty
amazing weather this last January.
I am talking NO coat, bare legs,
good weather. I decided to take
FULL advantage of this. So I caught up with
local blogger and photographer
 and we ventured 
to a local State Park to shoot some
amazing photos.







Leather Wrap Skirt; Express
Turtle neck; J Crew
Baker Boy Hat; ASOS
Sunnies; Ray-Ban
Denim Jacket; Target
Shoes; Target
Earrings; Target


fox + gypsy