September 30, 2014

cupcakes + beer

Last week we were lucky enough to be invited to a
Jilly's Cupcake and Goose Island
beer and dessert pairing. We think they might have seen
 how much we love the two somewhere. We sampled three
Goose Island brews in honor of Migration Week, the Sophie, Matilda and
 Bourbon County Stout all paired with a Jilly's dessert.
 Our favorite was the Bee Sting Cupcake and special
Bourbon County Stout Ice Cream.
Jilly's is letting us give you the chance
 to head over and sample their tasty treats! Enter
below for your chance to win a $20 gift card to Jilly's
AND  be sure to enter to win a free ice cream social for 20 Here!
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fox + gypsy

September 26, 2014

a few of our favorite things

 vegas pools
 walk of (optical) Fame
 Vegas Night Lights
 a room with a view
 favorite designers emerging into the optical world
 a day with RayBan
 exploring Tulsa
 Tulsa Graffiti
 afternoon delight
 glitter floors and breakfast at tiffany's tubs
f+g night out
 favorite views
 natural shorelines

September 25, 2014


pants; vintage
Wild Spirit graphic tee; c/o Mint Julep Boutique
flats; Target
hat; Local Honey Nashville
suspenders; Thrifted
sunglasses; Valentino
watch; Michael Kors

Shop the Mint, our new favorite online boutique!
automatically recieve $10 coupon when you sign up
for the mailing list here!

fox + gypsy

September 24, 2014


Join us and other fabulous local bloggers,
Heartland Underdog, Economy of Style and Oh Julia Ann
this Saturday at Saks for a fall Saks Style-Off!

We are really excited for this and the #STLFBA this
Friday to kick off another great season of 
Saint Louis Fashion Week!

Don't forget to buy your tickets to the awards
this Friday and use code Blogger50

fox + gypsy

September 23, 2014

carmel apple empanadas

what you'll need:

three medium sized apples
1/4 c. brown sugar
3/4 c. water
1 pat of butter
1/4 c. carmel
2 tsp. cinnamon
one can of crescent rolls

How to:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Peel, core and cut the apples
into small pieces. In a medium saucepan combine apples, brown sugar,
cinnamon and water. Boil for five minutes. Lower heat and summer until
apples become soft and coarsely mash. Remove apples from heat and stir in
carmel sauce. Allow mixture to completely cool.

Meanwhile, roll your crescent rolls into balls. Using a rolling pin or
tortilla press, flatten the ball into a disc. Place onto a greased backing sheet.
 Once the apple mixture is cool, spoon a small amount into the center.
Fold over and seal the edges with a fork. Brush each empanada with
 melted butter. Bake for 10 minutes or until they reach a golden color. Serve
with your favorite ice cream and enjoy!

fox + gypsy