Rosé All DayLocation: Atlanta, GA • 07 Feb
Outfit Details: Rosé All Day crop top // black coated skinny jeans // Show Me Your Mumu black fringe jacket // Hinge black lace up heels // Gucci black crossbody bag // Kendra Scott black stud earrings // c/o Kendra Scott adjustable necklace // Hermes H bracelet // Prada sunglasses
Atlanta, you’ve got a peach of my heart.
On Saturday, I walked on Peachtree Rd to Lenox Square Mall from my high rise building. There are so many streets in Atlanta named Peachtree– 71 to be exact! This is definitely every tourist’s nightmare. So many of my out of town guests have gotten lost driving around Atlanta because they turned onto the wrong Peachtree… Anyway, I grabbed a few items for my upcoming trip to Asia this month when I was at the mall.
I decided to go with a cute and comfortable outfit for my trip to the mall. This ‘Rosé All Day’ crop top is so soft and looks great with a pair of high-waisted skinny jeans. I wanted to dress up my crop top a little by wearing a pair of coated skinny jeans, which look like leather pants.
Not sure if anyone else has done this besides myself and Carly. However, we like maximizing our jewelry by wearing our adjustable necklaces from Kendra Scott’s Winter Collection with either the cute design showing or flipping the necklace around and wearing the adjustable chain clasp in the front as a choker.
I added some glam with my black Show Me Your Mumu fringe jacket, which is to die for. I feel like a rockstar every time I wear this jacket.
My Hinge lace up heels are so comfortable for walking around the mall.
After the mall, I went to Yebo with my friend, Ansley and Jennifer for dinner.
Yebo is a fantastic South African restaurant close to Lenox Mall in Buckhead. I highly recommend eating here.
In the Winter, Yebo transforms into a ski haus with a nice fire pit outside and white faux fur draped over couches and bar stools. My favorite part is that the restaurant also serves shot skis (aka ski shots) at the bar.
However, this time we sat in the main dining room. I highly recommend sharing a few dishes so you can experience all of the different flavors in South African cuisine.
We started off with a glass of South African sparkling wine, which paired nicely with South African beef jerky, called Biltong. The seasoning on the Biltong was really tasty. Let me just say, I’m not the biggest beef jerky fan, but the Biltong at Yebo is the best I’ve ever had. We also enjoyed a delicious beer cheese fondue with our Sparkling wine as well.
Next, we shared the smoked trout paté with olive tamponade, chive oil, and olive pan au levain. This was really worth eating.
My favorite dish that we ate was the 0strich bolognese with tagliatelle, spinach, mushrooms, and shaved manchego. If you love gamy meats like venison, then you’ll love ostrich. My mouth is watering thinking about this dish– that’s how good it was.
Next, we decided to mix it up with the curry crab claw served with yellow basmati rice and marinated tomatoes in a coconut milk curry. I found out that South Africa has the largest Indian population outside of India, which is why there’s a lot of Indian influence in their cuisine. I wish I had a picture of it, but it was so good that we scoffed the dish once it was on the table lol.
Last but not least, we shared the 12 oz ribeye that was chipotle grilled with cilantro butter and served with lime potatoes and asparagus. The steak was seasoned to perfection and hit the spot.
Special thanks to Justin for hosting us for the evening.
Until my next food adventure!