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{outfit} That 70s Vibe



  Friday, October 6, 2017 at 7:30 AM   |    Post a Comment     Tagged:,,,,,,,,,,, 
I wore this a couple weeks ago for a blogger's night out event at Park and Oak Restaurant in West Hartford Connecticut.  It was a bit of a hike driving for an hour and a half but totally worth it. A few bloggers were invited by chef and co-ownder David Borselle to sample some of their popular dishes as well as some new items that will be coming this Fall! I'll share more about the event below my outfit.

When I got my Chloé Faye bag I knew I wanted to wear it with my crazy Saint Laurent patchwork blouse and Free People flares. It has such a fun 70s vibe about it. I decided to go a bit wild with my shoes and wore leopard print to add even more print to the look.

Silk Patchwork Blouse: Saint Laurent (eBay), Flared Jeans: Free People (Marshalls), Leopard Pumps: Cole Haan 'Chelsea' (Roundabout), Bag: Dark Purple Chloé Faye (eBay), Earrings: Mejuri
 'Loop' by Jamie-Lee, Moon Necklace: Marrin Costello

Now on to the food! Park and Oak opened on November 30, 2016 and they have been a hit ever since. I can see why because the attention to detail in the food is amazing! Chef David calls the style American comfort food with a chef's touch. Meaning they make comfort food, but with a twist to make it more creative. They also use responsibly sourced local ingredients to give customers the highest quality product possible. Now let's get on to the food!
Cheers!
Chef David walking us through what we're eating and how Park and Oak Restaurant started
Park & Oak's Pimento Cheese Dip
Park & Oak's Pimento Cheese Dip
Fried Green Tomato with feta cheese, pickled onion and sauce
Sustainably farmed trout with crab and corn succotash over jasmine rice - this was my favorite and is new for Fall
Sustainably farmed trout with crab and corn succotash over jasmine rice
Chocolate hazelnut tart with candied hazelnuts, caramel and espresso whipped cream
We also had a delicious roasted sweet potato with roasted peppers, chili pepper and cojita cheese,  but my picture came out too dark.

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8 comments:

  1. That dinner looks SO DELISH! And I love those flares on you. Such a cute outfit!

    By Lauren M

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  2. Oh very great outfit darling
    I love it the shoes~ All the photos about the food looks super yummy

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  3. That looks and sounds like such a fun evening (seriously, that food looks amazing) - and I totally love your 70s vibe outfit!

    Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

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  4. Ah I'm loving all the fall vibes in this look! Especially your gorgeous purse and blouse.
    Maroon is the perfect colour for right now, so chic!
    Lyndi
    www.stylecalling.com

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  5. Oh yum! What a fab night out - I really like the dessert (of course!) ha!

    I love your flares too - I haven't worn my flare jeans in a while. I really should get them out again before the weather warms up too much! Your Faye bag is just as perfect with this outfit as you thought it would be :)


    Hope you are having a great weekend :)

    Away From The Blue Blog

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  6. Amazing, this looks awesome! Love that pattern mixing and those fab rings :)
    xo Annie
    New England Romance

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  7. Love this look - all the pieces work so well together. And that was a great dinner - I'd definitely go back again soon if it wasn't so far!
    Chic on the Cheap

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  8. Those flares look amazing on you and what a cool shirt!

    District of Chic

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