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Travel season is upon us, and we can’t help but daydream about our dream destinations. There’s nothing better than completely immersing yourself in a new culture, so it’s not surprising that we’re taking this to heart and starting early with a deliciously smooth beverage.

Meet the French Monaco: a super simple drink that all the cool-kids, up & down the River Seine, are sipping on. With an ingredient list consisting of just a few, fine flavors, it’s the perfect drink to help loosen your tongue as you brush up on your French. Simply, c’est si bon.

The French Monaco paired with Jasmyne:
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1 oz. pomegranate syrup
2 oz. lemonade
6 oz. pale lager

Add syrup and lemonade to an ice-filled shaker; shake and strain into a chilled beer glass. Top with beer.

November 5, 2014

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Tuesday usually means Shoesday here at ShoeDazzle, but today we’re shifting towards a higher purpose. Higher than our heels. We’re talking about today’s national general elections: if you’re not already pumped to partake in this political party, then try on this Elected Tunes for a little motivation. #TurnOutForWhat

Why not elect new styles? Click here to see the candidates.

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October 31, 2014

Halloween festivities are an all-night affair, so get it started with a little caffeine kick! Perfect for fall, the Cappuccino Sausalito is a deliciously rich blend of coffee, cocoa, cream, and amaretto. And depending on how much fun you have this Halloween, you may find yourself pouring a cup (or two) the next morning…

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED (serves 1)

1/2 oz Amaretto Liqueur
1/2 oz Kahlua Liqueur
1/2 cup Coffee
1/2 cup Hot Cocoa
Whipped Cream


Mix liqueur, coffee, and hot cocoa in a coffee mug. Garnish with a snowy mountain of whipped cream. Enjoy~

Halloween is just around the corner! Our favorite dress-up day is almost here and we can’t even hide our excitement. Get into the spirit and treat yourself to spine-chilling sounds and frightful faves: it’s the perfect playlist for while you prep or as you party!

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October 27, 2014

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October 24, 2014

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  1. @catcherinthestyle shows us how to lace up in the Larsa
  2. @everythinghauler takes a walk among Urban Lights in the Rochelle 
  3. @kokokritenn adds a hint of wine to upgrade her black ensemble with the Maddox 
  4. @sydnesummer shows us how to wear bordeaux head to toe in the Maori
  5. @tayehansberry kicks it in the Satine 
  6. @danielmusto throws it back to his KTLA segment showcasing trends from ShoeDazzle 

If you’re going to have a Halloween party, you’re going to need a Halloween drink. Go full-spooky with this Blood Red Apple cocktail, served in an adorably festive apple tumbler. It’s really simple too, so it’s especially perfect if you need a quick cocktail for your upcoming sinister shindig.

Bonus: would look great with a Sleeping Beauty costume. Shop festive looks now!

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WHAT YOU’LL NEED (serves 1)

2 oz apple cider
2 oz rum
1 tsp grenadine or maraschino cherry syrup
1 large apple
1 lemon


To create the apple tumbler/cup the drink will be served in, take a large apple and horizontally cut the smallest, level portion possible from the bottom of the apple so that the apple will sit flat (careful not to cut too much, or the drink will seep through the bottom). Cut from the top as well, making sure that the cut will create the widest opening for the cup. Scoop out the core and the insides of the apple, and squeeze a lemon over the exposed fruit to ensure the color does not turn.

Pour all liquid ingredients into a separate mixing glass filled with ice. Stir until well mixed and chilled, and then pour into the apple tumbler. Garnish with a cinnamon stick and serve.