February 2013 | Footnotes and Finds

Thursday, 28 February 2013

peanut butter french toast

peanut butter french toast

Peanut Butter French Toast

Ingredients:

2 slices of bread
2 eggs whipped
1 tablespoon milk
a pinch of cinnamon 
creamy peanut butter to taste
1 banana
handful blueberries (or anyother topping you enjoy)
some syrup and whipping cream to top

Instructions:
  1. whip up 2 eggs in a large bowl or container 
  2. add 1 tablespoon of milk and pinch of cinnamon to it and mix
  3.  make a peanut butter sandwich using the 2 slices of bread and peanut butter
  4. immerse the sandwich in the eggs, flipping over so both sides are covered in egg
  5. grease a small frying pan with butter and place the egg covered peanut butter sandwich on the pan - cook both sides of the sandwich on medium heant
  6. that's it! done! enjoy with sliced banana, some blueberries, syrup and whipping cream or any other topping you enjoy!

    - Tript

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Friday, 22 February 2013

statement scarf part 2

statement scarf

Statment Scarf // H&M
Sweater // Joe Fresh

statement scarf

statement scarf

statement scarf

statement scarf

statement scarf

statement scarf

{Remix} I wore this scarf in last week's blog post: Statement Scarf


So it's the return of the statement scarf that I shared with you all last week here. I just love this scarf so much and so it makes another appearance on this blog! This time I chose to pair it with my favourite purchase this winter, this Joe Fresh maroon sweater. I've been down with the cold this week and have been catching up with some TV shows finally!

 Here are some shows that I've been watching:



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Tuesday, 19 February 2013

3 ways to do leopard print








leopard mix

LOOK 1: SMART HIPSTER
Smart hipster

In the blog post: The Leopard Touch I talked about how leopard screamed Fran Drescher from the Nanny to me and I wanted to work with the print to make it comfortable for me to wear. Thats where this look, the smart hipster, came in to being. I think it helps sub-due the leopard print and the pop-of-colour adds to it and in the end, I think its a smart looking outfit!

LOOK 2: SCHOOL DAY CASUAL

School day casual

Well, I know that I would wear anyone of these 3 outfits to school on any given day but I also know that not everyone has the energy nor motivation to wear looks 1 and 2 especially when everything feels like its due and crumbling around you. So this look in the blog post: Style inspiration: Deepika Padukone's Cocktail, is what I think would be perfect on any given day or time of a semester of school. Its both causal and easy to wear and above all its as effortless as it looks!

LOOK 3: PREPPY DAY OUT
Preppy day out

jewellery details 
 I remember when the leopard trend first arose couple of years ago I was hesitant to pick it up and not only that I made it clear that wearing gold and leopard made me think of a time in the 80s that I would have liked to forget. But, then I learned that its all about how you put things together. In this blog post: Of all the golden animals I tried to create an outfit that worked prints on prints and gold on leopard and I feel I came up with a preppy look that encompassed the leopard print (which, before this post, I thought was near impossible!)

-prabh
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Wednesday, 13 February 2013

new york fashion week

It's Fashion Week in New York so that means I get to lovingly gaze at beautiful pieces created by designers and wish that I could afford and get a chance to wear them. I wanted to share some of my favourites so far.

Jenny Packham:



Marc Jacobs:





Karen Walker:




Brood RTW:




Valentino Spring 2013 Haute Couture:




Noon by Noor:




Suno RTW Fall 2013:




Timo Weiland:




3.1 Philip Lim FW13:




Oscar de la Renta:



-Amrit
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Monday, 11 February 2013

statement scarf

statement scarf

scarf // h&m
shirt // h&m basics
tights // h&m
silver bangle/cuff // from India

statement scarf

statement scarf

statement scarf

statement scarf

statement scarf

Although the rest of Canada is experiencing snow storms, we are experiencing a nice warm winter, temperature being on average 4-6 degrees Celsius  It never really gets as cold as the rest of Canada here on the west coast, but this is definitely one of the warmer winters as of late. I do miss wearing my chunky knit scarfs over my chunky knit sweaters. I purchased this bright coloured warm wool scarf from our road trip to portland over the summer. It's super warm and cozy and a fun way to brighten up a outfit in the winter!

speaking of winter and winter accessories, don't forget to head over to our Count To Four Etsy Shop for some cute knitted accessories to add to your winter wardrobe! >>>> www.counttofour.etsy.com

I've also put together a collection of bright and fun scarves that will liven up your winter outfit: 




- Tript

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Thursday, 7 February 2013

of all the golden animals


of all the golden animals
Top- Zara
Leopard print body con- Sirens
Gold Collar- H & M
Mint and Gold bracelet- H & M
Stud Bracelet- Aldo
Sun glasses- Vintage
Shoes- Enzo Angiolini


of all the golden animals

of all the golden animals

Gold Collar

of all the golden animals

Jewellery details

of all the golden animals


jewellery details

Confession: I don't really like dogs. 
Now, before you call me heartless and say "but they're so cute!" I want you to try and understand that an attack from a dog in my childhood has ruined all dogs for me...so blame that dog for my dislike! 
Dogs however, couldn't ruin this mint blouse for me...I kind of even found the dog cute on it...it made the shirt really whimsical and more so the outfit.



prabh
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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

featured on Silk by Fawad Khan site

count to four feature on silk by fawad khan site


count to four feature on silk by fawad khan site


So do you remember our "My colour-block birthday in Silk by Fawad Khan blog post"? Well, Silk by Fawad Khan decided to feature us on their site! We are so honoured to be featured on their "Silk on the street" section on their facebook site.  We love their pieces, and if you have the time, we definitely recommend checking them out, they are based in Pakistan!

*note this is not a sponsor post, we just love their designs! 

Silk by Fawad Khan


  Follow: facebook // twitter // bloglovin // pinterest // lookbook // etsy  

- Tript
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Friday, 1 February 2013

loose sweater + tight skirt

loose sweater + skirt

loose sweater + skirt

loose sweater + skirt

loose sweater + skirt
Sweater: Forever 21 (similar here)
Skirt: H&M (similar here)
Shoes: Night Market
Watch: Swarovski
loose sweater + skirt

loose sweater + skirt



I love wearing big comfy sweaters and this one is extremely comfy, soft, and fuzzy! Now, since this sweater was quite loose-fitting I decided that pairing it with a tight skirt would look nice. This outfit still keeps me warm in these colder months and looks cute at the same time. I love the little pop of neon pink in the sweater as well!

-Amrit
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