For as long as I can remember, my family and I have always had Sunday brunch together. And every single week, we have the same thing: a baked potato; smoked salmon, various cheeses; and a simple salad made of cucumbers, bell peppers, and tomatoes dressed with olive oil and white vinegar. I know, I know, it's Russian and weird, but this is the brunch food that makes my mouth water. Over the years, I've perfected my technique: I cut the potato in half, scoop out the flesh, line the skin with smoked salmon, scoop in salad, and top my little "potato boat" off with evenly distributed sprinkles of feta cheese. That evenly distributed part is key-- thanks OCD.
After brunch last weekend, my mom and I wandered over to a SF vintage sidewalk sale. I scored a few awesome pieces, including this purse and the blouse you see below. Overall, a Sunday well spent.
- Vintage blouse (from SF vintage sidewalk sale- $5!)
- Gap white cami underneath blouse (bought on sale, no longer available. Buy similar here)
- Anthropologie skirt (Bought brand new on ebay for $10! No longer available)
- Anthropologie shoes (Bought on sale for $40. No longer available)