Houston is the most ethnically diverse city in America.Houston is also home to over 10,000 restaurants, which makes it the perfect place to be for lunch, dinner and everything in between. The food choices in Houston represent more than 70 countries and American regions.
I asked Dana to join me for brunch at La Table, a multi-level destination housing a French-American restaurant, bar and bakery.
To rival the uniqueness of this restaurant with fashion, Dana and I coordinated in dresses called Candy Bottle, from renowned Japanese brand, Metamorphose.
This brilliant brand originated in Osaka, Japan and the dresses are designed by Taira Chinatsu, the Chief Designer at Metamorphose.
To start off, we shared La Table’s Orange Blossom Brioche French Toast made with Almond Crust, Whipped Cream and Berries. Can I just say AMAZING? It was exactly so.
When I asked Designer Taira Chinatsu why she wanted to create the Candy Bottle print, she explained the design is inspired by colorful candy shops from the West, and everyone loves candy!
My arm candy is the Louis Vuitton Rose Ballerine Brea MM
For dessert, we tried the Raspberry Tart, with pistachio cream and candied pistachio. Delightful!
“The Candy Bottle print is inspired by colorful candy shops from the West, and everyone loves candy!”
– Taira Chinatsu
Dana‘s hat is also from Metamorphose and matched perfectly with her outfit.
Dress: Candy Bottle Lace UP
Headpiece: Logo Ribbon Straw Hat & Candy Bottle Hair Clips
Cardigan: Metamorphose short sleeve Cardigan