Will You Accept This (F)Rosé?

Every Monday night my girlfriends and I get together to watch the Bachelorette – it’s one of my favorite summer traditions! We drink wine, eat snacks, gossip, and sometimes pay attention to what is going on 😉 So, what better way to celebrate the season finale than by wearing my Betches “Will You Accept This Rosé” shirt?! It’s a feminine black muscle tank that drapes for a super flattering fit. Shop Betches doesn’t sell this shirt anymore so I’ve linked a few other options to celebrate “the most dramatic season” so far!

I styled this top with my Joe’s Jeans Pixie A Line Denim Skirt. This light wash button up skirt has dark indigo patch pockets and front seaming details. The dark tank styled with this lighter denim looks amazing together – AND good news – this skirt was originally priced at $148 and now it’s on sale for just $74 through Joe’s Jeans’ online website. It gets better though… I found it for even cheaper, $40 bucks to be exact! Link below 🙂

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My mom and I also decided to celebrate Rachel’s season coming to an end by making some frozen rosé, or what everyone likes to call frosé! The recipe we followed was pretty simple… I would say it only takes about 5-8 minutes in total to complete! (The clean-up is super easy as well)

Ingredients include:

  • 2 handfuls of strawberries
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • 1 Lemon (& lemon strainer if you want)
  • 1/2 bottle of rosé wine
  • Ice
  • Blender

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To begin, get your strawberries and make sure you wash them. Once you do this, slice them and cut their stems off. While you’re slicing the strawberries you can also slice the lemon you have into 1/2. When you finish, take two handfuls of the strawberries and toss them into the blender!

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After this, squeeze 1/2 the lemon juice either straight into the blender or through a lemon strainer to avoid lemon seeds. Then add one teaspoon of sugar into the blender as well. After these steps add around four handfuls of ice.

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Lastly, all you need is your rosé! The recipe calls for pouring about half of the bottle into the blender. You can choose whichever rosé you like – my favorite is Whispering Angel. You then turn on the blender and blend the ingredients for about 30 seconds. Once it’s done, you pour into your glasses and enjoy! 😉 My mom and I cut the strawberry stems and added them to our wine glasses for a fun little garnish! Happy celebrating and cheers 🙂

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