Whenever traveling for the blog, we always try to incorporate a fun meal in the middle of the day. Not only is the high-noon sun not conducive for taking quality outdoor photos, but a great lunch always ends up being something fun to look forward to after an early morning. Case in point, Holy Matcha San Diego.

Pink Halter Neck Lace Fit Flare Dress

Dress: Pink Lace Fit Flare Dress {similar here} // Bag: Cult Gaia Pink Ark Bag {also in this post}

Shoes: Sam Edelman Sheri Sandals // Belt: Gucci Logo Belt {last worn here}

Eyewear: Kate Spade Krystalyn Sunglasses // Jewelry: Suzanna Dai Luella Earrings

Bracelet: Giles and Brother Large Cortina Cuff


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Dress: Pink Lace Fit Flare Dress {similar here} // Bag: Cult Gaia Pink Ark Bag {also in this post}

Shoes: Sam Edelman Sheri Sandals // Belt: Gucci Logo Belt {last worn here}

Eyewear: Kate Spade Krystalyn Sunglasses // Jewelry: Suzanna Dai Luella Earrings

Bracelet: Giles and Brother Large Cortina Cuff


 

On our recent trip to San Diego, we started the day with a great cup of coffee and then spent the morning in La Jolla (more details here). By the time lunch rolled around, we knew that Holy Matcha San Diego would be the perfect spot. The drinks and light bites were the ideal fuel before an afternoon of exploring the North Park neighborhood. Beyond that, Holy Matcha San Diego is literally one of the most Instagrammable restaurants I’ve every seen! The drinks and food are as delicious as they are adorable (still dreaming of the donuts). The only thing cuter is the décor – millennial pink and palm print wallpaper for the win! While we were there, I struck up a conversation with a woman sitting next to us (a law professor), and she even recommended a cute mural nearby. Best of all, Geraldine (the owner), was there when we stopped in, and she was so lovely!

See more posts from our San Diego trip here, here, and here. Also, learn more about Holy Matcha San Diego via their website and Instagram account!

 

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