Thursday, October 18, 2012

Frocktails: Feeling Passionate

I think Lisa Turtle of Saved by the Bell once discussed the value of matching a drink to an outfit, so you can thank her for this new monthly feature: Frocktails. Hopefully, I'll provide you with a little fashion and libation inspiration that you can enjoy separately or simultaneously.

In Paris, I had a passion fruit martini at our hotel bar and it was delicious. The flavor was bright and tropical and the color was so striking. I've been craving one ever since we got home.

Now about that dress, it's from ModCloth and is available is several colors, including the bold mustard shade above. It's soft and comfortable, but has a Mad Men sort of vibe which goes so nicely with a martini in hand.

Passion Fruit Martini

2 oz. passion fruit juice
2 oz. vodka
1 oz. lime juice
1 oz. simple syrup

Chill martini glass. Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker, fill with ice and shake until the shaker is frosty. Strain and serve. Garnish with the fruit of your choice, I used kiwi. Serves one.

ModCloth's Work with Me dress found here. Locket found here.


  1. I am shopping right now, martini when I get my dress

  2. gorgeous dress!!

  3. Such a cute idea for a blog feature! LOVE the dress!

  4. Puns, drinks, and a Saved by the Bell reference. So many good things in one post.

  5. I'm looking forward to more frocktails! Great idea!

  6. Great idea!! The dress is darling on you....

  7. This whole thing is GENIUS. This right here is my favorite color, and I looove the dress--it's so flattering on you, too! I'm looking forward to more drinks and dresses in this series.

  8. The cocktail sounds delicious and that dress is to-die-for! Love the color, cut, and simplicity!

  9. Beautiful color!

  10. I love the idea of matching a dress and gorgeous! I love Modcloth too and Mad Men style clothing, I have a divine dress coming form etsy all the was from the US to NZ...and matching shoes of course so I will just have to make a frocktail to welcome them, cheers



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