Casual Friday - Denim shirt and yellow oxford

Hello guuuuys! :D

It’s Friday again. Phew.

And despite this Friday is pretty rushed around here, Friday is always Friday and still a happy day! :D

Next Friday I’m traveling to USA. I’m going to Las Vegas, Orlando, New York and Washington DC. And despite I’ve already been in Orlando and Washington before, and have lived in New York for a while (my favorite city in the whole world by the way), it’s ALWAYS SO GOOD COME BACK! And this time I’m traveling with some of my best friends, so I’m sure it’s going to be amazing!

I’m very excited and running out with the preparations, and of course, I need to let everything done here at work. But I know, every little thing is gonna be all right.

And NEXT Friday I’ll be on a plane!! Tchu tchu tchu (dancing on my chair)

Well, this post is about the outfit, right? So, the outfit.

I like this outfit because is a good option for work. I like the combination because it keeps the look “OK” to work, but it shows a little bit of me and who I am. Not to mention that it is also “Cool” for the happy hour after work. So, it’s double good. ;)

And P.S. I love this yellow shoe.


Skirt: F21 | Shoe: Dafiti/Santa Lola (similar) | Denin Shirt: Old (similar) | Headband: Homemade |  Necklace: Gift from my sis ♥

See you guys. :D

Love, Deborah



Pasta recipes: Garlic olive oil spaghetti

Last month was my father’s birthday and as usual we had a big lunch on Sunday for the whole family with probably too much food and too much chocolate cake.

This year he prepared steak parmigiana and garlic olive oil spaghetti. Plus rice with sausage, smashed potato and Salad (Phew). But as I always rather pasta with tomato sauce I wasn't very thrilled with the spaghetti and I was more excited about the steak parmigiana.
But it ended up that the Garlic Olive oil spaghetti was the success of the menu (without disdain the superdelicious steak parmegiana, of course).

Obviously that I helped to prepare everything in the day, with second thoughts, to learn the tricks and prepare it at home later.
Last week I decided to test my great knowledge in garlic oil pasta and I made it all by myself at home.

The results? My dad would be proud!

Here is the recipe:

Garlic olive oil spaghetti – serves 2

  • 7 oz of spaghetti pasta (I used whole grain spaghetti but I truly believe that it would be good with any kind of pasta)
  • 6 garlic clove or 1 ½ tablespoon of sliced garlic
  • 2 tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/4 cup olive oil
  • Basil leaves
  • Salt to taste
  • Black pepper to taste
  • Grated cheese (optional)

Prepare the pasta following the instructions of the package. After it’s ready, drain the pasta and reserve.

Chop the garlic. In a pan, saute the garlic in olive oil until golden brown. Be careful to not too fry. It should be golden and not fried, so when it begin to appear fried / dry, switch to low heat and, in the same pan, add the spaghetti.

Add the Worcestershire sauce, salt and black pepper and the basil leaves. Mix carefully to not crush the pasta.

Taste the salt and add more, if it’s necessary.

Serve with grated cheese if you'd like.