Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the Museum of Ice Cream. It was a real-life Charlie and the Chocolate Factory experience – golden tickets and all. No the tickets are not actually gold-plated, rather they’re so desired that they might as well be. In fact, they sold out before the doors even opened to visitors! If you were lucky enough to score a ticket, don’t be surprised that there will be more tasting than learning involved. Your sweet tooth will thank you from the moment you enter the establishment.
museum exhibit features over 10 brilliant rooms and they’re all instagram-able. I can assure you that you’ve never seen anything “sweeter!” From carnival games, life-size gummy bears, floor to ceiling Pop Rocks, to a swimming pool full of sprinkles, here you will live your best “big kid in a candy shop” moment! Enjoy samples from Salt & Straw (yay no line), glitter coated cotton candy, and unicorn ice cream (that’s actually a thing) as you make your way through Candy Land.
Now that you know what to expect during a visit to the Museum of Ice Cream, it is time to discuss the attire! Definitely plan for pants with a stretchy waistband! When I think of candy, the color pink comes to mind. Maybe that is because I associate pink with bubblegum. Regardless, I had a funny feeling I would compliment the ambiance at the Museum of Ice Cream in this puff sleeve top. Luckily I was right! Add a few sparkles and you could have mistaken me for the cotton candy! No really though, you already know my feeling about cropped jeans…this time around I paired them with pearl embellished loafers. I still can’t believe I own a pair of flats. Who am I?!
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Top | Jeans | Loafers (sale alert!) | Purse | Earrings c/o | Watch c/o | Sunnies c/o | Bracelet c/o
Thank you to Valentina Bay Photography for capturing the moment and to RumbaTime for hosting me. Museum pics taken with my iPhone 7 Plus.
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