Galentine’s Day | Veuve Clicquot Rosé

Galentine’s Daé and rosé? Count me in. This Valentine’s Day, I’m partnering with world-renowned champagne house, Veuve Clicquot, to share how to master the ultimate girl-power themed Galentine’s Day.

But first, let’s start with a math problem (don’t run just yet — this one’s fool proof): Rosé = the new baé. See, I told you that you couldn’t fail!

You’ve tried rosé. You’ve had plentyyy of champagne to go around. But have you EVER tasted a hybrid of the two? I’m guessing that’s a no, so I’m here to give you a newsflash that a marriage of the two exists. Plus, Veuve Clicquot offers a very special edition of rosé, which comes prettily-packaged in a secret message box, so you can tell your crush or your BFF just how much they mean to you with a fun note. Now that’s chic. You’ll find my honest thoughts on the combo after you peruse through my styled shoot below!

Scroll down for some very posh, pink, and perfect-party inspiration, which came to life thanks to Veuve Clicquot (and my friend Hannah’s STUNNAH of an apartment. ATTN: all home decor magazines — #primecontent). Anddd, I’m also sharing my newest graphic-tee obsession, which happens to be v appropriate for a day spent celebrating your fierce, fabulous, and empowered gal pals.

Happy (and responsible) drinking awaits!

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Hey, bartender! ^^

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Hannah’s coffee table perfection ft. Kendra Scott for the home ^^

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photography: lauren brown 

rosé courtesy of veuve clicquot

t-shirt courtesy of tosave.com

lipstick courtesy of benecos (in first love)

And now, a quick history lesson. In 1818, Madame Clicquot crafted up the first blended Rosé by mixing some red wine into champagne (smart woman), which has bubbling notes of fruity flavors that celebrate the brand’s timeless taste and refined style. Some blends are even nine years old, and we know that everything gets better with age.

So, what are my thoughts on this rosé? If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you’ll want to grab some juice and mix yourself up a mimosa because it’s on the dry end, which is certainly not a problem. And if you’ve got a more refined palate, you’ll be obsessed. And that T-shirt I’m wearing? Courtesy of tosave.com.

Now, I hope you’re ready to pop, fizz, clink a little more stylishly with some Veuve Clicquot rosé in honor of cupid this year.

Cheers!

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