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Banana Oatmeal Protein Crepes

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Delicious Banana Oatmeal Protein Crepes in 5 easy steps: 
YOU WILL NEED:
2 cups of Oatmeal 1 Banana  2 cups of Almond Milk 1 Scoop of Protein 1 packet of Stevia  2 egg whites  2 Tbsp of Natural GreekYogurt  1 Tbsp of Nutella  1/2 cut of Blueberries 1 Tbsp of Cinnamon Powder 1 Blender  1 Skillet 1 Flipper 2 Small Bowls
Step 1: Blend Banana, Oatmeal, Almond Milk, Protein, Egg Whites, Stevia in a blender. Step 2: Oil a skillet and pre heat on stove top. Step 3:  Pour a thin layer of the mix onto the pre heated skillet until evenly cooked.  Step 4: Mix the Blueberries with the Greek Yogurt in a bowl and pour in a line down the centre of the crepe. Fold the crepe onto itself, overlapping at the top. Step 5: Place banana slices down the centre of the fold, then drizzle the heated Nutella over the top. Sprinkle Cinnamon Powder overtop. Remove from heat.  Enjoy! 

Mixing Textures for Fall

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Photography: Meagan Weatherby Photography 

DETAILS  I  Cardigan: Rick Owens  I  Mock Neck Bodysuit: Crystal Siemens  I  Bag: Givenchy I  Shoes: BCBG  I  Necklace: Jennea Jewelry  I  Ring:  Unknown


As sad as it is to say goodbye to summer, fall is the best season for mixing fabric textures to create a chic new wardrobe. This look is comprised of my five fave fall staples: 
THE LONGLINE CARDIGAN  Longline Cardigans and Jackets are everywhere this fall. It is important to mix the lengths of pieces, so they do not all end up at the same length, visually cutting your body.  For a longer, leaner look, try pieces underneath that fall either above your knee, or at the ankle. If the longer piece is structured, pair relaxed pieces with it. If the jacket is loose or oversized, pair fitted, or structured pieces underneath.   I like to mix unique textures, so this Rick Owens Cardigan caught my eye. I have had it for many seasons, yet still love the uniqueness of  it.  The slit textured front and back m…