When I first heard about the Rosé Mansion pop-up exhibit in NYC, my first thought was to call one of my rosé loving besties and reserve our tickets for the next day. When it comes to drinking rosé all day we do not fool around so we booked our tickets and were on our way!
My first question was, “How many different rosé tastings will there be?!”
To answer that question, we got to try 8 delicious rosés from all around the world! Plus you get to blend your own rosé! What’s cooler than that?! Safe to say, my perfect blend definitely matched my personality. It was light and sweet but also bold and zesty. My unique blend of palatable pink goodness danced on my tongue so beautifully.
Can we just take a look at this Rosé fountain for a minute? This is what a rosé lovers dreams are made of.
I love all things glitter so these are my type of champagne bottles. They even have angel wings! Am I in heaven??
My second question was, “What do I wear?!”
Anyone who knows me knows this is probably the most important question before attending any day-to-day activity or event. For those of you who already know about the Rosé Mansion, you know it’s an Insta Queens dream. For those of you just learning about it through my blog post, I am sure you can tell from all of my pictures that each backdrop is completely Insta worthy.
So what did I do in preparation to pick the perfect outfit? I did my research to see what some of the rooms looked like so that I would match most of the backdrops. I know what some of you are thinking…”Only you Christina, you are so high maintenance”. Some may call it high maintenance but I call it dressing to impress. Being a diva is not always a bad thing when you just want to look your best! My fellow fashion lovers I know you understand me. Outfit details and suggestions on what to wear are posted below.
Fun fact: I actually met a couple other bloggers in this room and they were looking all fierce with their legs sprawled across the bathtub. Meanwhile, here I am and I barely fill up half the tub. The only thing people were calling me was adorable…4’11 probs.
But hey, I was the only person able to lay across the tiny swing!
Here is a little slideshow of me after clearly listening to too much Sia and swinging from a chandelier.
Peep my bestie!!
Livin’ large babyyy
This was one of my favorite parts of the rosé tasting. You get to try a sweet rosé alongside rosé gummy bears! When you try both together it tastes absolutely delicious. Behind the cart is a scratch and sniff rosé wall, which made for a fun and interactive experience!
At the end of the tasting, I discovered that this is my new favorite rosé! It is light and fruity with watermelon, strawberry, and raspberry undertones…yum!!
My Outfit Details:
Dress: Aqua Floral Print Strapless Dress (It is on sale now for $61.60 and was originally $88)
Denim Jacket: Express
Crossbody: Navy leather bag from Florence, Italy but it looks just like a Stella McCartney!!
Heels: Jessica Simpson
*The pink glasses were a prop they had there so get those obnoxious shades on and work it girl!!
Sundresses are my favorite thing to wear in the summer. However, everyone was wearing something different so you can’t really go wrong with anything! If you want to match the theme, I recommend wearing something with pinks and purples in it. Whether girls were sporting dresses, shorts, or jeans- most were pairing a hot pink top or accessory with their outfit. If you think that’s too much pink then a pop of pink like I am wearing goes a long way! And yes…I matched my lipstick to my dress and the theme. I am wearing Rebel from Mac on my lips, which is a really pretty deep magenta. Here are some cute suggestions I have for you that I found online. If you are planning on going to the Rosé Mansion and are struggling with what to wear then hopefully these cute little finds will help!
You can also check out Etsy for rosé themed shirts!
So what are you waiting for?! The Rosé Mansion is open until October so get your tickets while you can! You can buy your tickets here: https://www.rosewinemansion.com/
Learn about the history of rosé as you try different kinds from around the world and take as many pictures as your little heart desires!