At the end of last year I was so excited to finally able to make a trip to the Museum of Ice Cream. In case you haven’t heard about it I highly recommend checking out their Instagram here . The Museum of Ice cream is an interactive millennial pink, photogenic, museum experience. The museum is composed of over ten rooms some complete with ice cream snacks!
One of the first rooms is comes decorated with cotton candy clouds and floating cherries. The best part is they give you cotton candy!
The sprinkle pool comes later on in the attraction and is SERIOUS fun! The pool comes equip with inflatable floaties and a diving board. However, one thing I should mention is that you have a set 5 min time in this attraction and the sprinkles get everywhere. So take photos QUICKLY and really brush off.
Rock Candy room comes with MOIC employees that will gladly take your photo and blaring Beyoncé music. Its safe to say that I LOVED it!
This wall paper was bananas! Popsicle wallpaper + popsicles coming out of the wall is a winning combo.
The Museum of ice cream is a cute pop-up with plenty of chances for photo ops however its not really a Museum. Personally, I loved it but if you are expecting a traditional Museum experience like SFMOMA you will be disappointed. The museum is filled with a unique combo of young children and their parents mixed with adults taking a photo op.
Once a quarter Modcloth has their “Stylish Surprise” promotion. They offer several categories that you can choose from ranging from shoes to dresses. Surprise items are offered at a steep discount, but are nonreturnable . I usually participate twice a year and have yet to be dissatisfied. My favorite category is shoes but this year I was too slow in ordering and missed out in that category. Instead opted for three surprise dresses (cost 20$ per dress) and one surprise apparel item (15$).
Stylish surprise 1: I had actually had my eye on this dress a few months earlier and was thrilled to receive it. Dress was originally online for $69.
Stylish Surprise 2: This dress was my least favorite of the bunch because I tend to avoid quarter sleeves and did not like how thin the viscose fabric was. However I loves the floral pattern on it.
Stylish Surprise 3: Kenzie black sequined dress. My first thoughts about this dress was that it would be absolutely perfect for a holiday party. Original retail value $99.
Stylish Surprise 4: This top was a pleasant surprise. I don’t have many “fancier ” lace tops and was happy to get one. The quality seemed great and for 15$ I couldn’t beat the price. Brand was Vero Moda.
Overall I was very happy with what I received. Next time I will definitely have to be faster with the shoes! But for their value I would say it was worth it. Plus there’s always something fun about anticipating a surprise coming in the mail. Shop for Vintage-style clothes at Modcloth!
When it comes to my personal style I’m inclined to favor a more feminine look with plenty of novelty prints and accessories. Some of my favorite clothing brands include Retrolicious, Bernie Dexter, Free People and pretty much any brand that Modcloth carries including their in house one. As far as accessories Betsey Johnson and Sleepyville critters are my prefered pics. Modcloth in particular is one of my go-to places to places for tops and skirts. They have one of the best collections of unique patterned skirts and tops