Your Weekend Drinking Plans: Make This End-Of-Summer Sipper

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Treating yourself to a boozy brunch is all well and good, but when you're pinching pennies for a new fall wardrobe, then a bottomless session with your BFFs might not be in the cards. Thankfully, Julie over at Julip Made has just the thing to inspire your DIY drinking: a recipe for an Italian 77, which is just as light and floral as a French 75, but a little less fussy. Translation? You only need three ingredients, at least one of which you probably already have on hand. We think a round of these would definitely sweeten up an at-home brunch with your closest ladies. And hey, who cares if doughnuts are the only other thing on the menu? That new Wang bag isn't gonna buy itself, after all... (Julip Made)

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