Happy Monday! I have never considered myself a "sporty spice" kinda gal (obviously I gravitated towards Posh with every other girl), but when I took these pictures I felt very Melanie C. This outfit was beyond comfortable and an easy go-to weekend look. I am all about this slouchy V neck sweater from Jigsaw London, so into it that one day I told Jackie to come down and buy it from me! We are such style twins; she has the navy and I have the charcoal. I can't wait to see the different ways that we each style this sweater! One thing that is not too sporty about this look is my ultra mini skirt. I love showing a bit ( or a lot depending how you look at it) of leg. What can I say, they are a great spring accessory! Speaking of legs, I am officially obsessed with my chucks. I remember being a little 15 year old scenester, going to shows in my beat up converse that I would write and draw on during class. Such a rebel. Now though, I'll be leaving the doodles on paper and I'll be attending events where hardcore dancing and sweaty adolescents are far far away. Hope y'all had a great weekend! Jackie and I did an awesome shoot with some friends yesterday, and can't wait to share!
Oh man, where has the time gone? Being the retail gal that I am, I have been super busy with work, but thankfully I had the day off and got to enjoy it in Chinatown with my sister and the boyfriend. While going out for the day, I always like to dress in layers, adding and shedding when the time is fitting. Recently, I've been wearing a lot of monochromatic outfits. I love the simplicity of neutrals, although they can be quite complex in execution. All one needs is the right structure of lines. The hem of the tulip skirt looks interesting and different when paired with the high low sweater.
I had so much fun with my sister. We always get a little silly when together.
So bummed she is leaving tomorrow!
I went to Renegade about a week ago to see my friend Molly, who was selling some of her awesome stationary and paper goods. While at the fair, I checked out some other booths and was so impressed by all the local crafters present. It was a fantastic experience and definitely worth checking out. Anywho...I snagged this super awesome wood phone case while there!
Special thanks to the boo for these pictures. <3
Have a fabulous New Year!
See ya in 2014.