Wednesday, April 23, 2014

50 shades

Kymerah jacket. Chicwish dress. Danielle Nicole purse (similar here). Filthy Magic shoes. Sunglasses (similar here).

This outfit is so summer and yet so greyscale; I love the juxtaposition. My jacket is a fancy tropical print dinner jacket cut higher in the back, and when paired with my grey neoprene skater dress (made from the same material as my favorite Triangl bikini, mmm!), we've got ourselves the best summer contrast.

photography by Edward Pepper



Tuesday, April 22, 2014

sail

Reese bikini. Rails button up. Black Orchid jeans (similar here). Capwell + Co necklace (similar here). Koolaburra shoes.

I bought this bikini half a year ago and have been d y i n g to wear it ever since. Now that it's finally warm on a regular basis (although overcast on the day of this shoot), I've been able to rock it at the beach! It was a perfect match for my sailboat print shirt and a necklace that reminds me of a tangled fishing net. As for the Koolaburra shoes, they were my sponsors for Coachella this year. I haven't worn any other brand to the beach ever since. Also, sorry about all the twisted bikini straps...I was having too much fun playing!

photography by Randy Tran

Sunday, April 20, 2014

the rabbit and the serpent

Marcelo Buron tee. Stylestalker pants. Heels (similar here).

With streetwear, it's rare to come across a piece that is truly unique and surprising. Everything's been done before. But Marcelo Buron via Backroom wowed me with this realistic snake print tee in an oversized shape. You can roll up the sleeves and tuck in one corner of the shirt's hem for a more put-together feel or you can leave everything unrolled and untucked and pair it with thigh high socks or boots.

Happy Easter, little bunnies! I hope all of you have a fantastic day. I'm spending my day hunting for eggs and going down a slip 'n' slide with my friends so I know I will. What are your plans?

Until next time xoxo

photography by Randy Tran

Friday, April 18, 2014

city slicker

Rails flannel. Levi's denim jacket (similar here). Joe's Jeans denim (similar here). Best friend's shoes (similar here). Sunglasses (similar here). Baggu backpack.

Apologies for the late NY 'fit post! This was my near-daily uniform. I wore this outfit three times during my weeklong trip...sorry not sorry. It was the epitome of comfort, and I have to thank Rails for helping me pull it all together. Their luxurious flannels feel like they're made for babies, they're so insanely soft. I had no qualms about wearing them half the week.

photography by Coco Layne

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

adventuring

Three Modern Muses jumpsuit. MOJO backpack. Birkenstock sandals.

Here's an early look at a Coachella Weekend 2 outfit (I know I tweeted I didn't want to go to Weekend 2, but now I miss Weekend 1 so much I have to go back). A comfortable and stretchy jumpsuit that makes you feel like you're wearing pajamas and a lightweight, sturdy backpack go a long, long way for desert days.

How was everyone's Coachella? I know a lot of my readers are international, but I hope those of you who went had a blast. This was the first time in six years I didn't attend the actual festival itself and instead just went to the events and parties. I honestly had the time of my life (and I never say that!) with old and new friends. I felt so happy and content with the amazing experiences and people in my life and I came back with a newfound appreciation for everything I've been given. This is how every vacation should be. Definitely looking forward to the upcoming weekend.

Also, if you're 21+ and having serious Coachella withdrawals as well, swing by my Midchella party tonight! Click here for all the info and to RSVP. See you soon!

photography by Edward Pepper

Sunday, April 13, 2014

celestial beings

For Love & Lemons dress. Mom's ring.

During my NY visit, I finally got to meet up with photographer and internet friend, Brian Vu. Okay well we're not completely internet friends; we met three years ago because we were part of the same Coachella household (pretty cool story) but never really got to hang because he moved to New York soon after. For our shoot, he grabbed some crystals and prisms for a kaleidoscope effect and we snapped a couple photos in his bedroom and on his rooftop in Bushwick. It was actually quite windy and cold but the photos turned out really cool as a result. Special thanks to Rachel of I Hate Blonde for letting me borrow her dress and crash at her place so I'd only have to walk one block to Brian's pad in the AM!

photos by Brian Vu

Thursday, April 10, 2014

destroy the standard

Sam & Lavi dress. UNIF hat. Wishbone necklace (similar here). Windsor Smith shoes.

Feeling very Coachella/summer/my Thailand plans in August-ready in this breezy, unrestricted outfit. Nowadays, easy boho looks are what I love posting on my blog most--and now you can see even more of them on a new site I just joined, Favics. It's still in beta, so it's spankin' new, but I can already see its potential. It's like if Instagram and Twitter had a baby that decided to pursue fashion. With Favics, you have three profiles to choose from: Favic (blogger/fashion fanatic), label (designer), and photographer. Favics is cool because they're all about supporting the underground, the up-and-comer, the diamond in the rough (their motto is #destroythestandard). They know there are tons of people out there who have the potential to blow up if they just get discovered--well, here's your chance! I'm on Favics and so are a lot of other huge tastemakers. Future plans for Favics include functional blogging features, online stores, bidding, collaborations...the list goes on. Follow me on Favics here and make sure to make an account here.


photography by Edward Pepper



 
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