There are simply no words to describe this tiger print Iro bomber. I can’t even believe I contemplated buying this for as long as I did (2 weeks). I’m so lucky she was still waiting for me when it hit me, I had to have her.
Category: The Look
I have been a long time fan of Rebecca Minkoff. From cross body bags to her complete ready to wear contemporary collection, Rebecca has done it all! I stopped by the Grove in Los Angeles this past Friday to meet her and get myself a new RM mini cross body bag.
You know when you find a new song you really love, and all you want to do is hear that song over and over and over again. Maybe even play it 40 times. That’s exactly how I feel about this outfit.
Finally, LA is getting out of this season’s cold weather rut. I thought I would celebrate with my new Clover Canyon silk harem pants and matching blouse.
Lucky for me it’s completely acceptable to tie a flannel around your waist. The reason being is that it comes in handy when something has no belt hoops, and is massive on me.
And along came this incredible leopard print jacket…. I personally don’t get lucky at H&M, not sure why? Then I found her. The colors in this slightly cropped, bomber jacket are perfectly crisp and compliment the waffled fabric.
I planned to shoot this look last weekend on Melrose, but sometimes, plans change. I found myself at a new friends house in the middle of nowhere. Well, actually it was right off the highway, but it felt like we were in the middle on nowhere, in a good way.
Vintage band tees. Are we over them yet? I think I can speak for almost everyone by saying; this is a trend that is here to stay.
This is the last of my San Francisco photos that I took during my trip this past month. I spent part of the day in the back allies of SF’s China Town. Every store I went into had different treasures and knick-knacks. The streets were lined with bright colors and Chinese lanterns, which made for beautiful backgrounds in my photos.
Happy Saturday everyone!
There was absolutely no way around wearing a huge pea coat in San Francisco. By the second day I learned to cope with this and embrace the weather at all costs.