Wednesday, October 22, 2014

nostalgia

Sam and I are on a mission to fulfill our dream of owning and restoring an Airstream. We've been doing research and trying to gather as much information as possible. As part of the "research" we stayed in a cute Santa Barbara Airstream hotel. It was the perfect getaway to cement our goal. 
We had a chance to checkout different layouts and customization options, as well as get a realistic sense of how big of a trailer we'd want. We've narrowed it down do either a Bambi or the elusive Globetrotter made somewhere between 1945-1969, but at the end of the day we just want an Airstream of our own. 
There's something so intoxicating about the idea of the open road. At a time where many of my friends are buying houses and having babies, I have an urge to simplify my life and re-discover the world around me.  We all choose different roads to find fulfillment and maybe this is mine.

Wearing: Sweater - H&M, skirt - Stylestalker, ring - Wanderlust + co


Tuesday, October 21, 2014

graphic

 Managed some light layering for a mildly cool day. Don't be surprised if you notice these shoes permanently glued to my feet. They're perfection.
Wearing : Shorts - Fifteen Twenty, shirt - Eqipment, sweater -  Parker, shoes -Thakoon Addition, bag - Finds, rings - Wanderlust + co
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Monday, October 20, 2014

iconic


When I think of an iconic rock 'n' roll look I always circle back to the likes of Bianca Jagger and her sophisticated take on a wild lifestyle. Her look was effortlessly cool and oozing with confidence. I decided to recreate her vibe for a night out with my boo. I mixed an elegant feather trimmed blazer with leather pants and a dark smokey eye finished off with Rimmel ScandelEyes Rockin' Curve Mascara. It was  a knockout look that even Sam couldn’t resist.

Wearing : Pants - All Saints, blazer - Tibi, shoes - Tibi, bag - Finds, necklace - Maria Black, rings - ANTHOM, Wanderlust + co
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Sunday, October 19, 2014

sunday bites

Found a new way easy and healthy way to cook my eggs. The technique is called En Papillote but that's just fancy for baked in parchment paper.  There no recipe. Just throw your favorite breakfast bits like bacon and potatoes on to some parchment paper, crack some eggs over it and season.  Fold in all of the edges of the parchment paper to create a little envelope for your egg dish. Bake in the over at 400 for 10-15 minutes. Tip: Cut the parchment paper into a heart like shape and spread the ingredients on one side and use the other as the "top" of your envelop. 

Happy Sunday!


Friday, October 17, 2014

Flower Friday

Today I'm sharing a few images that have been persuading me into creating an extravagant fall arrangement. Hopefully I'll have some free time to pay a visit to the flower markets soon.

Images via Pinterest