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(via Nastygal)
I desperately wish I was wearing that adorable sweater dress and running around with balloons.
I might be a year older today, but never too old for balloons. I can’t wait for my birthday road trip down the coast this weekend. I have an unhealthy obsession with roadside motels and rundown towns on the verge of abandonment. The 101 offers up a slew of kitchy destinations sure to keep a road trip/vintage/antique/crap junkie busy.
Our destination is the Madonna Inn, definitely the swankiest roadside motel, followed by a stay at the Sycamore Springs Resort for some mineral spring water tub action.


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(skirt-Topshop, sweater-Nastygal, boots- c/o Need Supply, turban- American Apparel scarf, bag- Zara, blue ring- Crossroads)
A quick rainy day photo shoot. It started raining the moment Sam and I met up for our lunch date, but I couldn’t let it spoil my plans.
Sometimes you just have to work with what you have, especially when you work full time while also trying to run a blog.
I’m in love with these boots that Need Supply gifted me. I never saw myself as a combat-style type boot girl, but these have totally given new possibilities to my wardrobe.
They’re the perfect cure for overdressing.


Here are some photos from the Art of Fashion Foundation competition fashion show.
The Art of Fashion Foundation is a nonprofit organization, dedicated to international cultural exchanges through a variety of events meant to facilitate critical thinking among artists, designers, scholars and students.

The foundation puts on their annual competition to expose
and support emerging fashion design students from all over the world. The foundation
offers internships and scholarships to the winners of the competition,
while introducing them to industry professionals.

These are just a few of my favorites, but I truly enjoyed all of the creative designs that came down the runway.

(dress- c/o Erin Fetherston, sweater- Forever 21, stockings-Forever 21, shoes- c/o Pierre Hardy for Gap, bag-vintage, vest- Zara, necklace-vintage)
Sunday mornings are always the same. A paper shared over a lox bagel and coffee from Thad’s Cozy Cafe, a walk with the pup and stop over at leftovers for the thrill of a good vintage find.
This Sunday was no exception.
Since the holidays are fast approaching, I find myself sneaking glitzy pieces into my daywear.
It’s getting me into the holiday spirit.
Best part of the season? The pink Christmas lights Sam bought me!

(sweater-Nastygal, dress-H&M, belt-c/o American Apparel, fuzzy hood- c/0 C/FAN)
Ok, not a huge photo post like promised.
Crappy weather has really been cramping my style.


Hey Bay Area readers!
Come out and support the Art of Fashion: San Francisco in Fashion Mode.
It will be a night of innovative designs and cutting-edge fashion at San Francisco in
Fashion Mode – the 9th annual Arts of fashion foundation international student fashion show and competition. San Francisco in Fashion Mode will be held on Tuesday,
December 7th at 7PM at the iconic Bently reserve (301 Battery street).
Fashion Mode offers 55 selected students from around the world the opportunity
to showcase two looks on the runway.

This year, Fashion Mode’s theme focuses on the idea of being “Uniquely Untrendy”.
The Arts of fashion foundation is in search for the next generation of creative fashion minds
who escape trends and find their own vision and genius to bring something new to the market.

San Francisco in Fashion Mode boasts an impressive guest list of established and rising designers from the United states, Europe, and Asia, who
will participate in the symposium and the fashion show competition. MANISH ARORA, the creative indian designer who has taken Paris and London by storm, will preside over the symposium and jury. Other guest designers include: MATTHEW AMES (who shows his collection at new York fashion Week), MATTHIEU bLAZY (current Creative design Assistant for raf simons), DAVID DUbY (a freelance designer for Yves saint Laurent and Lanvin and the current assistant to Anthony Vaccarello), JULIE PERRIN (a freelance accessory designer for Hermès and the current Creative design Assistant for Jerome dreyfuss), LAURENCE TEILLE (former Creative design Assistant for Martin Margiela himself), AURORE THIbOUT (a former Creatice design Assistant of Martin Margiela himself and now presents her collection in Paris) and ANTHONY VACCARELLO (a former fur designer for fendi under Karl Lagerfeld
and now presents his collection in Paris).

Tickets are available by visiting the San Francisco in Fashion Mode website at In Fashion Mode . Tickets are $75 for students with valid id or $150 for the general public. Tickets must be purchased online and picked up at Will Call the day of the fashion show. The tickets
offer an all-access pass with floor seating on the main floor.