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April 2012


April 30, 2012

Top – YesStyle, Skirt – vintage, Cargo Jacket – White + Warren, Bag – Torregrossa, Boots – 80%20, Bracelets- Vanessa Mooney

Back from a weekend in NYC. Checked out the new Free People Rockefeller store finally, danced at The Jane with friends, discovered a brand new park (for ultimate chill time), and took our friend Tanya to the best Malaysia restaurant in town (we ate so much). Even on chilly spring days, I like to show some leg. Cargo, floral, and stripes never let me down. And a touch of plum (on both my bag and lips) goes a long way.


New Ceremony by Dry the River



April 26, 2012
Sweater – A + ro, Leather Jacket – True Religion, Skirt – H&M, Loafers – Dolce Vita, Bag – Rebecca Minkoff, Sunglasses – Nine West

What better way to cheer up some basic black tones on a gloomy day than with a few pops of pink? And how sick are these sunnies? I’m super picky when it comes to frames, but these retro ones I have on are pretty wild.

Heading to NYC this weekend to visit my sister and friends. Gonna catch a band we randomly met one night in Brooklyn a few months ago play Friday night, along with other things (havoc wreaking??). But don’t worry, we’ll also have plenty of time to take it slow in the city . . . just wandering the streets and people watching. This all sounds wonderful after the crazy busy work week we’re having right now.



April 25, 2012
The new Wildfox Kids lookbook melts my heart. Is this not sweeter than candy or what? Can I please be 8 again?

** Pictures from Studded Hearts



April 24, 2012

Shorts – Citizens of Humanity, Shirt – YesStyle, Blazer – H&M, Ring – Vanessa Mooney, Bracelet – vintage, Shoes – 80%20

Still not officially warm enough to go without tights when I wear my shorts, but that’s okay because these floral cutoffs by Citizens of Humanity give off spring vibes like no other. I wanted to keep things from looking to winter wear by throwing on my pastel pink blazer.

Just realized that I am verging on my one month mark here in Philadelphia. How crazy is that? Too much has happened since last May, and I don’t regret a thing. I certainly have grown a lot as a person, and I feel like I have made a true home for myself here. I couldn’t be happier anywhere else right now than in my sleepy little city on the east coast. My personal goals have grown enormously, and I see every single second as a second to savor. I find myself laughing every single day because there really is nothing to be sad about. Being away from California is hard sometimes, but the adventure of building up my individuality in a new city that I now see as a home is way more exciting. I just want to keep making the most out of each day, whether I’m working my butt off at work, focusing on special projects that infuse all of my passions,spending time with my friends and being silly, or dreaming up my next trip to someplace new. I’ve never felt more at ease with my life than right now (well, except when it comes to boys I guess), and that says quite a lot.

Happy Tuesday!

Thanks Cheryl for the pictures!

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