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My Cherie Amour

November 19, 2013

The last set of photos from my shoot with Sabrina Jetli in Central Park this past summer. I love the architecture that surrounds the fountain in Central Park because it reminds me of Europe, so I wanted to turn Sabrina into a French vision in lace to fit in with the theme. This vintage reconstructed wedding dress was the perfect fit, and a classic red lip and oversized hat completed the look. Our photo session really showed what a true chameleon Sabrina is! She went from 70s vixen to bohemian gypsy to French darling all within just a few hours! I hope to shoot this babe soon again, and see what other characters she can play 🙂
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If I Were A Unicorn

November 18, 2013

Forever 21 sweater, Kenneth Cole wool skirt, Natalie & Dylana Suarez x Modern Vice Chloe boots, A Tiny Touch necklace

I STILL JUST WANT TO BE A GYPSY WANDERER FAIRY UNICORN PRINCESS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just kidding. Wait, not really. Let’s just say that I tend to gravitate towards all that make the world appear more Lisa Frank folder-ish. This Forever 21 sweater does the trick. I DIY cropped it so that I could rock it with all my high-waisted things. Belly buttons are officially my new favorite winter accessory. Don’t judge. Aaaaaand, I haven’t worn ripped tights out in public since like two years ago, but sometimes you just have to embrace these sort of adolescent things. Oooooor just embrace the fact that I have yet to officially call myself a real grown up person. Tsk. Tsk. Super excited this week because I’m have California to look forward to at the end of the week. Jumping on a plane with my sister Friday evening to go home for some chill family time and work (hush hush for now!!!). I wish I had more than just 4 days to spend back home, but I feel super lucky that I even got this last minute opportunity to head back. Going to try to work in all my favorite Cali things during the short time I’m there (Venice beach bike rides, Santa Monica Promenade strolling, thrift shopping!!!!). It will all be worth the red eye flight that I will be taking on my return. I am a pro red eye flyer, just FYI. Gotta make the most of my time.

Currently, my legs still feel like jelly from walking the Williamsburg Bridge and just about everywhere else this past Saturday, on top of bike riding our way around the Upper West Side. The fact that the L train was down all weekend was just a better excuse to explore the city by foot a whole lot more. 

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Weekend Warrior

November 15, 2013

Nasty Gal Shoe Cult boots, Wildfox sweater, RD Style coat, vintage scarf and jeans, Richer Poorer socks, Rebecca Minkoff bag

Ready for the weekend again. By the time Friday rolls around, I’m always sure to stress the point that it was one heck of a week. But really I am never exaggerating. Working a full-time job, a blog, a social life, dates, gym time and maybe some chill time every once in a while is a lot of hard work! Sometimes I don’t even realize until I look back on what I’ve done. It’s been like this since the day I moved to the city mid-July. And now it’s nearing the end of November! It’s crazy! Things really are revving up and getting busier than normal, but I have some exciting things up my sleeve that I can’t wait to share with you all 🙂 It makes all the no sleep worth it! And now, here’s to another weekend full of warrior looks and adventure 🙂 

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That Chill 90s Vibe Yo

November 15, 2013

The 90s really was everything. The music spoke of youthful rebellion. Funny fitting jeans and embraced androgyny. Bare faces and alternative apparel. I remember when I was just a kid in the late 90s, looking up to my older peers and the teenagers of my local neighborhood in the suburban valley outside of Los Angeles. I learned so much from cable tv and the Internet, two defining factors of media during this decade. News spread faster and music became more visible. MTV. The Red Hot Chili Peppers. The first rock band that I really jammed to, even though I had on idea what they were really singing about. All I knew was that I liked that long haired, brown haired guy who didn’t wear a shirt a lot and liked to jump around. Oh man, Saved By The Bell.  Oh Zack Morris how I loved you in those high-waisted mom-ish jeans 🙂 WAYNE’S WORLD. I’m not worthy. Seriously. Really, if you know me, you know how much the 90s have rubbed off of me. I reference it at least 20 times a day. I love the 90s. 
**All images found off Pinterest
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