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A Rare Occurrence

January 16, 2014

10 Crosby by Derek Lam coat, vintage blazer (underneath), vintage Rolling Stones band tee, AG Jeans high-waisted skinnies, Dr. Martens boots, Rag & Bone hat, Berry Brown purse
That late morning light is kind of my reason for living right now. It’s sort of been a rarity these past few days, so whenever the sun does sneak out and break through, I take advantage accordingly. And when I say take advantage I mean so in a running around and jumping for joy and drinking bubble tea on the corner street in Chinatown sort of way. The possibilities are endless. This coat has been suffering all sorts of extreme weather these past few weeks. Still in tact. Who knew that ombre checker print was as chic as fudge?? Mmmm. In other random news, this vintage tee reminds me that I got to throw together another playlist for ya’ll 🙂 New music is what gets this gal through her days, besides the occurrence of rare late morning sunlight. Occurrence. Occurred. Occurring. All the tenses of this word are looking like all sorts of loopy right now. Haven’t had my coffee yet guys. So sorry. 

Black Magic

January 13, 2014

Velvet maxi coat by Gypsy Junkies from Crossroads Trading Co., Lovers and Friends tee, Paige Denim skinnies, Natalie & Dylana Suarez x Modern Vice Vintage Jett Boots, Rebecca Minkoff purse, H&M beanie 
This velvet maxi coat is a Gothic-ridden dream from heaven. I’ve had the hardest time finding a coat of this length without breaking bank, so I was shocked, relieved and ecstatic to find this one at Crossroads Trading Co. in Williamsburg for a sweet price. And it’s designed by my lovely California friends over at Gypsy Junkies. Just spreading the love ya’ll. One black velvet piece at a time 🙂

Soho Snow

January 11, 2014
NYC winter has been quite unbearably arctic recently. Can’t feel my toes, my face and other parts of my body I never thought I wouldn’t be able to feel. ha. But there’s something undeniably dreamlike about the city with its soft layer of white. Even the muddy spots in the heart of tourist trodden Soho. Sunset in Nolita is like stopping still the time on your watch. Looking up at the red brick stone buildings through a hazy vision of your winter frosted breath makes a winter stroll through the city worth the possibility of frost bite. That’s why I love this city so much. An inspiring source of energy never stops being produced no matter what the temperature is outside. 
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