Happy Sunday, guys! I am so excited to share this Styled Bridal Photoshoot that I was lucky enough to be a part of. Liz Franco is the mastermind behind these images, and I am continuously blown away by the talent she has for photography. I have never seen more whimsical, magical photos in my entire life and I am so flattered that she reached out to me for this opportunity. This day was a complete dream.
Hey guys! I gave myself a head start this year and have been hand-selecting a few Fall staples to get me through the season. This nude set from Skaira was such a steal. It would be perfect for work, just cover the top of the skirt with the sweater top. It can also be made a little sexier for date night with a peek at the waist. I like to mix and match the separates with other Fall closet staples to make completely new looks. It is also a huge plus that it is made out of a sweater material because it’s comfortable to be in all day, no matter where you’re running to!
Good morning, guys! And happy Monday. This past weekend I felt like I had the first real taste of Fall in San Francisco. The air was crisp, yellow leaves were blowing in the wind and… I reached for dark colors in my closet. I guess this is where I should warn you that you will be seeing lots of maroon and black in the next couple months. I blame it on the season.
Living in cozy knits with all of this cooler weather! It’s hard to find the perfect taupe sweater for Fall, so I am so glad that I found this one!! It is the perfect weight and is incredibly soft. I just want to curl up on the couch in it! I love the cutout detailing and how it effortlessly drops off the shoulder. The sweater is from HER Boutique and you can find it here!
This week I will be doing a round up of my outfits from my recent trip to Los Angeles. I wore this look with black flats on the flight, then swapped them out for these insane heels for a night out in DTLA. I love this look for traveling because it is incredibly comfortable, and effortlessly chic. It is perfect when you’re having to run from place to place, which was my life during this quick trip. I met up with Ryan Chua pretty much strait from the airport to snap a few pictures and to grab a quick dinner at Urth Caffé (try the Caravan Kale Salad and a Japanese Tea Latté). Ryan is a well-known street style photographer, odds are you’ve seen some of his pictures from NYFW, and we used to work together all the time when he lived in SF. However, he recently moved to L.A. and is absolutely killing it, so it was fun to get together and catch up!