Summer is fading out in the distance and before its fully through I wanted to feature one more summer in SF look. I found this graphic bodysuit at Charlotte Russe; The pastel tie dye is so fun and has a subtle 60’s influence to it. Pairing it with a denim jacket and skirt is a little bit of a Canadian Tuxedo , but I don’t think its too cheesy.
The sun was shining pretty bright while were shooting these images, it was tough keeping my eyes open :p Before I purchased this purse I thought it might be too novel for everyday use, but the neutral color and fun shape works perfectly with most of my outfits. To add a bit of personality I added a retro handkerchief that I picked up at the SF Vintage Paper Fair. Its actually happening again this weekend, so if you’re a big fan of vintage like I am you must check it out!
About a month ago, a few girlfriends and I took a two-hour ride to Woodville California to frolic in the warm sun and beautiful flower fields…and because I fancy myself as a blogger and sunflower posts were blowing up my Instagram feed at the time, I of course had to partake in this summer photoshoot trend. (pictures coming up!).
I’ve never seen so many sunflowers in my life and since yellow is one of my favorite colors, I couldn’t help from smiling the entire time. Miles of these yellow beauties provided the perfect summer backdrop to go with my all white outfits. I accessorized with comfy heels, vintage earrings and colored shades that have major 90’s vibes.
As of late I’ve been trying to be as healthy as I can be with my diet due to my impending doom (just kidding for my wedding). I’m trying on wedding dresses in a few months and I have a bit of tightening up to do (blog posts to come on my fitness journey!)
Even with my discipline – trying to eat healthy, weekly workout classes, etc. I still do remember to treat myself, which brings me to Homeroom.
Delicious, delectable, a cheese lover’s heaven – this restaurant specializes in grown-up Mac & Cheese. Options on their menu include Jalapeño Popper Mac, Siraracha Mac, and the Smokey Bacon Mac. Not to mention the hundreds of custom combos you can create mixing and matching their add-ones.
I’ve had two friends rave about the food and cool/laid back atmosphere, and after seeing yet another insta-post I decided to head over on a sunny Sunday afternoon.