If I had to wear only one brand this season it would definitely be AYR. I haven't taken these jeans off since I got them on Thursday. Actual comfortable, figure flattering high-waist denim? After a few bad experiences I had convinced myself that was a fashion urban legend.
I'm all about loafersright now. They are the Birkenstocks of fall and no girl should be without a pair of these comfy classics in her closet. I like to wear mine with skinny jeans, shorts or a pencil skirt and then keep things boyish on top with a button down or sweatshirt.
I always hear people giving bloggers ish about posting too many photos of themselves but it's actually incredibly difficult to sift through a bunch of pictures that all look relatively similar and make a decision at least it is for an indecisive person like me. I chalk this behavior up to laziness as opposed to narcissism and I thank you for not judging me for posting ten shots on one look today.
It's a pretty nifty look if I do say so myself. I'm feeling like my style these days is really "little, british school boy off-duty" if I had to give it a label and I think it's deserving of 100 different images but then again my photographer can make anything look cool.
Last week I was sent this new case from SONIX and I was so excited because the palm trees were 1000x more visually appealing than the comically large Otter Box I've had on my I-Phone 5 since I bought it. But there was a problem, try as I might I could not get that Otter Box off my phone. It seemed like a great time to head to the AT&T store and rectify another issue: for the last six months I could not figure out why my phone was not beeping or making any noise whatsoever when I got a text or when a call came in. Well Carlos (names have been changed*) took one look at that filthy Otter Box screen and informed me that I had my phone on moon mode aka sleep for the last six months. Apparently men really do like dumb girls because after a few giggles over what a ditz I am Carlos gave me his card just in case I ever need to switch up my home internet provider.
And you see I have finally gotten in the fall spirit and am wearing this great sweater from Forever 21 and pony hair boots. This outfit is so comfy and a testament to the belief that if it worked today, it will work tomorrow which is the chicest way ever of saying "please don't judge when you see me in this same outfit again."
Last week I had the pleasure of styling two fall looks for Bloomingdales at the Glendale Galleria as part of Los Angeles Magazine's Style Collective event. I did one sort of modern Holly Golightly look and one more Brooklyn Boho. I truly hate the word Boho but there's just no other way to describe a flouncy floral dress is there? I toughened my model up a bit by adding some black chunky boots and this killer Burberry army jacket. You can shop my fall looks below!
I am desperately wanting to shoot some fall fashion but it's been so beastly hot here in L.A. that the thought of putting on a nubby sweater or blazer is completely unfathomable. Cut to all the other L.A. bloggers who have been braving the heat for the sake of their readers and just call me lazy. I've sort of been embracing the Indian summer as I know it will be cold soon enough and I just gotta keep this tan going awhile longer. Polka dot dress fromReformation has saved my life so many times in the last month. It's easy and non-occasion specific, I can almost wear it anywhere and I do. Here it is on one of our last days in Kauai paired with some Vans. I'm really into white sneakers lately - slip on or lace-up and can't wait to pair them with skinny jeans and pencil skirts for fall.