Monday, October 21, 2013

CoCo chanel from a different perspective.



So I decided to wear my polka dot tights with my high socks over them, for the perfect casual fall look. I also just bought these amazing boot attachments for my Laureen - Lucky Brand Boots, and they are to die for. With the weather finally cooling down, I can finally appreciate wearing kimonos and high socks. Oh not to mention amazing buckle, chain, studded boots. The crisscross pair of boots above are Jeffrey Campbell and the rings I accessorized are Vanesssa Mooney and Erin Wasson Low Luv. Necklace and bracelet are vintage from Venice boardwalk, one of the perks of living in Venice AMAZING steals. Not to mention how this quartz helps with positive energy love a good stone. This weeks been crazy, but I am super stoked to be enjoying the blogger fashion show in Gaslamp. I'll be sure to post pictures for more fashion inspiration towards the end of the week. Happy almost Halloween guys and hope your all enjoying those pumpkin spice lattes, I love this season ... till next time xx bous bous.

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

been awhile

A while back when it was still hot out I dragged a friend to take a few photos by a cute garden. It was the perfect easy day to wear kitten heels and a flowy maxi dress. I Accessorized with my newest addition doubled triangle ring, Vanessa Mooney ring, and Erin Wasson Low Luv ring. The bralette is the same one everyone has the classic Brandy, which is seriously my go to bra! If I ever decide to wear one that is :p Lately I am all about the comfortable. The heels are Zara last fall which is still aiming to be the trend this season .. leopard and studs. Topped with a classic black wide brimmed hat to keep the elegance. As for the dress its vintage from my great grandmother and accessorized with a thrifted belt. I totally adore all of her vintage because its the perfect picture of class for me to dress down with new culture threads. Anyways sorry for the ten month blog delay and ill try and get back to it xx always and for ever little j.