It’s the age-old dilemma: I’m constantly torn between wanting to look ultra minimalist, or like a ‘90s Nirvana baby. Although clean and sleek lines usually win out, occasionally I break up the monotony with some plaid (my favorite shirt has multiple holes in it, but I continue to wear it), shredded denim and vintage band tees (usually procured from my favorite thrift stores in SF, which include but are not limited to: Painted Bird, Re Love, Afterlife and Wasteland – yes, we're pretty spoiled for options here).Read More
No Californian’s wardrobe is complete without a solid pair of boyfriend jeans. If you don't know where to look, I'd definitely start with Levi's. Wear ‘em with sandals, ankle boots, heels – whatever your footwear of choice, they will help you convey that easygoing, relaxed vibe so essential to California chic.Read More
I was running a high fever and sniffling like crazy this day (if you look closely, you can kind of see the delirium in my eyes, haha).
All the more excuse to wear the comfiest of clothing, obvi.Read More
Possibly could not look more stereotypically SF right here, but guess what? I’m comfortable as hell in this baggy beanie and Birk sandals, so suuuuuuuuuuuck it ;-)Read More
I’ve been reflecting a lot lately on how San Francisco has been influencing my style. I’ve noticed a subtle and subconscious shift towards looking more dressed-down and unassuming, which has gotten me thinking – does this make me an impressionable human being, or an adaptable one? Does this happen to anyone else? I’d argue that there’s certain elements of my style that I stay true to, but then again, I’m still figuring out what I like and what works on me. If it were up to me, we’d all be dressing up every day though (I love a good excuse to get dolled up and wear heels – and sadly there aren’t too many opportunities in San Francisco).Read More
Wearing all my San Francisco “summer” staples: new Levi’s boyfriend jeans (via Urban Renewal) and this mock turtleneck tank. Here’s to hoping the weather improves soon.Read More