It's all about greens right now...
All you need is a white tee.
Just when I thought denim couldn’t reinvent itself anymore, raw edge denim came into the world. I am loving the super frayed denim look that’s gracing everything from pant hems to bib-front dresses. I enjoy this style because it still has sophistication–at least, compared to the colossal ripped jeans of yesteryear. I haven’t gotten my hands on frayed, cropped skinny jeans yet, but I did try out the trend with this sweet denim dress.
“And at the end of the day, your feet should be dirty, your hair messy, and your eyes sparkling.” My mantra, always.
Whether it’s squeezing in a last minute hike or vintage shopping in Silverlake, I’ve been trying to squeeze out every last drop of summer. And, nothing feels more seasonally appropriate than a delicate floral midi dress.
I’m soaking up the last few weekends of summer and trying to get maximum mileage out of all my favorite warm weather staples. Funny enough, I got this dress almost a decade ago when I interned at Rebecca Taylor. I used to get a ton of free clothes from them (in lieu of getting paid–which I was totally OK with) and this dress was from that.
There’s something so sweet about eyelet, and so undeniably summery. I was inspired by an English tea party for this look, and wanted to create something that felt like I belonged in the English countryside with a delicious cup of jasmine tea. If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile, you know that this hat pops up often. In order to make it feel fresh, I added on a silk blue scarf to cover up the usually black ribbon, and add an extra feminine touch. A great styling trick to update your go-to hat!