I will be leaving in 2 hours to go on a surprise vacation that my boyfriend planned for us, but I wanted to share how I plan my fall wardrobe for both work and play. If you have a busy lifestyle and are always on the go, planning some looks ahead of time is essential.
Back to a beautiful reality
I am finally back in San Francisco. As much as I loved seeing my family, being in the middle of nowhere makes your brain go numb. Baker Beach is definitely a spot that I will race to on my down time.
Wearing the Blues
I love seeing all of the color popping up on my Pinterest street style feed. People are finding new, eclectic ways of combining color and pattern. Even shoes are taking on bright hues and odd shapes. Here is a way to make the love of bright colors suitable for the office.
The girl in a polka-dot dress
Polka-dots have been in my wardrobe since I was a little girl. It’s a pattern that never ages, and you always look happier in them. Marketplaces, festivals, and brunches are places I would recommend wearing this cut. Keep scrolling to see more images of how I styled this dress!
Rough and tumble
If there is one look that guarantees a bad-a$$ vibe, it’s metal, leather, and all things black. Lift this look a little higher by using trend forecasting.
Wind is either a nuisance or a welcomed addition while you are on set. During my blog photoshoots, there is only me and the photographer. We do not have help setting up the shot, and it is all organic. The wind was a bit strong, but it captured the raw beauty of this place.
An outfit that makes you feel a bit more confident is something to learn from. Find out what elements make you stand taller, and incorporate them into other outfits! For me, it has always been having extra fabric flowing behind me. I love a little pop of color. This is how I incorporated both of those styles into one outfit.
Another combination of contemporary and vintage that’s perfect for the beach. This stretch-runch top and vintage shorts are the perfect pieces to layer with a swimsuit.
Dress like a blogger 101
I have been following bloggers on Instagram since I started my own account. The world always fascinated me, but I was cautious about joining it. It seemed so populated, and the question of “How will I be different?” was always in my head.
There is so much confusion as to what the word “tunic” actually describes. It started in the Roman Empire in the 3rd century BC. A Roman tunic was used as an under garment for a toga or just a long shirt for the lower classes. The word evolved with history, and it ended up describing a shirt, layering piece, and a dress. Different class identifications were associated with it as civilizations came and went.