Before We Spring Forward

Tee: ASOS | Pants: Zara | Coat: Andrew Marc Shoes: Kenneth Cole | Sunglasses: Mont Blanc | Watch: Marco Mavilla

In the winter something about the cold keeps me dressed in a lot of black and neutral colors. With spring around the corner I’m playing with the light and making a graphic statement. I paired this lined t-shirt with my favorite winter coat to keep me warm, but the whole time I wore it I just wanted to throw the coat down and walk around in just the t-shirt! Toward the end of each season I start working in the next season’s styles. Whether that’s wearing fall layers at the first cool breeze in September or attempting to wear just a t-shirt at the beginning of March, the saying goes, “we always want what we don’t have.” If the current temperate means I get to wear this outfit, then I want exactly what I DO have. Cheers to spring temperatures ahead.


Photography: Briana Louise
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Weekend Durable

Turtleneck: Asos | Jacket: Kenneth Cole | Pants: Hugo Boss | Hat: Konus
Sunglasses: Opening Ceremony | Watch: Caravelle NY | Shoes: Cat

Something comes over me when the fall strikes and I tend to wear a lot more black. I’ve proclaimed my love of black leather before and think this look proves itself another love note to the forever stylish wardrobe staple, my leather jacket. I bought this beauty in 11th grade and have maintained it with loving care over the last seven years. It has held up well through countless rains, cold days and summers hanging in the closet. To compliment the badass nature of black leather I decided to pair this look with an equally as cool baseball cap (check the embroidered bird detailing!), some of the sickest Opening Ceremony sunglasses I have seen and my new 100% Bloomingdale’s Hugo Boss moto pants.

Do you have a favorite piece you’ve maintained over the years?

Photography: Briana Louise
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Like A Forest


One of my favorite parts about exploring a city is discovering art. Planned sculptures, pop-up gardens and painted walls – there are many cheerful sights often tucked away amongst a chaotic city. Briana and I found this wall on our way to Sancho Pistola’s for some grilled corn and pickled watermelon margaritas (highly recommend those…).  We were both like “WOOH! That will look great with the Teva x National Forest sandals.” What do you think? The patterns complimented the multicolor wall like modern day camouflage, in a forest.

Shirt: ASOS | Pants: Zara | Sandals: Teva | Sunglasses: Original Penguin | Watch: Timex

Photography: Briana Louise

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From High School.

Shirt: Robert Graham | Pants: Gap | Jacket: vintage | Socks: Asos | Belt: Martin Dingman | Shoes: Giorgio Brutini

I forget what ceremony this shirt was for, but back in high school I picked up this Robert Graham printed dress shirt to wear to an awards dinner. It’s been in my closet for awhile so I decided to bring it back into my wardrobe rotation. The coral belt brings out red tones from the dress shirt while the vintage blazer compliments the green and brown earth tones.

Photography: Kris McElligott

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Where Will You Travel?

I talk about shoes quite a bit. They are essential for safe travels (who wants to chance stepping on glass?). An investment piece for both your physical and mental health (as long as you pick the right pair). With the fall season in full swing, I’ve started to break away from so many bright styles and have been looking at rich reds and neutral colors. Leather and suede styles are definite staples in my closet. Would you wear any of the soles I’m crushing over?

Frank & Oak

Fred Perry

Frank & Oak

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