It’s almost Thanksgiving! I don’t know about you, but I’m spending the next few days catching up on sleep, connecting with friends and spending time with family. It’s hard to believe that November is almost over and December aka holiday party month is here. From going to friends holiday parties to visiting family to preparing for my upcoming trip to China – it’ll be a non-stop month.

In honor of the deliciously warm weather and pumpkins this is a throwback post I shot with Chris earlier this fall. I love mixing up my jackets from day to day and couldn’t resist this classic American trench style. It’s clean and makes creating an outfit easy. I added a bracelet my grandfather gave me, a blue larimar ring from the Dominican republic and Woodzee wood sunglasses. The mustard Sperry’s photographed orange-ish and compliment the background wall. Also sporting a black backpack in honor of all the traveling coming up.

Speaking of traveling… are you a Black Friday shopper? I went a few times in the past, but am looking forward to staying in doors and relaxing. Maybe do a little online shopping. FYI East Dane (who sponsors me) is having a sale that started today and runs through Dec. 1st. Click any of the links in this post to shop East Dane products. I have my eye on these Tumi bags… mom if you’re reading this post (or any one reading this post…) I do have that trip to China coming up… could use a new suitcase ;D


Photography: Christopher Fascenelli

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Urban Desert

Shirt: Lucky | Shorts: Lacoste | Socks: Bugatchi | Shoes: Sperry | Hat: BR | Sunnies: UO

The sun was setting and these rusting metal rods looked like sun-kissed benches. Partially under a highway, Christopher and I stopped to snap this look. Hot weather calls for some haute outfits so I broke out this (I’ll call it) vintage linen Lucky shirt. The Lacoste shorts are also “vintage” since I’ve been wearing them since 8th grade. Yes, 8th grade! #talkaboutgettingyourmoniesworth. I like the lines on the Bugatchi socks next to the lines of the sun-kissed metal benches.

Photography: Christopher Fascenelli

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