Boy has denim been a favorite of mine. I hope this cotton obsession hasn’t been a bore. I love mixing odd silhouettes of the same fabric to make a “put together” “chic” “ugly to some people” outfit (if you know what I mean). I believe I too am a #Manrepeller… Praise Leandra for such a perfect name. This time I messed around with my new dungaree’s from Zara. I love how baggy the pant looked so I thought pairing with over-shirts or possibly the same jacket wouldn’t hurt anybody. It doesn’t appear to be overall’s due to the buttoning on the jacket, just a oversized pant! Since the look it rather top heavy, pairing an airy sandal balanced out the bottom portion.
Last week I shared a video on my channel sharing this pair of dungaree’s I picked up at Zara. Back when overalls started to trend I attempted to find the perfect pair for about 6 months. After the long awaited search, this perfect came into my life. I plan on styling these in many different ways excluding country boy… Pairing this “onesie” with a graphic tee or sporty sneaker will be perfect for spring/summer. Just wait and see what I have in store for this denim number.
Top of the mornin’ to yah! I’ve recently been having this slight obsession to toast. Sweet or savory, I love it all! On the blog today, I have four simple recipes to spruce up your morning or mid day cravings. Trust me when I say this, All four slices took about 18 minutes to cook… Anybody has the time to dress up their bread and go on with your day.Asparagus & Bacon: Cook one slice of bacon on a skillet. As the bacon cooks, toast your toast to whatever darkness you prefer. After the bacon has cooked, throw in 5 spears of asparagus and a coat of olive oil to the same pan. Cook until tender. Cut asparagus spears in half and crumble bacon over the slice. Sprinkle with salt and pepper for taste.
Cookie Butter & Banana: This slice is one you’ll get a craving for at 2am. Toast your toast to whatever darkness you prefer. Spread cookie butter over the top, sliced banana, maple syrup and finally a dash of brown sugar. A perfect sweet treat for any time of the day.Sunny Side Up: Coat a pan with olive oil and drop in a small handful of spinach leaves. Cook until tender. As the spinach cooks, toast your toast to whatever darkness you prefer. In a separate pan, cook an egg sunny side up or poached if preferred. To serve, place spinach atop toast. Add egg and sprinkle with grated havarti.Morning Mash: This has to be one of the simplest options! Toast your toast to whatever darkness you prefer. Mash half an avocado directly onto toast. Drizzle with olive oil and salt + pepper for taste.
Yesterday at West Elm we hosted a wedding event in collaboration with Green Wedding Shoes. The event was incredible showcasing florals, table settings and design. I stumbled upon a lady named Lauren who has the most beautiful hand lettering I have ever seen in person. She created this branding piece for me on the spot and I wanted to share it all with you.
I have a slight new liking towards this sweater I picked up at the Downtown Acne shop. I paired a white collar under for a crisp touch to this neutral sweater. It’s almost as if I am wearing an expensive billboard promoting ACNEEEEEE. That’s fine. continue reading