Unspoken Language of Style...

I am not Perfect, I just write my Art down. The Life of a 20 something running wild in SD. Fashion. Style. Thrift Store Treasures.

Colorful Lines…

I feel like a kid again making nature my own personal jungle gym, brings back so many memories. I don’t care what anyone says, stuff like this will never get old to me. What better way to capture this moment that with a gnarly pair of “TROUSER” pants. A thrift store find that I am so proud of, because I am tall it is sometimes difficult for me to find classic cut pants (as these ones) that don’t look like high-waters on me. In order to accentuate this style of pant “era” appropriate, I pair it with a silk multi-color blouse. A timeless piece I found, while exploring the neighborhood of Berkeley, Ca at this amazing thrift store on Telegraph. I compliment this classic duo with a chestnut leather belt with gold hardware, and then tuck in my blouse. And to bring it all together, a pair bright red sandals that remind me so much of my childhood. I had just about every color of the infamous salt water sandals growing up, my mom made sure of it. And this red pair that I own today was a twist on that classic look. It’s always nice to be able to enjoy some of the things that brought me so much happiness growing up as a kid in beautiful San Diego…

(Trouser Pant- Seven For All Mankind/ Chestnut Belt- Seven For All Mankind/ Silk Multi-Color Blouse- Vintage/ Sandals- Lorenzo Chelini)