Sunday, October 21, 2012

And It's Back!

 H&M top, Nordstrom Rack pants and shoes by BC (similar shoes as seen on Kimmie), Bulova watch

It's late October, less than two weeks away from Halloween and it's still warm! What is going on here? According to story books (and real life) the leaves are suppose to change from greens to browns and oranges. The leaves are suppose to scatter on the ground for children to step on to crunch. It's suppose to be Autumn. It's suppose to be chiller than summer, but then again, this is summer in San Francisco we're talking about. Summer is the second coldest season following right behind Winter. Autumn, please cozy up here for a month or two. Pretty please with pumpkin pie...

I hope you're having a great weekend!  

Thursday, October 4, 2012

The Famous Indian Summer 2012

 Nordstrom Rack dress and shoes by BC (similar dress, similar shoes as seen on Kimmie) Bulova watch

The Bay Area is known for their fog. You might have heard the phrase: "The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco;" and it is true for people who are not familiar with the weather system. San Francisco summers are usually filled with the usual foggy days and a few days of rain. However, this week was our "Indian Summer." One week, okay, 3-4 days of the warm sunshine feeding us deprived San Franciscans, vitamin D.


Readers -- What is the current weather in your city/town?

Monday, October 1, 2012

Childhood Shoes

 Cotton Basics boat neck striped top (similar, similar) H&M skirt (similar) Momma's belt Keds shoes (here)



It's true, classics never die out. My momma used to dress me in tights and Keds. It was basically my uniform. The past couple weeks I have been exchanging my flats for my Keds. I wear them with jeans, cropped pants, leggings and skirts/shorts (when the weather permits). See here, here and here. I picked up my Keds at Ross for a mere $8 from the kids section a few years ago. It's probably one the best impulsive buys I made at Ross.

Readers -- Do you wear anything that reminds you of your childhood? If so, what?