It’s “Always” Sunny in San Francisco

Don’t you just love it when the sun gleams through your windows and heats up your whole house? The perfect amount of sunlight hit our home just before I was heading out for the day — Thought it would be nice to take a few minutes and enjoy the moment (while catching up with Vogue, of course).

Why not compliment the San Francisco sunshine with some spring essentials – minty green and white jeans. Lets not forget it’s windy in the city, so it’s always nice to have a heavy knit sweater on hand. 



(Shirt: Crossroads Trading Co, Jeans: HNM, Necklace: random shop in London, Bracelets: Primark (London), Rings: Forever 21, Cardigan: BCBG, Heels: Coach)
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Keeping It Clean & Easy…

I decided to take advantage of a sunny day and headed out with the girls for some lunch, shopping and some much needed laughs…What better way to keep it clean and effortless than with black and white? Whether it be jewelry or nails, it’s always fun and easy to add accent colors throughout the outfit with accessories.



(Blazer: Urban Outfitters, Necklace: Primark (London), Blouse: shop on Haight Street, Leggings: Target (best ever!), Boots: shop in Canada)

Sharp and Edgy

The weather has been excellent this past week, makes you think spring is closer to us than we think. I decided to bust out my favorite red jeans. I love throwing in a hint of rocker chic into my outfits, i.e. the shoes!  

(Heels: Sam Edelman, Jeans: Zara, Blouse: BCBG, Headband: Top Shop)

Maxi-ing It Up in the Sun!

It was a sunny day in the city and some much needed North Beach shopping had to be done. What better to compliment the warm, yet mildly windy weather? The Black Maxi Skirt! I went for classic black and white, but threw in a brown leather belt to help accentuate my waist. I rocked some beige sandals and a mustard clutch to keep my accessories neutral.

Want the outfit to look more bohemian? Try an oversized knit grey sweater held together with the brown belt.

Ps. no cardigan/jacket was necessary that day, yay for rare SF weather!