"Find a way to make beauty necessary; find a way to make necessity beautiful"
In This Look // Kimono-Forever21(similar) // Crop Top-American Apparel // Belt-Vintage // Sunglasses-American Apparel // Necklace-Chelsea Den Jewelry // Boots-NYLA
The weeks coming and going, and I can't believe we're already halfway through it. I've had my head in the jewelry making clouds for the last week or so- I will be attending Jackalope Arts Fair in Pasadena, California April 25th and 26th where I will be selling a table full of jewelry made by yours truly. If you're around the Los Angeles/SoCal area be sure to come check it out and say hello! And don't worry... I'll be making more announcements before the lovely event, just in case you're like me and forget 98% of the things I hear about, plan on attending, and then forget about altogether. The whole fair is free, and the selection of venders is amazing! There will be clothing, jewelry, art, home decor, food and drinks (beer/wine), raw materials(for all you makers out there), plus they'll be having DIY workshops both days, and tons more (take a look at the event HERE).
As the weather gets hot, hot, hot I'm so excited to break out my summer shorts and to start styling my favorite kind of outfits. The femininity of this floral kimono has always stolen my heart, but since it's on the shorter side I tend to only pair it with bottoms that cut off above or around the same length (just so my proportions don't look awkward). I love the fun summer California feel this outfit has mixed with some daydreamy, feminine touches- basically this is my absolute favorite kind of look.. It's perfect for so many things-running errands, meetings, meet ups, eating out, shopping days, evenings out, practically anything.
Wishing you all a very happy rest of your week!
Love, love, love,
Get this look for $52+ on Lookastic: Black Floral Kimono, Black Cropped Top, Silver Necklace, Black Leather Belt, Light Blue Denim Shorts, Silver Ring, and Black Leather Ankle Boots
Photography by Ash Robinson
Post Processing by Chelsea Dennis