sheer obsession

 i have this obsession with sheer, black, lacy, romantic pieces.
it probably goes back to pretending i was a sorceress or fairy princess as a kid, but it was rekindled when i saw this photo on tumblr:

i realize this skirt is not black, but it was the styling that inspired me to find a similar piece in the color to recreate this look. layering a dress/skirt/vest over dresses, shorts, jeans, or hell, whatever catches your fancy can add something so special to an outfit. you can take it very sexy and romantic or grungy and rock and roll, all depending on what you decide to pair under it/over it. i personally love the look for day time. i would pair my sheer black lace with a band tee or over sized knit over it and either skinnys or a body con mini under, then add chunky boots to ground the look. if i were to go more nighttime with my styling, i would channel stevie nicks - 100% witchy woman with, pointed heels or ankle boots, lots of lace/velvet/sparkle and tons or eyeliner and messy hair.
what i'm wearing this holiday season.


changing channels

 on my mind. 
vintage rock tees, c.love/violet, house plants/nirvana, skate ramps/beach life, orange lips/stripes,  vans/smash - what an album, muddy eddie/clooney hoops, high waisted/daisy rings, cheer squad, bang bang/overalls, silver foil/ck alien girls, stars/big chill - what a soundtrack, smiley, ed/ved, lookbook


car camping

not my most stylish look, but camping appropriate. always authentic.
wearing: vintage everything, herschel backpack and birks.



wearing: topshop flannel, vintage levis cutoffs, unif tank, oversized rayban wayferers


is this real life?

sometimes nature amazes you. 
there's a reason why they call port elgin the sunset capital. wow. 
wearing: vintage gap denim jacket and levis cutoffs, aritzia hat, topshop flannel