July 14, 2014


Kite & Butterfly Kimono (similar here and here), Isabel Marant Top (similar less expensive version under $80), One Teaspoon Shorts, Sam Edelman Booties, Maison Michel Hat, Chanel Bag, Thierry Lasry Sunglasses

I picked up this gorgeous kimono by Kite & Butterfly from the darling boutique, Bonita, while we were in Santa Barbara. We headed over to Summerland on our first morning in town and stopped by a delicious brunch spot, Cafe Luna, before heading to the beach. I paired it the next day with my favorite Isabel Marant top (last seen here) and One Teaspoon shorts (last seen here) as we explored downtown and checked out the SB Public Market. I felt like we were in Mexico with all of the colorful tiles, patterns and walls- I loved them all!

You can shop more of my favorite kimonos to get a similar look here…


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July 11, 2014

Denim + Chambray

Joie Top (on sale, last seen here), Rag & Bone Shorts, Tod’s Loafers, Chanel Bag, Ray Ban Aviators, NARS “Heat Wave” Lipstick, Miansai Cuff c/o, Jane Pope Necklace, Monica Vinader Rings

For the Fourth of July, I kept my look minimal and simple in a chambray top, distressed boyfriend shorts and my Tod’s loafers. I topped it off with my favorite red lipstick to complete the red white & blue ensemble. I’d easily wear this look any day of the week though, since they’re all such easy, go-to pieces. I wear this Joie top at least once a week- it goes with everything! It’s also light and breezy enough for warmer weather (like it was in SB) but easy to layer for cooler temps (like in SF). Happy Friday!


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July 10, 2014

Santa Barbara

ASOS Jacket, Pickwick & Weller Tee c/o, One Teaspoon Shorts, Linea Pelle Belt, Chanel Espadrilles (similar here), Free People Hat (old, similar here), Saint Laurent Bag, Miansai Bracelet c/o

This past weekend we were in Santa Barbara for the holiday weekend and I loved every minute of it! Oddly enough, it was my first time to SB and we tried to fit in as much as possible. One of our first stops was to the courthouse, a beautiful Spanish style building downtown with exquisite views of the city. Everything from the constant warm weather, the endless amounts of beautiful tiles and mission inspired architecture, long stretches of beach and delicious food, it sure is one beautiful city. There is so much to see and do and eat and shop, that a trip back is already in order. Plus a long leisurely drive along highway 1 is worth it just for the views!

P.S. Don’t forget to enter the $500 credit to HauteLook giveaway from yesterday’s post!


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