Moon Babe and me

October 25, 2017

Moon Babe and Me

Moon Babe and Me

One of my favorite things about owning a small business is participating in craft fairs like West Coast Craft. You get to meet a lot of the other vendors and form a camaraderie — everyone is really supportive. I met Jenny from Jenny LemonsJenny Strange at West Coast Craft (who I’ve featured on the blog here, here, and here) and most recently, Hannah of Munbeibi, a ceramic studio and whose cute pin I’m wearing with this dress! Hannah really is the sweetest. She divides her time between Sapporo, Japan (where she is right now) and San Francisco. Hannah has roots in graphic design and photography, so we have similar backgrounds. I’m absolutely obsessed with her ceramic dolls (called “Moon Babes”) and the personalities she gives them. (I highly recommend watching her Instagram Stories if you want to be immediately put in a good mood and entertained.) My current favorite is the Moon SheperdessThe Moon Babe backstory she wrote on her website is just 100%.

Moon Babe and Me

Moon Babe and Me

Moon Babe and Me

Moon Babe and Me

Dress: c/o Crossroads Trading
Coco High Heel Knot Slide in Watermelon: Loeffler Randall
Munbeibi Pin: c/o Munbeibi
Half Moon Studs: Katie Dean Jewelry
Petite Alice Tote: Clare V.

’60s Baby

October 11, 2017

'60s Baby

By far, ’60s-inspired looks are my favorites to do. I love the colors, the patterns, the short shift dresses, the winged eyeliner — I love it all. There’s something about the style that comes very naturally to me. This is the first of a three-part series of outfit pictures I’m doing with San Francisco-based clothing label NOOWORKS. NOOWORKS has some of the most fun, vibrant patterns. These days, I discover most new artists and brands through social media, but I literally found NOOWORKS by passing by their brick and mortar on Valencia Street in San Francisco one sunny summer two years ago. I get a little depressed when I see lots of dark, dreary colors for autumn and winter, but NOOWORKS Autumn/Winter patterns are the perfect marriage between pattern and color without being over-the-top super saturated and summery.

'60s Baby

'60s Baby

'60s Baby

Let’s get some real talk done here. It’s been a minute since I’ve updated this blog. In the past, I would have scurried to throw a post up on here just for the sake of keeping this blog updated, but I much rather post less of more quality than something half-hearted and rushed. I could say I’ve been busy and launch into a long explanation and series of excuses and blah blah blah, which is all true (if you want to read the long explanation of what I’ve been doing, go here), but this blog has always been at the core of my values, and although I’m taking things slower, I’m never quitting. I’ve been overwhelmed and I’ve been inspired and I’ve been soaking up beautiful music and I’ve been writing, creating, learning, and taking care of myself (which means slowing down right now). If you want more daily check-ins, follow me on Instagram, where I post more frequently and do stories.

'60s Baby

'60s Baby

'60s Baby

'60s Baby

'60s Baby

Alice Flower Power Dress: c/o NOOWORKS
Louise Clogs in Turquoise: Swedish Hasbeens
Brass Moon Dancer Earrings: Modern Weaving c/o ban.do
Everyday Bobbis in Gold: ban.do

The banana gallery

September 13, 2017

The Banana Gallery

When I was little, I used to refer to myself to my mom in third person as “the peanut gallery.” Like, “the peanut gallery has a suggestion” when I wanted to make a suggestion or “the peanut gallery wants this,” etc. The term kind of stuck and I still refer to myself as “the peanut gallery.” I was having a *very serious* conversation with my mom that since I can’t eat peanuts (dietary intolerance) and will probably never eat peanuts for the rest of my life, I shouldn’t keep referring to myself as “the peanut gallery.” Right now I’m on a primarily fruitarian diet that consists of a lot of bananas. Hence, “the banana gallery.”

The Banana Gallery

The Banana Gallery

The Banana Gallery

The Banana Gallery

You remember when I wore Sarah Liller in an outfit post here? Today I’m wearing her jumpsuit and you bet I wore this baby on the plane when I went to Portland the week before last. My mom got herself one, too, in the color Wine. The best part about this jumpsuit is it’s not dry clean only! So many independent designers with their fancy ethically-sourced organic fabrics are dry clean only—which is all fine and well—but Sarah just makes it more convenient. 😉

The Banana Gallery

The Banana Gallery

The Banana Gallery

The Banana Gallery

The Banana Gallery

The Banana Gallery

Easy Jersey Jumpsuit in Cobalt: c/o Sarah Liller
Oxfords: American Apparel
Banana Peels pouch: c/o Realm ** use code DRIFTER15 for 15% off one item good through 9/20
Spiral Earrings: c/o Young Frankk

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