Saturday, August 28, 2010


I've been and always fascinated with how simple clothing can be. So lately I have been experimenting with large scarfs as dresses. I wore this last night to a local art reception. I gave Bea a new haircut to match the Nara calendar she got at the MoMa in New York.

Thursday, August 26, 2010


I already miss the culture in New York City immensely. It is a very intense and vibrant environment. As a result of my trip I decided to not continue school in the fall in order to spend more time with my daughter and  to become an artist. I am going to do some conceptual and process art as well as fashion vintage photo shoots and start an etsy vintage store. I'm not planning on making money through art. I just love it and feel happy when I'm doing it. It is the most exciting and scary thing I've ever done. I just realized that I didn't want a distraction from my daughter. She is a very amazing little girl and we both love fashion and art and can do it together. I seriously miss New York.  I've never felt so at home in a city.  I would suggest if you want a guaranteed reply from me to contact me via email: My life just got way more intense and I couldn't be happier.

Museum of Natural History
The Met

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

New York City

(images via we <3 it)
Just packed my bags. We are leaving tomorrow morning. I'm so excited!

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Every Day is Dress Up Day

shorts and brogues: crimson & clover vintage, blouse: thrifted
shirt: thrifted, shorts: american apparel
 dress and shoes: thrift town
The first photo is what I wore yesterday and the red dress I wore earlier this week.  Bea is rocking her new thrifted shades hardcore. This month may not have many regular features as traveling and prepping for school has left me little time for creating inovative blog posts. Finally rocked my gorgeous brogues this summer. The weather has been relatively pleasant surprisingly enough. I've been accruing quite a collection of board games for our game night tonight from recent thrifting excursions: balderdash, outburst, scattergories, and trivial pursuit. Haven't been finding much summer attire lately. It is not that I don't have enough clothes for NY I just wanted a beautiful summer dress, maybe I will find it there, which would be even better. I'm so addicted to pretty dresses.

Friday, August 13, 2010

Mondrian Cake

 Piet Mondrian
Henri Mattisse
Ellsworth Kelly
Chuck Close
Frank Stella
Sam Francis
Bea's dress: Once Upon a Child
Orange Vintage Dress: Thrift Town
San Francisco street Style (I really want her glasses and shoes, adorable)
Here are the rest of the pictures from our trip to the MOMA in San Francisco. I wanted to get them all in before we go to the MOMA in New York City next week. I am beyond excited about the trip! It will be my first time there. The big red crescent was by Kelly, one of Bea's favorites. For this kind of art it really helps to be there in person to feel the full effect. I can't believe school is starting in 2 weeks. This summer has been incredible but I am very excited to start my classes.
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