Monday, May 30, 2016

Red, White, and California Blues


Happy Memorial Day! I'm feeling so thankful for my big brother and everyone who is or has bravely served for our country! I'm sending love and prayers to all the families who have lost their loved ones. They are not forgotten, but forever in our hearts.


Take me back, back to Cali, Cali.
 I don't think I'll ever get tired of visiting L.A., especially because I finally got some sun! I love when my skin gets darker in the summer. I feel like my clothes pop better when my skin has a glow. Lately it's been raining so much here in Dallas, so I'm ready to go back to sunshine and this gloomy weather to be over already!

For this summer look I have paired a chambray bustier top with a cream crochet midi skirt. I enjoy playing with different textures, particularly chambray, not only is it light and comfortable, but it also is perfect for maintaing a relaxed denim look. Since this top had a low neck line, I wore my favorite big boho necklace. I wear this silver neck piece with so much, it goes with just about everything. I love that I can go from day to night in this outfit by simply changing my shoes to something more casual. Although I personally would prefer to wear this in the evening over the day. 





Can I just express how happy I am that I finally got some sun! I love when my skin gets darker in the summer. I feel like my clothes pop better when my skin has a glow. It's been raining so much in Dallas lately. I'm ready to go back to sunshine, and for this gloomy weather to be over already!



Photos by - Khris Garay

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  1. Seems like you are pretty good at choosing the trendy dresses in good colors. The blue color is charming and fittingly looks good with the white one. Perfect combination.

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