Tie a Sweatshirt Around It.

Tie a Sweatshirt Around It.

Remember when my hair was gray?  😳  Back to my natural!  Which calls for brightly colored backgrounds filled with palms and orange houses.  How cute is it though?  I would never think to paint my house orange, but for some reason against the green of the plants it looks SO good.  I think so at least, so you get to experience it too!   I’ve been loving this BOY sweatshirt a lot lately.  I bring it everywhere and throw it on, over, or around everthing I am wearing.  I think it perfectly compliments the girly pink dress and ties in the more masculine boots with this outfit.   And now we are to the boots.  These oh so glorious lace up boots!  Thank goodness for zippers on these guys, otherwise I would not have the patience and would never wear them.  I love how many times the laces criss-cross, it just adds a little something to them, but tightening them every time would take an eternity.   AIN’T NOBODY GOT TIME FOR ‘DAT.  Dress: Vintage // Sweatshirt: Band of Outsiders // Boots: Steve Madden Photography by Eli...
In the hemline.

In the hemline.

Whoooo! My hair is cur-lay!  Good thing I’ve got a big pink hat to cover that right up.    Plus, I love the pink of the hat, the curls, the heeled boots, and the skirt juxtaposed against the scribbled “BOY” on my top.  Everything about the outfit (and my hair), screams girl while the masculine is being so blatantly thrown in your face.  Anyway, this is all just another rendition of what I have been wearing lately.  Specfically I mean a rendition of this Echo + Air skirt paired with whatever top will keep me warm.  How cool is the hemline of it?  Putting touches like that into clothing are what make me love a brand, and with Echo + Air there is so much more than just those kinds of touches to love! I happened upon Echo + Air by chance, in a little space called Austere in downtown Los Angeles.  I was there with a friend and started gushing over a dress that was in the softest black fabric I had ever felt.  It turns out my friend knew Jordana, the designer behind Echo + Air, and I knew at that moment I had to get in touch with her. Well, get in touch I did!  After a coffee date and another meetup at one of her stockists shops, Curio (also in DTLA), I was already in love with Jordana.  She has this way about her.. she makes you feel comfortable in asking her anything and she answers back with thought.  Oddly enough, she is just like her clothing!  Her pieces have otherworldly comfort and the shapes,...