I may not have been sure about what really did interest me, but I was absolutely sure about what didn’t.

(Macramé Dress c/o, Steve Madden Yoko Boots, Anarchy Street Owl Cuff, YSL Ring)

Fell in love with this dress when I saw it on and stoked that this dress is not only super awesome and well fitting in person but also my Wesley Mason approves it! Cannot wait for summer so I can wear this on a beach!


(Bebe Hat, Anarchy Street Coat, gifted andwhatelseisthere blouse, H&M leather pants and belt, Forever 21 Wedges, gifted 2 Bandits riders)

In my new perfect trench coat, I can finally pay homage to the new editor at Vogue France, Emmanuelle Alt.

Alexander Wang Model Lineup

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Mr. Wang's AW 2010 Models. All I can say is WOW.


Love at First Sight - Angelo Marani

Discovered via Studded Hearts and totally fell in love with the entire collection. I would love to wear the first look right now from head to toe and rock the look with a deep red lipstick.
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After School

(Nasty Gal Leopard Bouse, H&M Skirt, Kelsi Dagger Boots with my own shoe lace, Botkier Haven Satchel, Anarchy Street Owl Cuff)

I'm thankful for the big windows in my apartment which bring in a lot of sunlight even on cold days but It can be a little tricky especially on days like today since I thought it was super warm until I stepped out of the apartment to go to school but was too late/lazy to change.
As for my boots, I got them at DSW (on sale!) and they're perfect for me since I hate to wear flats but always need comfortable heels for school and for all the walking I do. I got rid of the matching brown shoe laces and opted for white because the boots were too cute (as in young) and for me.

Btw, for those who asked about the sizing of the flares from the previous post, I got a size 24 and they fit just perfect. I'm normally a 24/25 depending on the brand.

Mad for Flares

(Anarchy Street Fedora, My sister's shirt that she doesn't know that I took until she sees this post, Belt from Korea, Forever 21 Flare Jeans, Steve Madden Heels)

The weather finally cleared up and my Sunday was pretty productive considering the fact that I slept in till 5pm on Saturday! Blame it on the ridiculous amount of tacos & chips I had that night with Wesley Mason and his friend Adam.

Hope you guys have a fantastic week! I'm very optimistic about this week especially since it has stopped raining here!

On the Balcony


Just one week ago, I was running around in a bikini and now I'm all bundled up in layers and layers of clothes. I am currently experiencing the coldest winter in San Francisco and looking at my Aruba vacation photos are sort of making me feel warmer especially with Charcoal on my lap and reggae music playing in the background. Hope you guys are staying warm!!

My hat is from Bebe, crochet top from Free People and the Bikini is from Wet Seal ($15 for the bottom!!)

A Well Dressed Person's Home


Tracy Taylor and Celine Kaplan's lovely items shot in their homes via The Coveteur.
So glad that they changed their name!! If you haven't checked out their site yet, get ready to be amazed...

Wake Up, San Francisco

(Anarchy Street Fedora, H&M Coat, We Move Vintage Dress & Belt, Steve Madden Boots, Ferragamo Purse)

I felt like matching my vintage gold chain belt with my Ferragamo bag that I hardly ever wear.
Ever since I got back from Aruba, the weather has been very crappy here. It's been raining everyday and today I even got hailed on on my way to work and got soaking wet since I forgot my umbrella. While I was at work I was relieved to see that the sun came up but once I got off from work it started to rain again and by the time I got home it got sunny. Seriously, wth? The weather is having some serious mood swings. It seems as if San Francisco is getting back to me for being away for awhile.

The Desert and the Beach

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(Urban Outfitters Hat, American Apparel Dress, Victoria's Secret Bikini, DIY Levi's cut-offs, Sam Edelman Sandals)

We drove out to the desert to see wild goats and wild asses, visited a church that Indians built back in the 1700s then rebuilt in the 1950s, ate at a restaurant in the middle of dessert, swam at Baby Beach (yes, that's the name of the beach) then did some gift shopping where I ended up getting nothing although the wooden colored pencils looked cool. Everywhere in Aruba is so picture perfect and it's definitely a one happy island!