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Midi Skirts

Thursday, September 18, 2014







I've been in somewhat of a funk lately, but instead of completely giving up and wearing yoga pants all day, I'm combining two pieces that reflect comfort and elegance; a darling midi skirt and simple knit top!  The midi skirt forces you to channel your inner Grace Kelly no matter what kind of mood you may be in.  With the simplest of movements it looks like you're floating on a cloud down the street!  A simple knit top (or cropped top, if you're a little more daring) compliment this look nicely while keeping the skirt the main focal point of the outfit!
So skip the yoga pants and try something a little different today, I promise you'll love it!  The perfect blend of comfort, class and elegance.  XXOO 

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Photos by Arlene Ibarra
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Seattle!!

Thursday, September 11, 2014

One of my favorite things beside fashion and food is traveling, and when I get to combine all three I'm a very happy girl!!  I've been wanting to visit Seattle for the longest time and I'm so glad I was able to share it with my love, Rick.  Being a Seattle native he got to show me the in's and outs, sprinkled in with a few touristy spots!!  Here are few snapshots from our trip!

I can't get on a plane without first stopping at the store and picking up a few magazines (People StyleWatch is a must) and snacks, whether it's a 45 minute or 10 hour flight those are my must haves.
We arrived in Seattle and stayed at a boutique hotel right in the heart of downtown called The Moore Hotel, perfect walking distance to the Market!  Our first night in Seattle we took the monorail and headed straight to the Space Needle for dinner at the Skycity Restaurant.  I asked for dinner with a view and I sure got one!  I must say this was my favorite meal in Seattle.  I highly recommend the smoked prosciutto and beecher's flagship….delish!
 The next morning I couldn't wait to wake up and walk over to the Market!  I'm a sucker for a Farmer's Market and this one takes the cake!!  Rows and rows of beautiful fresh flowers and the price…I couldn't believe how inexpensive these were $5.00 for a bouquet, say what!!!!  Oh and the seafood oh my goodness, beyond amazing, we had to go back a couple times for the Jumbo Shrimp!  I thought living in San Diego I had access to the best but Seattle is hard to beat.  We stopped at the Athenian for a breathtaking view of the Puget Sound and the coldest beers in the world, no joke, and being that it was in the mid 80's this was quite refreshing.  I'm also a sucker for macarons and Le Panier did not disappoint!
Fruit, crabs, shrimp...oh my!!!
If you're a coffee fan, a trip to Seattle wouldn't be complete without visiting the very first Starbucks.  I had to see it and I didn't care that it took an extra 20 minutes to get my drink, especially since I could have gone one block in any direction to fall right into another Starbucks…nope it had to be the first one!  My drink tasted just as good as I had hoped.  The only difference, their original logo!
Of course we couldn't pass up the famous gumwall!  (It took a few tries for us to get this shot haha I couldn't blow a bubble to save my life!)
Another day another adventure.  We drove up to Queen Anne, a really nice neighborhood about 10 minutes from downtown, to meet some friends for breakfast at an amazing little french cafe, Le Reve.  I've never been so happy to eat pastries before, the Kouign Amann (pronounced "queen-a-mon") is so decadent, warm, buttery and delicious mmm I can't wait to go back again just for this!  We spent most of the day driving around Seattle and stopped by the Ballard Locks to watch the boats, say atop the Fremont Toll and made our way up to Bellingham to visit family.
Our cloudy view of the City from Queen Anne hill.  Our last day in Seattle was the only day where the "Seattle weather" came out to play. Everyone we ran into kept telling us how lucky we were to get such great weather and I'm not complaining!  If you've ever been to Seattle you know just how incredible this city is and I already miss the noise and the Market.  If you haven't been, add it to your list now!!
Until next time Seattle!!
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Cargo Jeans

Thursday, September 4, 2014







Jeans.  We all have them but it's nice to change them up every now and then, especially when the seasons change!  Enter, cargo, no not your boyfriends cargo's you wish you could throw away because he's had them forever...but skinny cargo jeans!! LOL  I love the way these pants feel, soft, stretchy and comfortable!!  I also love clothes that are versatile and go with so just about anything!  I added a fun printed top and my favorite Michael Kors wedges for a casual chic look today, but once Fall really comes out to play, I'll be wearing flats, booties and oversized coats to go with my cargo jeans!! 

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Use code "BIRTHDAY50" to get 50% off my top or pants!! Yay!
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Crafty Cocktails, 50% off clothes, and a Fall Fashion Show!!  You are all invited to Vocabulary Boutique on Friday, September 5 to help celebrate their 5th birthday!!  This is one of my favorite boutiques in San Diego and I'm more than happy to share this exciting event with you!
Please RSVP Here and bring a friend for some delicious cocktails, treats, and shopping!! XO
If you can't make the event, please visit their website at Vocabulary Boutique and enter code "BIRTHDAY50" for 50% off one item!!
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