This vintage 70's blazer has this awesome retro check that is pink, cream and black. I was so excited to wear it to the Legion of Honor museum on this rainy San Francisco day.
We got to see this amazing exhibit called Pulp Fashion: The Art of Isabelle de Borchgrave. The exhibit contains works of art that Isabelle made completely out of paper. Historical fashion costumes created out of paper were on display that showcased Isabelle's unique talent to manipulate her medium and create costumes that looked like soft, flowing fabrics consisting of various textures.
I was amazed and inspired by her unique talents and extensive collection. Be inspired below!
I made this necklace in spirit of the Queen of Hearts--and created hearts out of cards.
I was going to wear my super high Jeffrey Campbell Lita's, but embraced being super comfortable in my Chucky T's--which also allowed me to tip toe around swans, and frolic through the Palace of Fine Arts as though I was the Queen of the castle!
Spent the weekend at my boyfriend's parent's house.
They pretty much have this Vineyard in their backyard, as it is across the street from their house.
We took advantage of the vineyard and went on a walk through it before we headed out to a fun-filled night of burgers and disco bowling.
We also went on the most amazing 3 hour bike ride through vineyards and wineries where we were refreshed by the crisp (and clean) air that you don't seem to get in the city.
We saw so many animals along the way which made me so happy-- miniature ponies, chickens, cows and horses.
This skirt's pattern and colors ended up being a nice compliment to the bare grape vines and leaves that sprinkled the ground. The awesome White Stripes song "Dead Leaves on the Dirty Ground" kept popping into my head.