Just look at these shoes. I love a dope sneaker but I also love a sick heel. I think it’s important to keep a balance of both in your closet as a woman. I like my heels complex, and for them to speak for me. Usually will a detailed heel I keep the rest of my look and silhouette simple. That way the eye is drawn to the shoe but also the body as a complete look (hello!). I found these on Net-A-Porter while doing my nightly lust fest as I listen to vintage Kanye. Take a look and let’s weep together.
Coline embellished suede sandals
Yvette printed satin pumps
Coline cutout suede sandals
“I’ll do anything to say I got it, damn those new loafers hurt my pockets”
I’m a fan of Supreme, especially when they collaborate with Champion. (As you have seen in earlier posts.) That used to be the only thing I checked for….until now. I took a look at their look book for their incoming Spring/Summer collection and there were more than a few things I felt like I had to have. In my ever evolving collection of crews and sweats this was probably the last thing I needed to see, but some of these looks WILL be copped. Which means there will be a lot of stalking Supreme.com because stuff sells out SO fast. So fast that when their last collaboration with Champion came out I immediately stopped walking my dog ran to my house and accidentally left my dog outside the front door (sorry Prince mommy loves you) Anyway here are my favorites from the look book.
See the full look book HERE
Roaming around in a city that you are unfamiliar with is a lot of fun. I live in Oakland and know my way around here pretty well. I spent part of my youth here so it’s easy for me. San Francisco I haven’t. I always have a specific reason why I go there and then after that is done, I’m back to Oakland. Lately I have been making a running list of boutiques that I want to check out, so this weeks destination was The Brooklyn Circus. Of course @PapiDrinksWine was with me, check on her side of things HERE.
This store takes the idea of street wear and makes it classic. , because it is always changing sometimes keeping up with the fresh can be expensive.Now don’t get me wrong anything out of here will be investment pieces, but you will stand out and the quality is worth it. The Brooklyn Circus takes street wear makes is classic and timeless. The store is super cozy and the staff were very welcoming and polite. Which is dope, because some stores aren’t so much (no names….no names) Anyway after lusting after the varsity jackets (HAVE to cop one Especially the valentines varsity SO DOPE!!) I had the opportunity to chat with Omar and Sesa (so sorry if I spelled your name wrong.) About their personal style and love of street wear. They both expressed how they appreciate how street wear is evolving into classic pieces and developing a lifestyle and how the style of The Brooklyn Circus can be worn anywhere. Please stop by and visit and add something amazingly classic to your wardrobe.
Check out their site HERE or stop by:
The Brooklyn Circus SF
1521 Fillmore St.
San Francisco, CA 94115
On a fluke I got an invite from my friend @Camrus that The GAP in downtown San Francisco was having a party and we were invited….. FUN! They had a manicure station provided by TopCoat, a bar with drinks for the free (hello!) and a photo booth set up by Lookmazing.com where you could get styled by GAP and win prizes on their site. The store itself is really nice and huge! I really enjoyed myself and the DJ was a good time. Make sure you stop by and check out the spring items coming in. There were some really great items for men and women. I found a denim shirt that I’m obsessed with finding in my size now. Here are some pics below.
Oh Nike! Why did you do that? Why would you just randomly on a cold Sunday in February drop the Red Octobers (Key word OCTOBER) and not tell anybody? Someone in Portland was listening to the new Beyonce album too many times. The reactions for the most part are so funny. Sneaker enthusiasts and hypebeasts all over are sick! See how twitter reacted below.
First this happened….
Then this happened…..
This ALL this happened…..
Cue Drakes “Worst Behavior” Nike don’t love y’all.
After refreshing my browser a million times last weekend my shoes came. I’m excited. They are so comfy and I got some nail wraps to match! The attention to detail down to the tape on the outside of the box. Is what sets Melody Ehsani apart from many designers out. I can’t wait to rock these (which will probably won’t be for a while) however when I do there will be an outfit post for sure. For now take a look!
Check Out MelodyEhsani.com and follow @MelodyEhsani.
Smelling good is just as important as looking good. The day I got my first “grown woman perfume” a good friend of mine gifted it to me. The box itself excited me. I wanted to keep every single piece that came with it and in it. It was a bottle of Astor Place from Bond No.9……..After that first spray…I was HOOKED. Every time I wore that scent I would get constant compliments about how good I smelled. That was about 5 years ago and to this day that is one of my go to scents. On top of the amazing scents the bottles are works of art and all inspired by my favorite city New York…Just beautiful. Anyway here are some great options and stop by your local Nordstrom or Saks to try out some samples and peep my my faves below.
Shout out to E!!