In between two rain showers, I dragged Octave out of our house to shoot yesterday's look, which I assembled for a project I'll be sharing in the coming weeks. Portland shops, I'm coming for you! Be prepared!
French perfectly imperfect hair (this is a joke, look at what my t-shirt says), but I (once again) decided to stop highlighting my hair with chemicals. Let's see how long I can bear it this time (I bet on 2 more months). Truth is, I like myself better as a blonde rather than a strawberry blonde. Plus, grey hair is showing up, I'm getting old you guys. Anyways, if you have a solution for me, hit me up. I'm not super confident in the efficiency of spraying lemon juice and chamomile to highlight my hair naturally. Maybe I'll try something totally different with henna. Do you picture me as a redhead?
I'm pretty proud of this outfit, besides the fact that it looks good (I'm so humble, I know!): a vintage military surplus jacket, a San Francisco made t-shirt, jeans made in the USA, shoes made applying sustainable and responsible practices.
OK, now your turn to tell me something, what's your favorite piece of clothing, is it new, is it vintage? Mine is a pair of vintage Levi's 501 I got at the flea market 2 weeks ago. I've kinda been wearing it non stop ever since (gross!), except for today, but they're so, so comfortable!
Worn / Jacket: Out of stock, similar by Urban Renewal, T-shirt: Perfectly imperfect by Bridge & Burn, Jeans: Elizabeth by imogene + willie, Shoes: Avalon by TOMS
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