A few weeks ago my sister and I went to Santa Monica Pier and played at Pacific Park. I had a casting over there and I figured it would be a great time to go. For the most part, I turn my work days into outtings to so that I can experience life while working and also so that I can make it back home to spend more time with my baby girls.
Santa Monica Pier has a small amusement park, very small. You can either pay for each ride between $6-8 dollars or you can just buy the unlimited band for $28.95 each, which is what we did. I think everyone should do it at least once, it was small, not very scary but it was something that I think people should experience if you are in the area and visiting the boardwalk. We didn’t take very many photos of us, the rides or the food and I know I should have grabbed maybe some video but what do you do?
It was definitely a gorgeous view!
And we went early enough in the day so that it wasn’t busy, another score! The employees could stand to be more friendly though.
Going home, I grabbed some flowers and made a pizza.
Today the weather is miserably and undeniably summer! It’s 91 degrees and sunny. I wish L.A. could have a small slice of the rain-cake, just a slice, a taste.
When I look at life, I look at how our fashion interacts within it. It sounds more complicated then it is. As a girl, I have shoes for shooting, shoes for casting, shoes for running after my doggies, shoes to run to the store in, shoes to jog in…. basically, it’s all about how well your threads get along with any situation.
Now, you probably think, oh no, it’s a post about shoes. But it’s not, it’s just a simple post about my own simple fashion snaps in my regular everyday life. My clothing is just like my shoes, I try to keep a very tight closet with a limited number of items so that they do not get lost in the jungle that is my black fortress. There are clothes to play in, run in, lounge in… you get the image in the mirror.
Many days when I’m feeling under the weather, I love to just throw on a maxi dress and some aviators.
And some days it’s city chic with some oversized round sunglasses and red leather jacket from Guess to get some Tea
Other days I seem inspired by Jockey’s and wear riding boots, white jeans from Abercrombie kids and a sweater for a cozy feeling. Starbucks, very mandatory. And a bite of a pastry, but never a whole one.
She works hard for those arms, let’s show them off in a lot of tank tops and Rag&Bone Skinny Jeans.
Denim and Leather! Put them on Together! It’s an all around rock fest for this girl. I adore me some Rob Halford of Judas Priest inspired leather.
And it’s always nice to go to shows where an artist loves the same things, denim and leather! Thank you for the photo Jimmy Gnecco
And when I’m shooting, how I love to wear all of the amazing dresses! Look at this one. It’s for the upcoming LA Fashion week! I recently shot a video for it.
Dirty Rocker boys? Yes, please! The High on Lows!
Okay, so there isn’t an outfit but this is a very nice club in DTLA. It’s called Mrs. Fish. Indoor fish tanks and the service it tops!
Sometimes you just have to go to shoots in your most comfy things, leggings and a sweater.
And of course, with those skinny jeans, sometimes you need a break from the heels and just relax in your comfy Skechers kicks.