(Rag & Bone tank, Lover shorts, Céline sandals, Saint Laurent Chyc bag)
I’ve worn the black version of these shorts out to the nth degree and have convinced myself that lace shorts are now a wardrobe basic so it felt not too crazy to go for them in coral. More colors please Lover! I broke them in yesterday with a Rag & Bone mullet top and 2011 throwback footwear.
(Topshop bandana print shirt and shorts, Manolo Blahnik Chaos sandals, Dylan Kain Ryder bag)
Bandana print has seeped into my closet like the liquid it isn’t over the past couple of years but this rendition is the most fun yet. Children’s summer pajama-like with a nice boxy cut and subtly slitted up shorts, a lot of requirements are being checked here. I wanted to keep the look sleek so paired the set with my beautiful new oh and first ever Manolos for an afternoon in Santa Monica. Not really casual but not too done – ideal.
photos by Colin Sokol
(Brandy Melville knit tank, Ksubi shorts, Chloé braided nude sandals, rings by Hortense, Bijules, and Gabriela Artigas, Cartier bracelet)
Summer uniform variant and weird vibes by the behemoth cactus. Must incorporate more plants that look like they can swallow you whole and cartoonishly lick their lips afterwards into this blog.
photos by Colin Sokol
A taco salad/strawberry/coconut water picnic and apparently near yoga session wearing a new favorite tank from Brandy Melville. Something that I’m perhaps overly into right now is things with laser cutouts brushing their hems and if I can integrate that all into a tank and shorts set, even better. It’s all very specific.
photos by me and Colin
(Brandy Melville USA knit tank, Topshop suede shorts, gas station sunglasses)
Hanging out at my favorite unincorporated surf town. Bolinas is only accessible via windy roads mountain goats might think twice about and purposefully unmarked by signs, but once you’re there it’s all wild raspberries growing on the side of the road, surfers loping towards the sand, and however you would describe the vibe where people are wringing out their laundry and setting up lawn chairs where the mayor’s office would probably have been if it existed. I wore bisque on ivory on white in the form of $6 liquor store shades. The easiest.
photos Colin Sokol
What I did was I went and found the most burlap sack-looking thing around. Sometimes I wonder what I have against myself. But I love it. If you ask me, this is the summer of spaghetti straps and cheesecloth.
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