18.3.18

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SUNDAY. Or morning Michelada, as is too often the case... Pressing [restart] this Sunday with some flashbacks from my mini Sayulita getaway a couple months back. I might just pull out this ever-so-comfy dress for the workweek with some black vegan leather skinny pants and mules. It's getting warm enough, I promise. 

te amo, j





31.1.18

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 Sweater: Tobi | Pants: Lou & Grey | Sunnies: Elizabeth & James | Shoes: Nine West


TUESDAY. I want everyone to know that I successfully drank both coffee and red wine in this outfit, without spillage. My lighter neutrals get to live to die another day. I've been mass populating my closet with backless tops for the simple reason that if I'm going to subject myself to generally loose-fittings as a uniform choice, I might as well add a little risqué bod play. Simpler reason: I like em.
This wrap sweater from Tobi is pretty much everything I want in a sweater - elongated sleeves (so I can hide when I forget to do my nails), aforementioned skin-show for aforementioned sexiness, allll in a neutral hue. This one is called Sienna. My main girl.

Te amo,
J




29.12.17

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Shirt/Pant: Light In The Box | Long-sleeves: unbranded | Bangle: F21 | Shoes: Ivanka Trump


FRIDAY. Thinking I need to incorporate more tans into my closet, now that I have this super soft pantsuit piece freshly added. If you (short chicks) ever thought culottes were not a possibility, reconsider. I found that a silky, drapey number that falls around legs more loosely (per pictured) eliminated any reservations around being awkwardly cut off. And since the thermostat has been hovering just above freezing lately (fancy that - in winter?), I dug through my pajama drawer to layer this ragged cotton situation underneath. Easy peasy, Lemon. 


TE AMO, J



10.12.17

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Bag & Dress: Elote Arte | Sandals: {Taipei Market}


SUNDAY. Maxing out cliche young gringo obligations by hiking to San Pancho to escape Sayulita to escape Puerto Vallarta to escape the winter, only to find that that ones local boutique with handmade cotton dresses and beach totes still falls in the category of: for people with plenty money. That's what I get for making an impromptu southward flight while my summer clothes are still in boxes... But fine - still walked away with this versatile throw-on (here knotted) as a happy enough patron. 





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