Seattle fashion

The Best Coast

Top c/o Sugarlips, Madewell jeans, Seychelles sandals, vintage clutch

I seriously feel like I'm living in a dream, driving around California. I can't believe this is the first time I've ever been here! These photos, taken back in Seattle, feel like a million miles away. I feel like every place I visit could be my new home, and Camarillo definitely feels that way.

I have been seeing Sugarlips clothing all over the blog world recently and am so excited to share this piece with you. I'm loving the cutout shoulders and definitely want to add more pieces like this to my wardrobe. The studs add such a great edge to a casual sweater.

Plans for today include checking out southern California libraries and the essential stop at The Coffee Bean. I can't wait to share all my photos with you when I'm back in Seattle! Have a great weekend.

Fashionography x Zipped

Nectar Clothing jacket (borrowed), F21 tee (borrowed), Free People necklace and beanie, Madewell jeans, Hunter boots, Cut 'n' Paste bag

One of the most important things on my to-do list while home in Seattle was meet-up with the best fashion blogger on the Olympic Peninsula, Kathryn of The Fashionography! We've followed each other for awhile now and I am so glad I got to meet this gal. We had a lovely time chatting about graphic design and blogging over drinks at Caffe Ladro.

As we strolled through downtown, Kathryn noticed these stunning electric blue trees which had been featured in the Seattle Times earlier that morning--they were painted by an Australian artist to bring awareness to deforestation. Instantly, I knew I wanted to shoot there! Kathryn was a blast to take pictures with, and is such a talented photographer. Elyse let me borrow this adorable red coat from Nectar Clothing, and I can already tell I'm hooked on this online boutique! The color perfectly coordinates with the gum that decorates Post Alley under Pike Place Market...

A Day Off

Urban Outfitters tee, Madewell jeans, H&M crossbody, Target flats, Essie 'Tart Deco'

It wouldn't feel like home if I had been welcomed with anything but a rainstorm, which is exactly what I got today while we snapped these pictures. This may have been the speediest my sister and I have ever taken photos, especially since I was dressed in nothing special--a cozy striped tee and rugged crossbody.

Literally the most uninteresting outfit ever, but some days, it's just whatevs.

It will never cease to amaze me how green Washington is. After a few days of rain in Minnesota, there was a bit more color, but it's nothing compared to the Pacific Northwest. It's been so much fun to relax and be at home. I'm so relaxed I can't even think of anything to write.

Maybe I'll just leave you with that and go make some more coffee.