Friday, October 7, 2011

FASHION FRIDAY ✩ Day Becomes Night

Today's Look
Blazer: Theory
Sweater: Jump bought at Oak NYC
Shorts: Vintage Levis
Belt: Gap
Watch: Nixon
Heels: Sam Edelman bought on Piperlime
Clutch: Vintage
Tights: American Apparel
Earrings: My Mom's
Red and Black Stack rings: Belle Noel
Today's  Make up
Eyes:Roller Girl Palette Courtesy of Urban Decay
Lips: Mac Ruby Woo
Check: Nars Casino

Here in L.A. the Weather can be pretty Schizo.  One day we think it's going to be Fall and the next day it's 85 degrees.. and as days get shorter and the nights get longer the weather can get rather crisp.

So here is my take on how to turn your summer favorites into your fall must haves! 

The Vintage Levi's:

I've worn these short about three times a week since I bought them five months ago.  They are my goto's.  Paired with tights, a sweater, and a blazer..  this summer staple is now my fall favorite. Until I do a little fall shopping that is.

The Theory Blazer:
I adore the shape of this double breasted blazer.. Structured and clean.

The Sam Edelmans: 
A new addition purchased on Piperlime... They are super duper duper duper comfy.. I wore them all night..and I just adore the black and gold combo.. they also have a Purple suede version that I am seriously considering getting.. is that just gluttonous?

The Sweater: 
Nothin like a little ventilation.. It's just cosy...

The Bun:
I would say I wear my hair in a bun once a week.. This is what us black girls or curly haired girls do when the hair is dirty or just to dang much to deal with that day. The good part is that its super ballerina chic.  Clean and simple.. Perfect for a crisp black blazer and a rainy day!

 Have a fun fab fantastical weekend everybody!

Summer Staples as Fall Fav's..... I "Like"

Taye ;)

More on today's FASHION FRIDAY  photog: Jason Gurvitz 

Jason Gurvitz
Most of Jason's work has focused on people in marginalized areas of the world and most recently at the Black Lion Hospital in Ethiopia. He has also produced films in Spain, Colombia, and the US, through his production company Green Dog Films

You can view some of his photography work here:


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