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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 / , , ,





Romper | Jacket old (Similar here) | Bracelets

Something to know:

Threads by The Shine Project:
Threads is a cause driven business that changes the future of at risk youth. They came from various backgrounds, but all have one thing in common, they want to break the cycle. By employing them, we instill values of self reliance and hard work. They are paid fair wages for the bracelets they make, and in turn are able to pay their way through school. Many of Threads employees are first generation college students. They dream of becoming nurses, broadcasters, writers and engineers.
Your purchase will directly impact a student. Even beyond financial support, your belief in them is a symbol of hope and trust that they can achieve what for so long seemed impossible. By purchasing Threads you are wearing more than just a bracelet, you are wearing change.

Photo credit: Willow Greene




Studio

Monday, October 27, 2014 / , ,







Dress Free People old (Similar vibe here) | Glasses Prada old (Similar here) | Shirt

This collaboration was way too much fun and a great experience. With a team consisting of Dylan Brabec (lighting and tech specialist), Ryan Neal Cordwell (lighting and concept co-director), Titus Fauntleroy (talent director), Elijah Tubbs (supportive boyfriend and hairbrusher), and E. Ryan Strongin (photographer), we whipped out some amazing photos! I absolutely love how clean they turned out and the stark contrast between the two looks.

Photo credit: E. Ryan Strongin





Bien

Friday, October 24, 2014 / , , ,







Sadly, this is the last of my San Diego pictures, but that means a change of scenery which is always nice. Speaking of "bien" I am currently enrolled in my second French class and feel like a complete buffoon whenever I try and speak the language. I took Spanish in high school and had no problem at all with the accent, but for some reason French is kicking my butt. Not to mention, trying to talk to someone who is fluent in French is a pain in the butt... I cannot understand a word that is coming out of their mouth. Help me! Have you had a similar experience? What was your second language in school?

Photo credit: Robert Temmerman