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Tuesday, October 20, 2015 / , , , ,

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Hat | Top | Jeans | Boots (similar here and here) | Glasses (similar here and here)

Photo credit: Eunice Beck

BonLook Eyeglass

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 / , , , , ,

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Sweater (MinkPink no longer in stock) | Glasses | Socks

Have you heard of BonLook

BonLook sells amazing glasses for only $99 and sunglasses for $79! They are of good quality and make it easy to switch up your look whenever you want. Before I found BonLook, I was spending anywhere from $300-$500 on glasses... but no, not anymore. I am absolutely stoked about this company.

Shopping online is made easy by allowing you to shop by style, gender, and/or face shape; you can even virtually try on the glasses you like. And if they aren't the glasses for you, you can send them back within 30 days to get the perfect pair.

Photo credit: Eunice Beck

Video: I'm Talking Books

Wednesday, October 7, 2015 / , , , ,

Leave me video/book suggestions in the comments please :)

Mornings Are for Mimosas

Tuesday, October 6, 2015 / , , , , ,

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Mornings are for mimosas and awesome local brands! Royalty Rags is an Arizona based brand, ran by two very lovely people who put "bits of their heart, soul, and passion" into their tees. This tank is one of the softest shirts I own and is highly breathable and comfy. Be prepared to want to sleep, eat, and live in these tanks. Also, they come with cheeky sayings that are relatable to just about anyone.
Go give them some love!

Photo credit: Daniel Primero


Thursday, October 1, 2015 / , , ,

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Glasses (similar here and here) | Romper (similar here and here)

Isn't it funny how things come back in style? I'm not talking about middle parts and flared jeans. 

My grandfather came to visit this past weekend from Oregon and we got to talking about how my generation likes to have tangible objects and experiences we can feel. How we like to feel the book in our hand rather than purchase an ebook, smell the pages worn down from years being leafed through and dogeared. How we now long to collect vinyls that were once traded out for tapes and then CDs and later files that could be downloaded from iTunes or pirated online. But now we love the crackly sound, heavy with white noise and complete with the shaky breaths taken between notes. How we want polaroids the size of our palms to stick to our walls or put in match tins to pull out later at social gatherings and show what you chose to take a photo of for a dollar per frame.

It's funny how we have this nostalgia for a time we weren't even there for. How we want everything in bulk and real rather than one dimensional. I know I love sitting late at night when I can't sleep and looking over my book collection and rearranging them into my favorites, the classics, and my stack of books to read next. I love the act of flipping my vinyl over to play side B. And I love waiting for my picture to develop before my eyes brightening from black.

So why is it that my generation has this nostalgia?

Photo credit: Daniel Primero