breezy denim

July 25, 2014

ASOS Denim Dress-- ZARA Shoes from SS13 -- Limited bag -- ZeroUV Sunglasses

While I am normally drawn to more form-fitting pieces, summer calls for breezy dresses.  This blue ombre denim one I found is the breeziest.  Strange, I know since denim is typically not considered a breezy fabric - but I am oh so glad that I took a chance on a potentially seasonally inappropriate find (can purchase similar here or here).  

x Kell


July 22, 2014

Miri NYC Tie-Dye Tunic - Zara Mini Wedge Sandals

My postpartum modus operandi for dressing is the more billowy the better. Enter the Miri NYC tie-dye tunic designed by our good friend Mera Anwar, also seen on the likes of Penssatucky...I mean Taryn Manning. I wore this to a casual dinner with Kell at my favorite neighborhood salad joint. Additionally, I got a haircut that I've been referring to as a "slob" (super long bob). Catchy, no?? It's just short enough that my daughter and her tiny baby hands can't pull on my hair every chance they get. :D

x Steph


July 11, 2014

MIRINYC Top and Skirt -- Jeffrey Campbell Shoes -- BCBG clutch

In between the "liquid sunshine" rainy spells of the Bahamas, I was able to snap a few shots of one of my favorite looks for summer travels.  Rompers, cover-ups, and jumpers are lovely but I reserve the largest spot in my heart (dedicated toward clothing, that is) to matching separates.  Much more convenient for hot days at the beach.  If it was socially acceptable to wear the same thing every day, then I would live in this saffron number by one of my good friends and favorite designers, Mera Anwar of MIRINYC.

x Kell

postcards from freeport

July 9, 2014

Wearing: above- VAVA by Joy Han and last photo-Yumi Kim

As those of you who follow us on Instagram know, I recently went on a trip to the Bahamas.  Only after booking the majority of my plans, I found out about this great trip planning tool - Pintrips.  "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette was playing through my mind as I realized that finalizing my travel plans would have been so much easier using the Google Chrome-based trip builder - so easy that even my technically challenged self could figure it out (learn more about it here or here). 

These photos were taken throughout the island of Freeport in the Bahamas.  Every time that I go somewhere new, I have this desire to never leave and start thinking up ridiculous ways for me to stay forever.  After going on a jeep tour across the island, exploring bat caves in the Lucayan National Park, visiting Gold Rock Beach (where Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed), horseback riding on the beach, documenting the pantone-worthy home colors, and swimming with dolphins, I feel like I have to pinch myself!  Dream come true. 

x Kell