She's a gorgeous designer from the bay area and has created her own fashion business from scratch. Who wouldn't want a peek inside Kristen Michael's life?! When not fully emersed in her work as a special education teacher, she makes time to channel her creativity. We love her work and had a chance to catch up with her to chat about K Michael Style.
Last week I got to spend time in Hawaii with family just soaking in the good weather and relaxing. I love nothing more than a good sunset or sunrise and I made sure to park it right near the beach whenever the sun was on the horizon.
(Do you spy my mom in this one? Very tiny up next to these palm tree giants)
I love, love, love being comfortable. Nothing says it more to me than some good leggings, a sweater, and a hat of the moment (because I love hats). It's always good to feel comfortable and also warm enough for running errands or being outside.
(Charlotte Russe boots, Forever21 sweater, Nordstrom's hat)
With the rain (and snow) on it's way, it will be time to add layers.
Our beautiful friend, Francesca, was looking to "trash the dress" so I was excited at an entirely new photo challenge. Trashing the Dress is a new thing that people do post wedding to really get unique photos they never got at their wedding or where they completely destroy the wedding dress they will never wear again (check out google image searches for "trash the dress").
Last weekend, my mom and I went to Albuquerque to visit my brother, his wife, and their amazing baby boy, Matthew (the most darling nephew in the entire world). They were great tour guides and took us all around the city. I found it to be an incredibly beautiful place and would love to go back. I didn't realize the altitude was over 6,000ft there but I guess that's why they call it "high desert!" Check out my take on Albuquerque.
Do you ever look at articles of clothing and say those aren't supposed to go together but they do so well? I'm not sure if I ever get it right but from time to time when I throw two completely different patterns together, they actually work. I'm loving large cozy socks and thick knits to keep me warm.
(Forever21 sweater and sweater skirt)