Meet Emillie Stephenson




Hi Loves!

I'd like to present you to a good friend of mine who happened to accompany me to the Phono Del Sol Music Festival. This here is my old gal pal miss Emillie Stephenson rockin' them overalls, ankle boots and leather jacket to perfection, as usual. I didn't have a chance to ask her who she's wearing but boy does this pretty petite pull off this look well. Just wanted to share her look and show how we San Francisco girls like to rock our style, cool, edgy, and put together. 

Hope everyone's week has been going well!

XOXO
- Jordy

Music Festival Style







Hi Loves!

Theres nothing like dressing for the ever changing weather here in San Francisco, especially this time of the year where sometimes the sun likes to hide away and peek out occasionally. This is why I always dress in layers. The wool hat not only protects my eyes from the sun but its also an added bonus when the temperature drops. I loved busting out these wild ratchet tribal pants from Forever 21 which we perfect for a music festival especially when paired with sturdy slip on Anthropologie booties for stomping around. My necklace and brass geometric cuff I made myself and my tank is one I bought from Letote. The Spitfire sunglass were an impulse buy from Wasteland earlier that day. I'm also wearing an  oversized brown and black sweater which is vintage. I often frequent my fav thrift store in SF Thrift Town on Mission and 17th for unique one of a kind treasures like my belt and sweater jacket.  And there you have it my version of what a festival outfit is made up of.

Thank You for stopping by. 
There's more to come! Check back for a new post on festival fashion featuring my friend Emilie.

Please feel free to leave me a comment. 
I would love, love, love to hear from you readers.


XOXO
- Jordy

Phono De Soul Music Festival























Hi Loves!


I hope you all have had a wonderful week and are off to a relaxing weekend!

I just wanted to share these images I took from last Saturday. My dear friend Emillie and I enjoyed the day together meeting up in the Haight for brunch, went wandering the racks at Wasteland and scavenged the local yard sales. We ate one of my favorite brunch spots, Zazie's in Cole Valley. They have the best eggs florentine and best the breakfast plates around. Next stop was the Phono De Soul Music festival in Potrero del Sol Park. It was a beautiful day with the easy going tunes, colorful people and sunshine all around. Emilie and I enjoyed the festivities as you can see ranging from taking a few snaps at the "Photobus" to kicking back on the grassy hill and soaking it all in. My favorite set was when I watched Thao and The Get Down Stay Down, they really know how to dare I say it, get down. 

Check back for more posts to follow in festival fashion!

Please feel free to leave me a comment. 
I would love, love, love to hear from you readers.

XOXO
- Jordy

Modern & Minimal Bohemian

Modern Femininity













Hi Loves!

I'm back again, sorry it took so long ; )
Playing with the format today, let me know what you think.
This post is unfortunately the last from my recent series with photographer Francisco Garcia

But it's okay, I promise you, I have more tricks up my sleeve that I can't wait to share. You can be expecting some new outfit posts and some street style, and a bit of SF's music festival scene. So keep checking in!

I have some things on my "To Do List" including the launch of my new facebook fan page and a twitter account. I'm going to try and branch out as much as I can on social media in order to learn as much as I can, as well as to grow my outreach/connections to others. What are your thoughts of keeping up with social media? As someone who loves fashion, jewelry and photography in her spare time I know it's not normal to post something everyday to all of my social media platforms, uh I have a life. But it doesn't mean I can't try to push myself and keep playing around. The thing I didn't realize is HOW MUCH WORK it is to have a blog and create posts. 

I've got a lot of respect for those fabulous fashion bloggers out there like these ladies: ColorMeNana NatalieOffDuty FlashesOfStyle who blog and post 24/7, I kindly thank them for giving me never ending inspiration but I'm not on your level...at least not yet. A full time working girl can only try. So bear with me folks while I try and take a whack at this blogging thing.

For those of my readers that currently follow me, THANK YOU!!!!! Really I mean it. Now, if you could do me a favor and leave a comment so I can know what you're thinking, that would be awesome

I hope you enjoy! Please feel free to leave me a comment. I would love, love, love to hear from you.

XOXO
- Jordy

City Slicker

Mixing vintage prints with a modern twist


Wear this look to a date or brunch with friends, because its so hip and versatile. With the added eclectic accessories the look tells a quirky story of a traveling western girl exploring her new city. It just goes to show you can mix and match without going overboard. The three mixes of the western, modern and bohemian create an unusual yet interesting tale.


XOXO
- Jordy


Downtown Damsel
















Wearing:
 Club Monaco dress, Vintage carpet bags, vintage black shoes, thrifted vintage belt, San Diego Hat Co. Hat, American Apparel watch, random gifted rings and bracelets.

Hi LOVES!
I'm back again with a new post from my recent photoshoot with talented photographer Francisco Garcia Hristov. We met up in downtown San Francisco in Union Square and wandered around from there for this minimal chic shoot. I had a great time walking around with him snapping random pictures this afternoon. I was going for a minimal vibe with a touch of edge and vintage flare, two of my trademark go to looks, and when meshed together create perfect harmony. 

SHOUTOUT:
Attention other bay area fashion bloggers and creatives Francisco would love to connect with you. He's great for collaborating for any kind of fashion or fine art photography needs. Be sure to check out his site http://www.fghlux.com/ and shoot him a message if your intrrested in his work. 
On a side note this was the second time I've worked with Francisco and I definitely felt more comfortable and free with him which can be tricky when you're having your picture taken. I think I've overcome a little bit of my camera shyness, which is a good thing. Its true when they say that the more you do things that challenge and break your comfort zone the more natural it feels to do something bold an unexpected. I hope you can tell by these photos how much fun I had with it all. I can't help but feel a bit fabulous frolocking aorund in a dress, my trusty hat and little black flats. 

I hope you enjoy!
Please feel free to leave me a comment. 
I would love, love, love to hear from you readers.

XOXO
- Jordy