Mixing Prints & Patterns

a vintage hat I bought at an estate sale, thrifted striped button up, Anthropologie Pilcro pants and long brass ring, thrifted black and white pumps, Free People statement necklace , thrifted brass bangles and vintage black/silver onyx ring. All my makeup I'm wearing is from  MAC cosmetics )

Stripes, Print, jewelry, heels and topped with a hat

Hi Loves!

First off I would like to apologize for my lack of posts in the last year, sorry... 

I went through a lot of transitions in my life at the end of 2014. Between the multiple jobs I juggled working back to back for weeks on end with hardly any days off, the 4 allergy attacks I suffered from landing me in the ER room several occasions and the ending of my year relationship with my boyfriend, I had a lot going on... Needless to say my blog and keeping up on my social media was put on the back burner. 

Sometimes life is messy and gets in the way of things like one's goals, dreams, passions and hobbies but there's always going to be a turning point or rather a light at the end of the tunnel. 

So, as of lately I've been making it a point to not only pursue my New Year's Resolutions that I made at the beginning of 2015 but to thrive on what I'm already good at (aka styling and making things come to life with my hands). In addition furthering my career as a fashion stylist has been a strong focus for me thus far and has also been quite the struggle since I'm now located in San Diego and no longer live in San Francisco. Yup! I up and moved back in December of 2015 to my roots here in "SoCal" as they call it. But you know what?! I've never been better or happier! I've been trying my hardest to make the best out of my situation and embrace the new friends and creative community around me.

Many people don't know this but I've been working on the side as an assist stylist for the past few months. Between my friend Roma ROMA, of OAK & ROMA , styling male models on set for TOUCH OF MODERN and assisting KRISTI BROOKS with a Bloomingdales fashion show I've been pretty busy in this department. BTW There's more to come with these experimental side gigs... I'm always open to collaborating and working alongside locals in the industry.

On a side note in the photography industry I recently met a beautiful creative soul named Lacey Oltman. She's a badass go getter whom I greatly admire. The new photo series that I'll be posting within the next few days are all taken by her. Although I miss working with my old pals Natalie and Francisco up in the bay area Lacey is my new go to photographer here in San Diego who shares the same creative conceptual ideas as I do. You're in for a real treat readers because there's more to follow!

In the meantime check out her website:  LACEY  and follow her on Instagram @laceyophotography . You can also find her on FACEBOOK for more inspiration as well. 

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

- Jordy


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