Working for yourself is kind of a funny thing — I’m not ashamed to admit that much time is spent working from my sofa simply because I can. The novelty has yet to wear off. But now that I’m in Seattle, I’ve got shared space and it’s been truly life changing. I have a normal-ish schedule for the first time in a long time (hello, weekends) and it requires me to actually get dressed for the day. This means I’m rediscovering so much good stuff in my wardrobe, especially since it’s spring, too!
My style has always felt more bohemian, less preppy… more casual, and less formal. I want my tops to billow and float, my jeans make my ass pop, and my shoes to give lift without impeding my crazy-fast walking pace. Oh, and I need a huge bag on me at all times.
Sometimes I feel like my style is a bit weird. I’m a firm believer in basics — i.e. I practically live in tees and jeans. But my style also veers very bohemian, making my look way more about layering basics than I think is traditionally associated with boho style. Don’t get me wrong, I love paisleys and prints of all kinds… but I tend to steer clear and opt for a pop of pattern with an otherwise simple look.
Clearly, I am so pumped to be doing style shoots again!
Celine sunglasses from Barneys, vintage denim vest, oversized t-shirt dress c/o Urban Outfitters (on sale!), white jeans from Target, Gravel & Gold boob tote, Kelsi Dagger platforms, vintage turquoise ring.
Photography by Meghan Klein for Jojotastic.