Love, lace & arrows.
I’ve been a huge Kacey Musgraves fan since I started performing with Shania Twain a few years back. When I started playing viola and fiddle for one of the biggest country artists of all times, my musical taste was definitely drawn towards Nashville singer-songwriters, bluegrass and anything with pedal steel guitar. When one of my bandmates introduced me to Kacey’s album “Same Trailer Different Park,” I had it on repeat so much I think my boyfriend has all the lyrics memorized. Kacey’s lyrics are so true, raw and unforgettable. Since I can’t get the chorus of “Follow Your Arrow” out of my head, I figured I’d just write about it in this post. Only fitting for this rad arrowhead necklace from 11 Twenty Eight Jewelry Designs, a company out of my hometown in Ohio! Continue reading
Bohemian resort couture
I am absolutely in love with this gorgeous line from Phoenix based designer, Misha Mendicino. Easy to wear, super cozy and breathable fabrics that are flattering on any figure. I can slip on a Misha dress and run errands in a tunic that feels like my pajamas but looks like a perfectly planned boho ensemble. All of her dresses are made out of the softest rayon material and seem to effortlessly fall in just the right places. These are dresses I would pack for a vacation, wear as a cover up to the pool, go shopping in and then wear to dinner. So versatile and casual boho! Continue reading
Handwoven with love.
There’s something magical about wearing an item that is completely handmade. It has a true story to tell and a journey that started in the hands of the artisan. The artisans that craft these handwoven dresses are indigenous people of the Wayuu tribe in northern Colombia. The women of the tribe spend their days crafting dresses and mochila bags entirely by hand without a loom. Days or weeks are spent creating each stitch and knot while the dress comes to life in the hands of a woman thousands of miles away. The Buena Onda (the good wave) supports these women and by making these gorgeous items available to purchase around the world. Continue reading
Poolside with Hari Mari.
It always feels like summer officially ends next weekend over Labor Day. Growing up my family would take one last summer trip over Labor Day weekend to a jazz festival in Michigan. Those were always the last few days of swimming and laying by the pool listening to my favorite grunge bands without a care in the world. Now living in LA I feel like summer never officially ends, I just gradually switch my flip flops out for boots, but that won’t even happen for at least another month. Continue reading
Bold gypsy accents.
Tunics and boots. This has been my go-to combo for the summer. They’re so easy to slip on and run out the door looking completely put together. Adding large, bright colored accents make it even more fun and polished. I’ve been lusting over everything with tiny coin accents, mini mirrors, beads and hand embroidered patterns. These gypsy pieces instantly turn any slightly boho outfit into something fit for a gypsy muse. Pachamama Bohemian has been my favorite shop to find all of these stunning accessories, purses, pashminas, even clothing. Continue reading