Keep On Truckin’

1 Dec

Keep On Truckin’

Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Denim on denim, boyfriend jeans, oversized jacket, vinatage truck, west coast roadtrip
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Denim on denim, boyfriend jeans, oversized jacket, vinatage truck, west coast roadtrip
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Denim on denim, boyfriend jeans, oversized jacket, vinatage truck, west coast roadtrip
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Denim on denim, boyfriend jeans, oversized jacket, vinatage truck, west coast roadtrip
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Denim on denim, boyfriend jeans, oversized jacket, vinatage truck, west coast roadtrip
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Denim on denim, boyfriend jeans, oversized jacket, vinatage truck, west coast roadtrip

I have been doing some personal reflection lately, after falling into a somewhat disgruntled frame of mind — a state of being which has actually become an unwelcome tradition for me this time of year. It tends to start out that way, at least…

When it comes to my personality, I’m stubborn and far from complacent. In describing myself as such I am not being self-deprecating — the opposite, in fact. When things go wrong, I do everything possible to try and find a solution. 2016, however, has probably been my strangest year to date (and trust me when I say there have been some pretty weird ones). The past 11 months were filled with experiences I will never be able to comprehend or resolve. Some of them terrible and some of them beautiful beyond words. Throughout the process, I have learned to accept that not every problem has a solution and that, in itself, is a big step. Also, I am now capable of finding joy in the “little things” I used to disregard. Don’t let a day go by without looking around and appreciating what you have. Sometimes its the fleeting moments and unexpected memories that pull you through tough times.

When I find I’m falling into a rut, I have to credit myself for never ceasing to at least make an attempt to do something about it. I’ve traveled — roaming around Europe, as I did last year, or taking a road trip, like I have done many times before. Nothing clears my mind and helps me organize my thoughts more than going on a road trip – driving anywhere, everywhere, nowhere…taking in new surroundings and getting to know inspiring people on a deeper level, along the way.

Everyone sees life through a different lens, and has gone through something you have not. I am a firm believer that we can never stop learning from others, if we approach the world with an unbiased mind and a welcoming heart. You’ll meet the right ones when you least expect it. Maybe they’ll open your eyes to an important part of life you were previously blind to. Perhaps you’ll find yourself revived by a story that moves you or be inspired by their unique approach to viewing the world and overcoming hardships.

While I by no means look forward to this recurring loss of creative energy, inevitably accompanied by an indescribable feeling of emptiness, I must say that each time I have gone through it (and done something about it) in the past, I have come out more revitalized and prepared for what is yet to come — in life, love, loss and any other unpredicted twist or turn.

Life is fucking weird, and it’s also what we make of it. So I decided to head out, yet again, on a random journey…starting with a night the hills of Malibu, sleeping in a Mongolian yurt at Great Spirits Ranch (highly recommend). After that I continued up North for a week and a half…spontaneously stopping at a couple familiar spots, while also seeing a few incredible new ones. I find it best to steer clear of redundancy. Travel and taking in the new will help fill those empty gaps and put you back on the right path, even if it is a different one than you expected to be on.

I learned a lot along the way and look forward to sharing more about the rest of my journey…stay tuned!

*head to toe: Ray-ban Clubmaster sunglasses, Citizens of Humanity boyfriend jacket, The 5th Brooklyn watch, T by Alexander Wang Superfine v-neck tee, Citizens of Humanity Melanie wide-leg crop jeans, Jacob Ankle boot via Urban Outfitters, Ringo the Dog via @RingoKnows

On The Prowl

11 Nov

On The Prowl

Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Necktie blouse, wide-leg silk pants, cocktail attire, West Village loft, champagne, strappy sandals, ombre hair
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Necktie blouse, wide-leg silk pants, cocktail attire, West Village loft, champagne, strappy sandals, ombre hair
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Necktie blouse, wide-leg silk pants, cocktail attire, West Village loft, champagne, strappy sandals, ombre hair
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Necktie blouse, wide-leg silk pants, cocktail attire, West Village loft, champagne, strappy sandals, ombre hair
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Necktie blouse, wide-leg silk pants, cocktail attire, West Village loft, champagne, strappy sandals, ombre hair

While in NYC, I had the pleasure of teaming up with an awesome UK-based company, SpareRoom, as they take their recent US expansion by storm. The founder is an awesome dude, Rupert Hunt, who’s just hopped his way across the pond, moving from London to Manhattan, and is renting an incredible loft on Bleecker (where these photos were taken).

Rupert is a firm believer that life is more fulfilling when shared with the right people…a sentiment I can certainly get on board with (whether we’re talking about roommates, friends, or any other little life enjoyments). SO, Mr. Hunt decided to launch a campaign to find two roommates to enjoy his new luxury loft with at a rent cost of just $1 a month…fo real.

While the opportunity to score one of those golden spots has sadly come and gone, there’s gonna be more where that came from as they continue to grow!

SpareRoom is an incredible service that’ll help you find the perfect person / people to build a happy home with, whether you are looking to move or have a vacant room you need to fill. I know firsthand how tough this can be in the city…so consider them your saving grace.

If you live in NYC and are on prowl for the right people for a space-share, be sure to swing by one of their weekly Speed Roommating events (yep, kinda like speed dating, but without the awkwardness and pressure). Extra bonus is my dear friend David coordinates them and he’s super fun! So if nothing else you’ll walk away with a rad new buddy at the end of the evening.

head to toe: Zara neck-tie blouse (similar style HERE), HALSTON Heritage lightweight flowy culotte w/ slits (similar style HERE), Bernardo Blythe ankle strap sandals

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In A New York Minute

23 Oct

In A New York Minute

New York City, Los Angeles Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Lower East Side street style, oversized sweater, grey loose-fit tank top, burgundy tote, cropped denim, white mules, dog blog
New York City, Los Angeles Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Lower East Side street style, oversized sweater, grey loose-fit tank top, burgundy tote, cropped denim, white mules, dog blog
New York City, Los Angeles Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Lower East Side street style, oversized sweater, grey loose-fit tank top, burgundy tote, cropped denim, white mules, dog blog
New York City, Los Angeles Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Lower East Side street style, oversized sweater, grey loose-fit tank top, burgundy tote, cropped denim, white mules, dog blog
New York City, Los Angeles Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Lower East Side street style, oversized sweater, grey loose-fit tank top, burgundy tote, cropped denim, white mules, dog blog

Spent the past month or so in NYC, which you may have noticed…depends if you follow me on Instagram (hint, hint, wink, nudge)! Pretty sure I’ve never pulled off NOT staying in that beautiful, bloodsucking city at least 3x longer than I initially plan to. I think an hour in New York is kind of like five days in “real people” time…sort of as if you are moving at the speed of light, but without really noticing it. Without my 12 trusty Moleskines and Google Calendars I’d never stay on track. How I survived 5 years in the City is still a mystery to me…and props to my many strong and amazing friends’s who’ve been kicking ass out there for way longer.

That said, I actually do tend amaze myself with the amount of work (and damage) I’m able to accomplish while time-warping. I arrived, clocked some solid business hours, somehow managed to turn 29 years old, and now here I am, back in California…a little older, a lot more confused, and slowing down to process it all.

Special shout to my main man, Ringo, who was the best copilot ever — he took on the Big Apple like a champ. And so much love to my dear friends who let us crash on their couches, took me out and went along with my insisting it was NOT my birthday (but still let me win at ping pong), and the inspiring people I got to work with along the way…Amina, health coach/wonder woman/founder of Busy Happy Healthy, Art from Look Ave., Rupert from SpareRoom and a handful of others.

It really is amazing what can happen in a New York minute…let alone 3+ weeks. I never come back the same, but am starting to think that’s actually a part of the magic. Perhaps learning to embrace change, and welcome whatever surprises the universe decides to throw your way, might not be such a bad thing after all.

*head to toe: Stone & Strand diamond stud earrings, & Other Stories oversized wool cardigan, GANT Diamond G Solid Strap top, Zara zip up tote (similar style HERE) Mother Denim Insider crop jeans, loq mules (similar style HERE)

 

P.S. (!!!) Amina, author and wellness wizard is gearing up for what is going to be an AH-MAZING 21-day Health Venture. She’s worked wonders for me already and I am so excited to do a little detoxification before the holidays hit. Click HERE to sign up and enter code OnTheRacks15 at check out to save some $$. Join me, why don’t ya?!

Let It Burn

1 Oct

Let It Burn

Los Angeles, NYC, Paris Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel blog: Flower child, linen hippie top, bell-sleeved crop top, embroidered shorts, beach hair, black suede sandals
Los Angeles, NYC, Paris Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel blog: Flower child, linen hippie top, bell-sleeved crop top, embroidered shorts, beach hair, black suede sandals
Los Angeles, NYC, Paris Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel blog: Flower child, linen hippie top, bell-sleeved crop top, embroidered shorts, beach hair, black suede sandals
Los Angeles, NYC, Paris Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel blog: Flower child, linen hippie top, bell-sleeved crop top, embroidered shorts, beach hair, black suede sandals

“She has been through hell, so believe me when I say, fear her when she looks into a fire and smiles.” -E. Corona

We all face struggle and hardships, and handle things differently. People hurt in varying ways and my personal opinion is there is no right or wrong way to feel.

Sometimes we cry and crumble, genuinely believing we won’t be able to put the broken pieces back together the way they once were. I used to feel this way all the time. Then I realized I could view a difficult situation as an opportunity to rebuild a stronger version of myself instead…someone less fragile.

Some of us are more vocal about our emotions than others — we kick and we scream, and see to it that our voices are heard loud and clear. People might call it anger, but what’s wrong with being angry when someone hurts you? Under the circumstances I speak of, I call it strength, awareness, and self-respect. I am not a cruel or negative person. In fact, I consider myself the exact opposite. But I have been forced to evolve into a woman who can protect herself, because I’m tired of being stomped on.

A writer I love, Janne Robinson, posted something on her Instagram the other day that I loved. She said:

“If he’s the guy, nothing you can say will ever fuck it up. You cannot do love wrong.
We have emotional needs–be needy.
Be “too much” or say the wrong things.
Fuck, we all say the wrong fucking things. And how many of us don’t use protest behaviour and distancing techniques and likely games–and all of these are trying to protect us from “doing it wrong” and being hurt or hurting somebody. Your person will see you trying to sabotage or withholding communicating something hard and create a loving space for it to be heard. Your person will want to exceed your emotional needs. Your person will not be able to get enough of you. They will hold you kicking and screaming into commitment and intimacy if you need it and when you ask why, they will just smile and wonder how you cannot see your brilliance, worth and beauty.

Say too much, say too little–you cannot do love wrong, you cannot fuck up the unfuckable and love is the strongest thing alive.”

AMEN, SISTER. When you live in fear of fucking up, you aren’t in the loving relationship you deserve. When you are expressing yourself and being so brave that you can share your heart, but receive shame for so, you could be in a dangerous place. Get out.

So feel what you want to feel, say what you want to say, do what you want to do (just make sure you don’t become a walking contradiction, and continue to respect the feelings of others if you want yours to be respected). If it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work. End of story.

“Leave it alone. The past is the past,” he said. He spoke and I listened. I agreed he was right.

*head to toe:TIGI beach spray, NARS lip crayon in Biscayne Park, Free People Mi Corazon top & shorts set, Bernardo ankle strap sandals

Photography by Alexandra Petruck

For No One

19 Sep

For No One

Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Athletic cardigan, activewear, triangle bra, sleepwear, french bulldogs, interior decor, messy ponytail, french windows
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Athletic cardigan, activewear, triangle bra, sleepwear, french bulldogs, interior decor, messy ponytail, french windows
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Athletic cardigan, activewear, triangle bra, sleepwear, french bulldogs, interior decor, messy ponytail, french windows
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Athletic cardigan, activewear, triangle bra, sleepwear, french bulldogs, interior decor, messy ponytail, french windows
Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Athletic cardigan, activewear, triangle bra, sleepwear, french bulldogs, interior decor, messy ponytail, french windows

Los Angeles, NYC Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel Blog: Athletic cardigan, activewear, triangle bra, sleepwear, french bulldogs, interior decor, messy ponytail, french windows

Its sad but true that many of us spend days, months, and even years trying to love the wrong people. We give our hearts and thousands of tears to others who, intentionally or unintentionally, cause us ongoing pain that we willingly endure. Sometimes this pain, conflict and confusion can be so emotionally derailing that eventually you’ll stare in the mirror only to find the reflection looking back is a total stranger.  You’ll recognize the fact that you’ve been doing things and acting in ways that make you feel ashamed, and it’ll probably hit you all at once, like a ton of bricks. It is not all his or her fault, nor is it yours. But if / when this happens, consider it a wakeup call and an opportunity to turn things around. But this time, do it for yourself.

Why do we let this happen? Because we love them. Because we’ve convinced ourselves that their happiness is all that matters, or allowed their weaknesses to become our own. Ultimately this deteriorates confidence and encourages an internal misconception that we aren’t good enough or that we don’t deserve kindness. It leads us to feel like we are not special…that we’re inadequate and unloveable. NONE OF THIS IS TRUE.

“Selfish” isn’t a bad thing, when you find yourself giving far greater than you know you’ll ever receive (and I don’t mean supporting someone you care about through hard times, I am talking about the “big picture”). Sometimes in order to preserve dignity and a stable, happy existence, you must accept that the person you’ve opened your heart to is incapable or unwilling to reciprocate…but that doesn’t make you flawed.

You may even come to find that, as much as you might love someone, you are actually SO drastically different that things you feel are vital to building a sustainable, long-term relationship (things like “trust” and “compromise”), are admittedly irrelevant to them. When my ex told me that he didn’t believe in compromise, and that trust, for him, was not essential when it came to his relationships (friendly or romantic), my first thought was “are you twelve years old?”, and my second was that I should go running for the fucking hills.

I cannot claim that my views are right and his are wrong (trying to be neutral here, but by all means I am open to hearing your opinions). However, I will say that these are two values I, personally, feel are pretty much essential. I know in my heart that I could never live my life with someone who doesn’t comprehend or, at the very least, respect this. I’d forever be walking on eggshells and wondering if the words he told me were true. No, thank you.

I think it is also important to remind ourselves that we cannot change people, nor should we even attempt to. It is a lost cause and a waste of energy (especially if they are “anti-compromise”). We don’t match up with others so that we can “save them” or make them what we personally consider to be “better” — because these things are subjective and that would be completely unfair. A couple doesn’t have to see eye-to-eye on everything (in fact, that sounds frightening and also boring), but when two people who are in a relationship have such drastically different standards and viewpoints on fundamental topics, there is no way to move past it. Lesson learned.

I have had two pretty serious relationships in my life. The first one didn’t work out, but I look back on it fondly. The second was different, though. Most of the time it didn’t seem real, and I very rarely felt my heart was in a safe place. They are both GOOD men, who I respect for different reasons. I sincerely believe they wanted and tried to make me happy in their own, very different ways, while maintaining a desire to find personal happiness at the same time — fair enough. There were plenty of outrageous and unforgettable times that I will always treasure. But when it came to a point where the bad times outweighed the good, we should have called it quits. It was like trying, over and over again, to catch a pretty cloud and failing miserably…then the rain would start to pour.

In my most recent relationship, the good times were so good, that we kept on going because neither of us wanted to face the discomfort and sadness of accepting we were incompatible and it was time to let go. It took hitting rock bottom for this relationship to come to an end. And while it has been extremely difficult, it also feels like a weight is being lifted…sometimes, not always — but each day it gets a little easier, I suppose.

I feel I can breathe a little deeper and that parts of me I subconsciously let slip away are starting to make their way back. We were lovers, enablers, best friends (in my mind, not his – which he frequently pointed out), enemies, and weird, silly, stupid companions, all at the same time. We had nicknames and secrets and inside jokes that will only make sense to us, and there are so many things I already miss about him. But we were broken beyond repair.

We are both kind hearted people who care about one another deeply, but oftentimes we failed to show it. We were sad, desperate and addicted. We couldn’t ever NOT come back to one another, but with every additional attempt to “try again”, we were welcoming in more unneeded pain. Instead of taking on obstacles as a team, we turned against each other, until the biggest struggle of them all became a battle between the two of us, and one that would have no winner.

I hope you don’t find yourself in a situation like this — with someone for 4 years who cannot say they love you, unless under pressure, in which case they will cringe as they utter the words I’ve personally found to be so natural, happy and easy to speak…because they were true. Toward the end, I would say “I hate you” in a loving tone, like one would use when speaking to a puppy who doesn’t know what the words mean, just that they are nice. This seemed to make him feel more comfortable reciprocating the sentiment. The thought that I did this regularly in our final months, because it was the only way I could get a response, sickens me (and I take full blame for this masochistic, desperate move). However, when pressed by uncertainty so intense where you lose sight of yourself, or place unfair expectations on others because it is what you want, people act out in crazy ways. And yeah, I am kind of crazy. But that doesn’t mean any of this was right.

With every hardship we can grow to become better, stronger people (if we allow ourselves to embrace these opportunities). Even when you feel like you are burning alive in the pit of fucking hell, just try and look for the silver lining. It might feel like the world is over, but how about this…maybe it’s actually just beginning. You are giving yourself another chance to start fresh…and that is really exciting, if you think about it!

So appreciate your experiences — the good and the bad. When you are down and out, remind yourself that being alone is the perfect time to get back in touch with who you truly are — who you were, who you’ve become and who you ultimately want to be.

Treat yourself with respect and only accept the kind of love you know you deserve. Make an effort to be a better companion in the future by fixing the things you realize you did wrong the last time around (nobody’s perfect). And don’t give up just because something you wanted so desperately didn’t work out. He’s gone, you don’t need him, but rest assured he won’t forget you.

*head to toe: Pivotte Good-to-Go Cardi (love, love, love this brand / piece – definitely check out Pivotte Studio…cute, low maintenance product for high performing women), Sloane & Tate Paradise Cove Bra, pajama shorts from Monoprix, Frenchie (and photos) c/o Alexandra Petruck

Lemon Aid

9 Sep

Lemon Aid

Los Angeles, NYC, Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, Travel Blog: Lemon rinse, healthy hair products, retro fashion, red jumpsuit, beach hair
Los Angeles, NYC, Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, Travel Blog: Lemon rinse, healthy hair products, retro fashion, red jumpsuit, beach hair
Los Angeles, NYC, Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, Travel Blog: Lemon rinse, healthy hair products, retro fashion, red jumpsuit, beach hair
Los Angeles, NYC, Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, Travel Blog: Lemon rinse, healthy hair products, retro fashion, red jumpsuit, beach hair
Los Angeles, NYC, Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, Travel Blog: Lemon rinse, healthy hair products, retro fashion, red jumpsuit, beach hair
Los Angeles, NYC, Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, Travel Blog: Lemon rinse, healthy hair products, retro fashion, red jumpsuit, beach hair
Los Angeles, NYC, Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, Travel Blog: Lemon rinse, healthy hair products, retro fashion, red jumpsuit, beach hair
Los Angeles, NYC, Fashion, Lifestyle, Beauty, Travel Blog: Lemon rinse, healthy hair products, retro fashion, red jumpsuit, beach hair

I happen to be a big fan of experimenting with new beauty products…not really a “regimen” kind of gal. In fact, I typically see better results by mixing things up when it comes to my skin and haircare routines.

Right now, my latest obsession is a Lemon Rinse by Beautiful Nutrition, which smells amazing, holds in moisture, and leaves your locks feeling so fresh and so clean, clean. Basically it accomplishes the same thing that top of the line facial toner does for your skin…but to your hair!

You know me, I tend to go with a beachy, messy look. Problem is, sometimes this style borders on scraggly. The Lemon Rinse actually eliminates frizz more than any other product I’ve tried, and has been helping me achieve loose waves without being mistaken for Medusa.

Also, the citrus scent left me feeling revived and ready for action, so I decided to go retro with a stand-out jumpsuit, matching slide heels, and a pair of circular statement sunglasses.

So, if you are looking to branch out and try something new, this zesty product is a great place to start.  Give it a whirl (it only costs $10) and let me know what you think!

*head to toe: Lemon Rinse by Beautiful Nutrition, Stone & Strand medium princess diamond stud earrings, Jennifer Nettles x American West sterling and turquoise cuff bracelet (click HERE for more from the collection), Miakoda grey ruched bodysuit << these basics are the bomb, BB Dakota Keegan Crepe jumpsuit, Vint & York Moll round sunglasses in clearAmelie Pichard sandals

Photography by Alexandra Petruck

Dreamer

30 Aug

Dreamer

Los Angeles + NYC fashion, travel, lifestyle blog: Loose curls, lace kimono, lace onesie, home decor
Los Angeles + NYC fashion, travel, lifestyle blog: Loose curls, lace kimono, lace onesie, home decor
Los Angeles + NYC fashion, travel, lifestyle blog: Loose curls, lace kimono, lace onesie, home decor
Los Angeles + NYC fashion, travel, lifestyle blog: Loose curls, lace kimono, lace onesie, home decor
Los Angeles + NYC fashion, travel, lifestyle blog: Loose curls, lace kimono, lace onesie, home decor
Los Angeles + NYC fashion, travel, lifestyle blog: Loose curls, lace kimono, lace onesie, home decor
Los Angeles + NYC fashion, travel, lifestyle blog: Loose curls, lace kimono, lace onesie, home decor

A friend and mentor wrote to me:

You can do anything and change everything. All of the answers are inside of you, so keep on discovering. When it comes to accomplishing the things you love or starting again, you have to leave the unimportant behind. I do not mean by blaming anyone. On the contrary, being thankful for them because they helped you to understand what is yours and what is not. 

Get a new source of energy, powered by gratitude; gratitude for your parents, for your health, for your body, for your soul, for friends, for Ringo, and just take that step forward. 

“Bad” as well as “good” are choices, because when many things are happening in parallel, in our word of entrepreneurship, the key for us is to do what is really important and focus our limited resources in a positive way.

In many situations, the choices we make are not rational ones. You make choices that are dictated by your brain, but they are emotionally powered and conveyed by your heart. The key is to be able to listen to that voice inside. In order to do that, first you must be able to connect with yourself.

These important words moved me, and with the same gratitude he speaks of and his permission, I am happy to be able to share. I hope that, if you are feeling down and out, his letter can impact your mindset as well.

We’ve all been kicked down and learned how to stand back up, because that’s life. Sure, this is typically easier said than done, depending on the circumstances and your experience in dealing with whatever it is that might be troubling you. However, ultimately, it all circles back to knowing your self-worth, being proud, thankful, confident, and passionate about something…being passionate about anything that keeps your blood pumping. Channel that passion toward something proactive, as opposed to steering down a road that leads to self-destruction. Internal-respect and desire are two major gateways toward achieving peace of mind.

Passion and purpose…dreams and aspirations…love, not only for others, but for oneself, are what give us a reason to get out of bed each morning. These are the things that keep us going when the going gets tough. And the going will get tough. It might not even get easier, but if we can learn to handle our struggles with grace and self love, we can live lives that are rich and filled with promise. We can make all of our dreams come true.

*pictured: Sky Fajardo Jacket (similar styles HERE and HERE), Calvin Klein lace bodysuit (similar styles HERE and HERE), Jonsey Wood Carley necklace, Brooklinen Classic Core sheets, Crosley Cruiser record player

Photography by Alexandra Petruck