|Sunglasses Diane von Furstenberg | Tan Cardigan and Watercolor Floral Print Scarf Express (here) | White T-Shirt Kenar | Turquoise Pants Celebrity Pink (here) | Chrissy Pink Cross body Bag Kate Spade New York | Rose Gold Boyfriend Watch Marc by Marc Jacobs | Capped Toe Tan Flats Dolce Vita | Le Rouge Lipstick Fuschia Irestible 205 Givenchy | Photos by Brittany Curran|
Last weekend I had the chance to have my photos taken by Brittany Curran, the Street Style and Food Blogger behind Work It, Berk! and to be featured in her Blogger series Work It, Bloggers! This photo shoot was special to me because Brittany took my photo one random day as I was waiting at a bus stop in 2009 and peeked my interest in the world of fashion blogging. I found out that back then asking strangers to take their photos was still new to her, but when she approached me I thought she did it all the time!
I was not blogger when I met her, but I was really flattered she liked my outfit and wanted to take a photo of me in it. It was a fleeting moment, but it had a big impact on me and it made this photo shoot even sweeter. I know I've said before that the biggest perk from blogging is being able to connect and meet new people, and this is probably one of the best examples of that!
For our photo shoot, I decided to wear something colorful and casual for the weekend. The warm Winter we have had in the Bay Area just calls for some color. I've been obsessed with this Express floral print scarf and have worn it with a couple of my outfits already. I wore this to a little Blogger Brunch at the Beauty Company on Polk Street yesterday, and I can't wait to share my outfit featuring this scarf. My pants are a lot brighter than I am used to, but I love how they pop and how they make a bigger statement than regular jeans for the weekend. I have them listed for sale on my Poshmark closet here in case you want to check them out!
I had a lot of fun shooting with Brittany and I hope I hope you can check out the full interview on her site here.
Thanks for reading and until next time,