Vintage crop top, overalls, Thrifted flannel, Zara boots, Dad's camera bag, Aneesah's sunnies & bag (borrowed)
When I was up north in San Francisco last week, I thrifted this pair of overalls for about four dollars. When I cut them into "shortalls," I accidentally cut them very uneven (notice one short leg is longer than the other) because I ended up using the world's dullest pair of scissors. However, that can be fixed once I get back to Brooklyn, and for now I have no qualms about my DIY mistake.
Yesterday I went to the beach in Long Beach, and took a nice long walk during the sunset with my friend Adan. Between my flannel always at my waist, camera bag, and purse, I'm constantly feeling half like a bag lady and half like a gypsy in my outfits while traveling.
Perhaps the thing I love most about having grown up in California is how much there is to do and see. In the Bay Area, I was always 2 hours (or less) away from a metropolis, the beach, snow, surf, forest, mountains, and much more. I'm leaving the Golden State tomorrow for more exploration of the Southwest, but I'll always be a California girl at heart.
Photos by Adan Deloza.
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