Brunch at San Ysidro Ranch

May 19

For our on-going fashion to table series we tapped Santa Barbara native, Samantha of Could I have that? for a shoot themed around classic denim. I found these perfect napkins from Terrain as a jumping off point and then found a vintage indigo linen from Mate Gallery for an authentic denim texture. Add in the sickessssst chargers also from Terrain and copper accents in the silverware and placecard (a nod to the copper rivets in a classic denim) and this table came together quickly.

Kim from Toast did beautiful, feminine, white flowers and brought the most perfect bar cart which I styled with lemon and a huge rose vine Kim foraged. Anelise Salvo did some simple hand lettering for the menu on lucite and I hung it above the table. Special thanks to San Ysidro Ranch for hosting us and for Arna Bee for the beautiful photos. To see more of this story, grab your copy of Flutter Magazine at Barnes & Nobles or right here. See more as well on Flutter’s blog, right here and on Could I have that? right here.

Fashion to Table for Flutter Magazine

Photographer: Arna Bee

Host: Could I have that?

Stylist: Kelly Oshiro for Flutter Magazine

Location, Food & Beverage: San Ysidro Ranch

Table & Bench: The Tent Merchant

Charger, Copper flatware, Napkin, Copper Plant Marker/Seating Tag: Terrain

Containers & platters: Hudson Grace

Cocktail Glasses & platters: Porch

Indigo Linen: Mate Gallery

Glassware: Diani Living

Florals: Toast Santa Barbara

Hand lettering: Anelise Salvo

Gal-entine Day Ideas with Flutter Magazine

February 09

I’m not super to into V-day, but I am down for any excuse to drink champagne and sit at a pretty table. Camille from Camellia Floral Design wanted to create a modern hot pink table mixed with gold and brass accents for a faux Gal-entine’s day brunch for Flutter’s blog.

I pulled organic white ceramic plates from Porch, along with wood, gold, and brass elements to go with the floral containers. While at Porch we found the perfect salt and pepper holder for the table and hexagon mercury glass candle holders that echoed the hex pattern Camille painted on the containers. Camille adhered paint chips to wall behind the table to create a little backdrop and I used the left over paint chips on the table as an runner. Pink juice plus champagne with pomegranate seeds added even more color in the most insane gold dipped glasses. At each setting I floated a gold leaf tray with one sweet pea for a further pop of color.

You can pop over to Flutter for their feature on this table right here and tomorrow, I’ll show you how Camille put together this floral arrangement so you can create it for your best gal-pal Valentine’s day brunch!

Photography: Lacie Hansen

Floral Design & Concept: Camellia Floral Design

Prop Styling & Art Direction: Kelly Oshiro for Flutter Magazine

Tabletop Props: Porch

Napkins: Hudson Grace

Linens: La Tavola

Flowers: Florabundance

Shoesday: Dramatic Gold & Black Heels

January 20

If you’re following me on Instagram then you know what a whirlwind last week was for me, shooting 6 yes, SIX, editorials over 3 days. I’m enjoying a bit of calm after much activity, and I’m super obsessing over these stunning gold and black heels. I think I’d find an excuse to wear them with just about anything. Shop them: 1. Crystal Leaf Sandal by Giuseppe Zanotti 2. Strappy Sandal with Gold Leaves by Giuseppe Zanotti   3. Metallic Criss Cross Sandal by Prada 4. Tallow Sequined Snakeskin Sandal by Jimmy Choo

Fashionable: A Moto Jacket

November 03

Fall is officially upon us and I’m obsessed with this vegan moto jacket. Its pretty much goes with everything and adds a certain edge to any ensemble. I paired it with a low key blue button down, delicate gold necklace by Jill Michaels, wayfarers, ripped jeans, comfy mocs, and a ladylike beaded purse.


Photography & Hair and Makeup: Jess Wilcox 

Styling: Kelly Oshiro of SB Chic

Clothes, jewelry, purse: Chapala & Parker 

Location: Santa Barbara Mission

Editorial: Farmer’s Market Table

August 15

Back in March I spoke at Enjoy Event’s Co workshop about styling. I put together a farmer’s market inspired table, pulling pretty rainbow chard, artichoke, radiccio from Root’s Farm and plants from Ace Hardware. My goal was to make this table as green as possible (leftover decor = food, and the plants now live on my porch) and also easy to replicate. For containers, Found provided some of their insane collection of vintage trophies and I mixed in some galvanized aluminum pieces from one of my favorite local boutiques, Porch. And I finally got to use Casa de Perrin’s collection of heath china (how pretty are those plates). Each setting was also set with a little snack for guests of dried fruit and nuts. Thanks for having me ladies!

Photographer: Michael Radford

Styling: Kelly Oshiro

Props: Found & Porch

China/Glassware/Flatware: Casa de Perrin



Flower Chic: Holiday Flower Ideas

December 16

I love an oversized centerpiece for a holiday buffet and this one features some my favorite flowers of the season including: holiday greens, flannel flower, hellebore, amaryllis, scabiosa, gold painted eucalyptus, and baby’s breath.

You can pick up the ingredients to make this arrangement at Fabulous Florals and you’ll need:

- 1 mixed bunch holiday greens

- 3 amaryllis

- 1 bunch hellebore

- 3 bunches flannel flower

- 1 bunch gold spray painted eucalyptus

- 1 bunch baby’s breath

-1 bunch scabiosa

I used an oversized wrought iron urn, you can find sometime similar at your local garden store. Since this container was hollow on the bottom, I put wet floral foam in a mini bucket and overlaid it with chicken wire. For bigger arrangements like this, chicken wire helps to keep the flowers and the foam together. Begin by placing your big greenery pieces to create your shape. Layer in gold eucalyptus and baby’s breath. Place your amaryllis and then the smaller flowers, hellebore, flannel flower, and scabiosa. Happy arranging!

Photography: Bryce Covey

Flowers: Kelly Oshiro for SB Chic

Floral Supplier: Fabulous Florals

Container, Table, Tin Tiles: Vintage Vignettes

Fashionable: A Cozy Sweater at Apple Lane Farms

November 18

Who doesn’t love a good orchard and Apple Lane Farms in Solvang is among my favorite fall spots. It’s open to the public and you can pick your own apples (the BEST apples ever and stay tuned for an apple chip recipe I’ll be posting on Wednesday). For a nippy fall afternoon I’m loving this chunky sweater which I paired with a simple white T, classic black jeans, my staple Frye boots, gold chain bracelets, and a nude purse, cat eye tortoise shell sunnies all available locally in Santa Barbara at Chapala & Parker. I loved my Brigette- inspired hair and makeup that Jess Wilcox did! And the photos, well I’m pretty sure Lane Dittoe knocked it outta the park.  



Photography: Lane Dittoe

Styling: Kelly Oshiro of SB Chic

Clothes, jewelry, purpse, sunnies: Chapala & Parker

Hair & Makeup: Jess Wilcox  

Location: Apple Lane Farms in Solvang