Who doesn’t love a little sparkle in their step? I’m digging these pretty neutral sparkly heels for the New Year. 1. T-strap rhinestone heels by Badgley Mischka 2. Sheer nude heels by Badgley Mischka 3. Crisscross sparkle pump by Guess 4. Strappy silver sandal by Jimmy Choo.
Winters are, well, I wouldn’t say rough here in Santa Barbara, and I find a light weight cable knit sweater is essential for those (slightly) brisk winter days. I paired the sweater with a modern pendant necklace by Jill Michael, slouchy booties, and distressed jeans. Of course, the piece to resistance, is this fringe purse I found while out shopping at Chapala and Parker. I love the playfulness of fringe and the tooled scallop pattern I’m semi-obsessed with. What are your essentials for a Santa Barbara winter?
SHOP THE LOOK:
Photography & Hair and Makeup: Jess Wilcox
Clothes, jewelry, purse: Chapala & Parker
Location: Santa Barbara Mission
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
China/Glassware/Flatware: Casa de Perrin
Who doesn’t love a little sparkle in their step?
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Photo: Erich McVey
Um, when a pair of shoes comes out like this, it deserves its on stand alone post. Serious shoesday fabulousness by Jimmy Choo. They ain’t cheap, but a girl can dream…
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