Currently on the flight writing my diary entry and noticing my grande butt chin. Everybody should have a BUTT CHIN because it's very obvious I have a cleft chin. I might as well have fun with it..
This is the FIRST time that we've left the kids while traveling internationally It's #heartbreaking, but of course, family is always there to be with my babies.
This time my fabulous mother is the lucky winner, as she often is the one to give me absolute peace...
With that said, my travel attire consists of the Rick Owen "Dutch" clogs, dramatically long, yet sans airport floor hitting beach skirt, Golden Goose pinstripe Pajama Blouse, a thrift store denim jacket, a drippy sun damaged beach hat, a garage sale cheetah broach pendant... AND my favorite Saint Laurent, gold tassel necklace!!!!! (Because we're trying to be under the radar in Mexico, lol!!!!)
I have always had an interest in Japanese culture. My favorite fashion trend: the (school girl) white knee high sock! It's accommodating for keeping your feet clean, warm, germ free AND helps with circulation! I learned this from traveling while pregnant. Tight circulating pantyhose on flights are a requirement from OBGYNs.
A moment to catch up on some magazine reads.
It's really quite interesting how much fashion moves me. I love to mix different styles of fashion. From Parisian to Russian and Grecian and of course my hubby's background and style has more than influenced me. I've always been curious and inspired by the punk/grunge scene. YES- I used them BOTH in a sentence! I guess you can say I like comfort with a HUGE hit of underground edge.
Traveling sans children is always bittersweet! Not only is it important to maintain a romantic, "#Young&in-love" relationship but to have a chance to get away and connect with your best friend is a great feeling.
I'm loving all the bright colors in Mexico.
the MEXICAN BALMAIN
At Our friends' Sayulita wedding, and what a great mariachi band. I can not get over the AMAZING embellishment on their pants and jackets...
Finding all kinds of Brian Viveros knock-offs here
He's a friend of ours and we have quite the collection, so finding these in Sayulita was fun.
Reminding me of J Bird...
My very First DVF
... and for some reason after 10 years, I still can NOT get rid of it.