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Life is pretty tame these days. I’m trying my best to lay low and rest so I can completely recover from this viral infection I’ve had for the last few weeks. I typically jump back into life, hanging out with friends, and working out too soon after being sick and it makes my symtpoms linger. I feel super lazy and guilty for being such a bum, but it’s definitely in my best interest to take care of myself. I want to be able to be able to enojy this holiday season, being healthy and happy!

I think you can tell how pale and weak I am even in these photos! This was a mid day, no makeup, weekend sandwich run!

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// Tunic: c/o Shein.com // Jeans & Hat: Free People // Boots: TopShop // Sunglasses: Crossroads Trading Post //

First of all, is it allowed to express love over a pair of jeans? These jeans are the best. The flare is so wide, I wasn’t sure at first, but I just could not leave them behind!

Second, this tunic? So fun! I use to dress with more of a boho flare and I feel that I’ve transistioned a bit to a more minimalistic style, but I can’t help but revisit that boho look sometimes.

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It is so insane to me that it’s mid November and almost Thanksgiving. I am so excited for the holidays!

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Happy first day of Autumn! Now if only the weather will start cooperating over here in California. Those of you who live in areas with temperatures already dropping are probably massively eye rolling me, right? The grass is always greener, my friends!

UntitledWe spent Sunday exploring the Pop Up Flea at The Grove. I was a bit disappointed because when going to a flea market, I am expecting more vintage, craft, unique items for a bargain; The set up at this pop up was made up of all very new, curated, very expensive items. Oddly enough, mostly leather goods geared towards men. I went hoping for more women’s clothing and home accessories. Don’t get me wrong, everything was well made and crafted, but it just was not what I was expecting. We ended up spending a few hours shopping around The Grove after and I treated myself to a few goodies from Nordstrom and Topshop that I am pretty excited about!

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// Jumpsuit: NordstromRack.com // Sandals: HauteLook.com // Sunglasses: Urban Outfitters //

I am literally obsessed with this jumpsuit and have already worn it out. Literally. Last time I wore it to work, I noticed a little split in the seam, right down my backside. Luckily, I have a couple fantastic co-workers and I was sewed up in no time.

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I probably walked around this little pop up about 7 times. Even though I knew I couldn’t actually afford anything, it all was really beautiful and the craftsmanship was worth paying detailed attention to. David took his quick spin around and then spent some time in Barnes and Noble while I shopped the rest of the afternoon; With his encouragement! What a good husband, right?

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We’ve been having a massive heat wave here in California, but today was dark and rainy, such a contrast from when I took these photos on Sunday in the sweltering heat. I think Fall is finally making an appearance. Before I completely pretend that LA has real seasons and suffer just to wear my sweaters and hats, I have a few more weekends for dresses and bare legs.

I was gifted this bright dress from Rowme. It’s not typically my style, but it’s such a classic shape that when I saw it, I knew that it was love!

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// Dress: c/o Rowme // Sunglasses: Found via Crossroads Trading Co

When we have a free Sunday, need to find a gift for someone, or add an accent piece to our apartment, we head over to the Melrose Trading Post in Hollywood. That’s where we spent our Sunday afternoon this past weekend. It always happens that we find just what we’re looking for on our way out, after we swear that we’ve looked at every little thing. It’s my favorite treasure trove!

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Yesterday already felt like it should have been Friday so today is definitely a happy hump day!

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Getting dressed and realizing that I’ve ended up head to toe in Crossroads finds, thrifted or new merchandise, happens a lot. It’s definitely my first stop, whether I’m looking for something specific or just have an urge to shop. It’s a place that I can go that I don’t have to worry about looking at the price tag and being disappointed and then depressed that I have to leave it behind. I could gush all day!

I’ve worn this outfit multiple times, and it might look familiar because I wore it to the Crossroads Spring Social shopping party a month or so ago and shared some photos on Instagram. It came back into the rotation and I remembered that I never took proper photos!

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// Top, Skirt, Boots + Sunglasses: Found via Crossroads Trading Co //

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Also, I think you need to know that the Backstreet Boys documentary is now on Netflix, so you’re running out of excuses to not see it. It’s that simple.

This is me just thinking about watching it. For real. Except at this exact moment, I really am watching it. We don’t really need to explain how happy it makes me, because I’d like you to think I’m a bit more normal than I really am.

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