Monday, April 14, 2014


Thrifted Floral Zip Jumper
Thrifted Eyewear

I was so thrilled that Ella and I managed to squeeze a quick visit into our action packed journey out west a couple weeks back. I felt like I was literally a little five year old in Candy Land following the yellow brick road to the top of the mountain. Only to sit and reflect on life, and my journey on this in this lifetime. Every time I travel I feel I find myself a little more, or even learn something I never knew about myself. Traveling is my favorite thing in the universe.. I feel wild, free, and mindful. My perspective continues to broaden, and grow with experience.
To say the absolute least, there is no place like Salvation Mountain. Really though! Except for the endless colors in India... there may be a little competition there. I have never set my eyes on a place so bold and bright.. and large! I was so thankful I got to check this off my list of places to see.
The energy at Salvation is uplifting, and its hard to not feel it the moment you step out of you're car and start to take it all in. Nothing in sight, in the middle of nowhere. A peaceful and calm feeling takes over and you're content. This mountain to me represents mostly the essence of love and bringing people together. What would our world be without it, I know I can't imagine it. Try to find the love somewhere inside everyday, thats what this mountain showed me, even if sometimes you don't believe its there theres always a spark lying inside all of us, and a bright rainbow on the other side. 
Photos by: Ella Erlich

Monday, April 7, 2014


Vintage button up | Thrifted Eyewear | Doc Martens 

Road Trip West bound! Here is the first of many posts to come of the Wild Nomads Adventure. This was NakedOrange and my first leg of the trip. We had unstoppable spontaneity stopping as we pleased, and exploring all we could see around us while jamming to our road trip tunes. Windows down, hair blowing in the wind with not a care in the world.
Have a lovely Monday. 
Stay tuned my loves! 

Photos by: Ella Erlich

Sunday, March 30, 2014


Going back in time with Hannah, another little adventure with some of our favorite records, treasured pieces, and vintage books. I found this amazing 1970's vintage floral dress at Clothes Contact a shop where you pay by the pound! Actually seven dollars per pound top be exact! Yes I know.. its amazing, and you almost can't believe you're eyes when you stack up a bunch of clothes on the weighing machine and it comes out to $20! You should check it out if you're in San Francisco, its a really rad spot on mission street. So much bang for you're buck, and there is definitely some gems in there hiding if you're a hunter like I am. :) I love bright colors if you haven't already noticed, its perfect way to brighten up you're day and its also just the start of spring, which is one of my favorite times of the year. Floral wear always seems fitting. What really attracted me to this dress was the large white collar and the big bow that ties in the back like a big present. ^-^.  Records will never get old, and neither will you. 
Photos and video by: Hannah Minkner