I’m going to be honest; I almost typed “March” instead of May. Can you blame me? While the previous months of 2013 have flown by, May seems to have come in waves; slow, crashing waves.
Here’s a peak into what I’ve been up to this May via my InstaGram, which if you’re not already following, YOU SHOULD BE!!If you haven’t caught on; there’s some big changes in the works for EffortlessCool within the next month, and eventually within the next year! and if you pay REALLY close attention you’ll start noticing and catching on! I’ve got big ideas and only the highest hopes and wishes for myself and my plans (optimistic thinking!). I’ve also been having a tad too much fun playing with flowers, jewelry, and accessories at work trying to create enticing visuals! I studied visual merchandising in college as my minor and it’s a shot-gun riding passion of mine that goes hand in hand with fashion.
Anyway, here’s to a great, and busy, June! BRING IT ON!
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Oh I m loving your blog =)
Lovely photos!! xx
you’re such a style chameleon! I love that your style can change so drastically, and am even a bit jealous.. my style feels like it’s always the same
love the dresses here!
Oooo I love your statement necklaces!
nice blog!! 🙂
I like your hair ❤
I’m into full skirts right now, too! Also, I’m glad I’m not the only one that still writes ideas down on “real” paper!
Lurrve the dress in #5! Looks so cute on you! Perfect for spring & summer.
That bottom-left outfit is awesome, as is the dress in the picture next to Elle magazine!
I will also be teaching visual merchandising again this spring. This class is also filling up fast, with a class cap at 59, my current enrollment is 47 (FASH 49 – Visual Merchandising). If you are new to this blog, these classes are offered in the Fashion Department at City College of San Francisco, as part of the Fashion Merchandising degree of Fashion Styling certificate .