I’m definitely celebrating patterns in this post! This first outfit makes me think of a race track, watching cars zoom by and checkered flags waving in the wind.
This is a very different pattern for me! I don’t own anything checkered…until now. (From Forever 21).
Is it just me, or does it feel like summer is zooming by? It’s bittersweet, because I love summer and the heat…but I also love fall! So I always feel torn how to feel…lol.
Here’s another outfit…
Scarf life. For life.
I actually really like this last outfit in particular! The mix of polka dots with the unusual black and white scarf is cool, in my opinion. The big brooch in the center really topped the whole thing off!
And of course, red butterfly clips. ❤️ You know what, this outfit is beautifully confusing, in a way. That’s why I love it!!!
I’m now the proud owner of the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood soundtrack! Now I can cruise around in my Challenger and pretend it’s 1969. What better way to finish off the remaining days of summer?
My friend and I went to Monterey, CA for the day – it was a blast! This post will be all photos, so enjoy!
From clam chowder to candy, it was a gorgeous day at the coast with beautiful weather. My favorite part was walking to San Carlos Cathedral (built in 1794!), which is the most peaceful place I’ve ever been in, so I made it a point to visit while I was in Monterey. I had the chance to admire the hauntingly beautiful statues and art in total silence, and it was exactly the peace I needed! ❤️
Tuesday morning, I was excited to take myself to go see the first showing of Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which is a film I’ve been looking forward to seeing, a LOT!
Taken from IMDb.com: “A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood’s Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.“
I won’t dive into too much detail since the film is new and some readers may wish to see it! What drew me in immediately when I watched the trailer and learned of this movie, is that the plot intertwines with the Manson murders.
I found the film to be beautifully nostalgic, and it was a mix of comedy and a thriller. There were several times I laughed out loud, and other times I felt intensely nervous with a chill down my spine.
I loved the 1960’s music they incorporated into the film, and how it went fittingly with the scenes. I also loved both Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio’s characters, as they made a great team and their very different personalities created such rich chemistry (it’s hard to choose a favorite, as I adored both characters in different ways).
I was also utterly charmed by Margot Robbie’s depiction of Sharon Tate. She captured her sweet, innocent, playful essence in a dreamlike way.
I’ve never felt SO SATISFIED by a film’s ending before!!!!!! I literally wanted to stand up and cheer. I left the theater with a big fat smile on my face. ❤️
I’m liking my pattern mixture of stripes and florals – add some sparkly red snap hair clips – and you have a super retro look. ❤️
I’m really happy I saw Once Upon a Time in Hollywood; it was the highlight of my entire week. 😊