My friend Kat recently decided to start "dressing up" for work. Over the past week or so, I've seen her transformation (and her shopping lists lol) and it's amazing! Not to say that she looked terrible in the beginning, but I love how stylish she's been looking lately, and yesterday I was so impressed (and in love with her shoes) that I had to take a picture. Especially since I've been too lazy to put up any of my own outfit posts.
It's amazing what some heels - or in this case wedges - and a blazer can do. Blazers have already been my go-to article of clothing lately, because I like the way they make any outfit look a little more polished, and scarves.. well, I ALWAYS have a scarf with me. They can always add a bit of color to any outfit and its just practical to have one especially in the Bay Area (where the weather is completely unpredictable). But I love how Kat dressed down what could have been a potentially boring, semi-suit outfit with cuffed, stone wash semi-ripped jeans. Love love LOVE.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
One of the many things Ai and I agreed to do while she was here, was to get a sandwich from AK Meats, dessert at Creations (best Sago spot), and see the Warriors play (mainly to see Steph Curry and Monta Ellis). Nothing beats great conversations with her and Irwin, and their endless bickering, over delicious sandwiches and dessert. Fast forward to the Warriors game and the fun continued. Warriors won by about 30 points - pretty ridiculous. Naturally, we took loads of pictures and stuffed our faces. It's a good thing Irwin can tune out our stupidity while we giggle over a cute baby sitting next to us, and photos galore. A typical night out with the bff.
Fate must've heard me complaining about how much I was missing my two bff's because they both happened to be in the city at the same time on ONE day only: Ai coming from a scary time in Japan, and Uri coming from, well, Sin City. So I HAD to spend the day with them, shopping, eating.. and mostly eating. Running through the rain, watching Uri open/break her umbrella, realizing we were the only minorities in the breakfast spot we went to in the Marina, and ending it with the best games ever: Telestrations and Apples to Apples. I lost my voice the next day, but it was totally worth it. I miss them so much already.
Posted by Maritess at 7:22 PM