A few weeks ago, we took my fiance’s mom to the Ritz Carlton in Half Moon Bay for dinner. To be honest, it kind of comes out of nowhere. Like all hidden gems, if you didn’t know what you were looking for, you’d never know it existed. The contrast of the crashing waves and the the rocky hillsides are truly breathtaking. What the beaches of northern California lack in heat, they more than make up for with beautiful topography.
Remember opposite day? There are days when I wish we still practiced that silly playground game. There’s something so great and unexpected about the mish mash of opposites. Since no one cares to play along with me, I like to play solo games of opposite day with my wardrobe. I often mix things that don’t traditionally go together. For example, I never like to wear something that’s overtly sexy, like a bodycon dress and five inch heels. Instead, I throw in a curve ball; maybe top my slinky dress with a grandpa cardigan or swap out my heels for biker boots- many times I even put on my glasses.
When I put on these cargo pants, I wanted to soften them up a bit since they can skew a bit masculine. By topping them with a sheer lace top and slipping into strappy heels, my man pants went from warfare to my fair lady. Next time you wear something really girly like a chiffon dress, try pairing it with a leather motorcycle jacket. You’ll be your very own walking opposite day.
1. American Apparel Sheer Rib Lace Raglan $42, 2. Kenneth Jay Lane Polished Stone Pendant Necklace, $132, 3. J Brand Houlihan Slim Cargo Pants, $231, 4. Dolce Vita Emery Leather High Heel Sandals, $205
I really love snakes and I dream of being a neurophysicist. NOT!