Tobi jumpsuit, Nordstrom floppy hat & metal fringe necklace (similar here), Zara leather clogs, Ships handbag
I've always been attracted to jumpsuits and rompers due to the ease of getting dressed. Throw on a 1-piece wardrobe and you're instantly ready for the day. The use of accessories, even the bold ones also favorably come in handy to further stylize the look. I received this particular jumpsuit from Tobi, a bay area online fashion boutique that I highly recommend for affordable and trendy apparel. All first time customers also receive 50% off their order. While the pieces I shop tend to be complimentary for San Francisco wear, they carry super cute crop tops, dresses, bodysuits, and maxi dresses to get you ready for any occasion. 

photos by Josh Pyles



Leith flutter romper, Karen Walker helter skelter sunglasses, F21 necklace, bucket bag from Ships in Japan
On my way back home to visit the parents this past weekend I stopped by my childhood park where a field of wildflowers greeted me. The acres of yellow wildflowers brightened my mood while reassuring me that California's drought is near over. It was just last year when this field was barely even green. As the weathers been getting warmer, my style likewise has been complimenting this temperamental shift leaning towards feminine spring pieces. This romper in particular has grown to be one of my favorites in the closet. It's comfortable enough to throw-on, has fluttered sleeves adding just the right amount of detail, and you can never go wrong with black. While I haven't found enough reasons to wear it in San Francisco yet, it was a practical wardrobe decision during my sunny visit back home. 

photos by Josh Pyles