Fashion: Get Out the Spring Wardrobe, It Doesn’t Rain in Northern California

As much as I love the sun, warm weather and spring flowers…I can’t tell you how odd it feels to be experiencing 70+ degree temps in Northern California. Don’t get me wrong, I love not having to wear a coat, and the extra dose of vitamin D….but it pains me to see farmers irrigating their fields in JANUARY, my neighbors watering their lawns in the middle of winter because we haven’t had a drop of rain and just the thought that we might not have enough water to hydrate our English roses, hydrangeas, dahlias and more this summer. Something is definitely wrong with this picture. So today, as I’m looking out my window at my almost desert looking scenery, I’ll be dreaming of rain while I browse the net in search of flip flops, tank tops, eyelet dresses and more.

PS If you’re in sunny San Francisco (where it’ll be a whopping 70 degrees today) or in hot Santa Barbara (79 today)….you won’t want to miss out on some great spring/summer like fashion picks! Happy shopping and dreaming!


If you love boho as much as I do, this Aztec print romper is a must have! It’ll also be fab for music festivals like Coachella, which will be coming up very soon!!!




A fun strapless mist colored dress from Sky!

A great striped tank top you can pair with shorts, short bright skirts, long maxi skirts, distressed denim jeans and more!




You can’t go wrong with Splendid, their tops are so soft and last forever! This bright Vintage Whisper Tank will carry you through spring and summer!!!



Speaking of shorts, love this distressed pair of Rag & Bone cutoff denim shorts!


I think it might actually be warm enough to go for a swim! This Tory Burch Amira Cover Up is perfect!



This embroidered Melissa Odabash Heidi Cover Up in White is pretty perfect as well.



Black and gold studs are definitely my favorite combo (why I waited so long for the Alexander Wang Rocco bag)!  These Tory Burch gold studded flat sandals are definitely on my wish list!!!




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