On our second day in beautiful San Fran, we did what any curious visitor would do, and touristed it up a bit. The Walt Disney Family Museum was first on my list of course, followed by some Painted Ladies action, the Golden Gate Bridge, Swan Oyster Depot for some mollusk fun, and topped the day off with a magic show…yes a magic show! Personally, I find being a tourist incredibly fulfilling. Getting to check historically relevant locations or architectural wonder off my bucket list, totally gives my OCD a field day. If only the practice wasn’t associated with Hawaiian shirts, crocs, and visors. Today, I take a stand, never again will tube socks with sandals and questionable sunscreen application be synonymous with visiting culturally pertinent locals. Tourist shaming ends now!…as I do it wearing fucking fringe. BOOYAH!…is booyah still a thing? Will What You Want…to fucking wear
Chanel scarf and shoes, Kate Moss for Topshop jacket, Zara shirt, Givenchy necklace, Sydney Evan (similar) and Cartier bracelets and watch, rings by Jacquie Aiche and Nasty Gal, Rag & Bone jeans (similar), and Balmain “Pierre” bag
A month ago my wonderful husband surprised me with my dream road trip for my birthday! The California coast, just him and I for two weeks, I was in heaven. This was our first day post arrival in San Fan, a city I have never visited, but couldn’t wait to discover. Being a big fan of the psychedelic movement, to be in the mecca where it all pretty much began was pretty fucking badass. Therefore I decided to dress like a badass…not really. Chanel’s Paris/Dallas collection had burned a hole in my wallet, so I figured why not do this theme right. So I present to you Calamity “Desperado” Rose, my cowgirl alter ego, or so says this Cowboy Name Generator. Thank you Chanel, for making me a cowboy
Porsche Design aviators, Kate Moss for Topshop jacket, Chanel Paris/Dallas scarf and booties, One Teaspoon shirt, Givenchy necklace, bracelets and watch by David Yurman and Cartier, Nasty Gal and Betty Ray rings, Siwy denim shorts, and Balmain “Pierre” bag.