Even when I’m headed out to a night that requires me to whip out my highest platform heels, I somehow manage to dress it all down with denim. The True Religion Cora Mid-Rise jean is a unique shade of blue with a slight fade that I just love. Best cuffed, and with something oversize on the top. Like a bohemian tunic blouse, and black silk scarf. Somehow I got caught on 42nd street, hailing a cab down to dinner at the West Village. Always running late. Always heading across town.
I’m currently playing around with a new blue color scheme. I’m even going for a much lighter denim. This skinny jean by True Religion has this beautiful shade called “Sea Glass Clean.” Exactly what I had in mind. A blue that was faded by the sun, and washed ashore. Just a shade up from the white foam of the crashing waves. They fit like a glove, and are beyond comfortable. I like them best with a pair of platforms, my comfiest tank, and an oversized blue moto jacket. With a little pastel scarf, this baby blue ensemble comes all together. It never felt so good to throw on just a tank and jeans. And there isn’t anything quite as flattering. True Religion has mastered this effortless look.
I’m back in NYC for fashion week, and my darker locks totally bring out the rock n’ roll in me. I’m slipping back into extra wide flares along with blacks and whites. Hiding behind round aviators. But right now, I can’t get enough of the True Religion Runway Collection Flare jeans. Talk about the most comfortable, stretchy flare ever made. Plus, it’s got that distressed hem that gives it that extra ooze of cool. Even reminding me of my grungy raw edged flares back in the 90’s. I like this indigo jean best with my favorite tee-shirt (yes I’m still a Los Angeles girl at heart) and skinny neck scarf. With denim, everything goes. It’s a little Kate Moss. But a lot more off-duty.
From San Juan Del Sur, we boated out to the stunning Jicaro ecolodge, on it’s own private island off the coast of Granada. We were immediately greeted by iced lime tea, and the rush of fresh air surrounded by nothing but green lush. It felt nice to be so remote. With only about 5 other people on the island, it was extremely quiet and peaceful. Just the occassional sound of a boat passing by. Our casita was extra romantic. Two stories, super minimal, and all made of wood. I spent most of the afternoon dipping into the pool, before slipping on a perfect pair of True Religion jeans, and lying on our hammock. The sound of the waves hitting the rocks below like a lullaby. I had no intention of going back to main land.