drifter wandering aimlessly at:




straight slant

metal sharp shadow

straight slant lines cross each other

an urban creature

credits: junya watanabe bomber, enza costa rib tank dress, marsèll open toe boots, bcbg sunnies

*photos by miss a

you’ve got spirit

you've got spirityou've got spirit

tulip fold crew

jacquard cuff crew

blow out



It’s been ever so summery in California this winter, so I thought I’d throw on a beanie just for pretend.  I know -40 degrees and wind chill aren’t fun, but one usually expects COLD in JANUARY.

These have been my favorite pair of jeans lately.  I’m still gravitating towards skinnies, but the mega cut-outs at the knee make it a little more interesting.  I especially like pairing it with something clean like this popover I got in Korea.

credits: diy veiled beanie, made in korea popover, asos ripped knee jeans, won hundred ballet flats, enza costa costae clutch



This is the outfit I wore on my last day in Korea.  I purchased the pants at Dongdaemun Market.  Anything goes here and vendors sell everything from dried foods to clothing made by independent designers.  Many vendors don’t allow you to try the clothes on which can be frustrating, but you’ll likely consider buying anyway due to the cheap/fair prices.  Also, it’s better to wait until the afternoon to return/exchange items.  Vendors consider early morning returns/exchanges bad luck and won’t be very happy with you!

I don’t own many baggy pants, unless they are drop crotch or boyfriend jeans, but for some reason I was drawn to these slouchy fatigues.  This fit can be unflattering, so I paired it with something slimmer on top to give myself some shape.  Add some awesome headphones and you’ll look like you have mad game.

credits: made in korea twisty cap, enza costa plisse turtleneck, made in korea cameo pants, church’s chelsea boots, urbanears plattan headphones