My Paradoxical Life

In case you haven’t noiced, I’ve been quite absent. School and my new internship rules my life. Gonna keep this short and sweet. Last week I was couriering these insanely awesome Y-3 Oriah wedged sneaker around town in order to get them to FedEx in time to get them to Ms. Willow Smith by the next morning, I was also handling a pair of custom-studded Valentino pants for her.

She’s a cutie, and I LOVE her new hair, but I feel the need to reiterate, she’s 11. 

(photo via dailymail)

So, after handling $20,000+ worth of apparel, I went home and ate some Cup Noodles for dinner. That’s the paradox!

Also, this sounds like I’m bitter, but I’m not. These experiences are unique and the connections I’m making are pretty phenomenal :)

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Happy birthday to Chocolate Bear, Alex!!! She’s 12.

Spring Perfection from none other than See by Chloe
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Spring Perfection from none other than See by Chloe

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Let’s go!

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Knickers!!!
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Knickers!!!

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Chanel.
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Chanel.

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Latest and last Jil Sander collection from Raf Simons
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Latest and last Jil Sander collection from Raf Simons

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I wish songs were still this simple

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Recently, A & C  saw the extremely smoking hot talented Chris Carrabba of Dashboard Confessional, who never disappoints. You may be asking, “Isn’t he so middle school?” Let us answer you with a question and answer of our own:  Do we still act like girls in middle school? Yes.

We continued to dive into our past by visiting the Warriors: Tombs and Temples exhibit at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana. We had seen these fellas in our history books way back when, so seeing them up close was a nerdy girl’s dream come true.

Next, we literally dove into a massive pile of clothes at a local thrift shop. After sifting through clothes for an hour we came away with some pretty cool finds like a Lacoste sweater and Oscar de la Renta skirt.

This was also the weekend we fell in love with The Artist. And what’s a weekend in LA without a stop at Roscoe’s?