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Polka Dot Jumpsuit in China Town, San Francisco

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Anthropologie Andree Off-The-Shoulder Jumpsuit look

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Back in San Francisco and experiencing our annual heat wave! I have to say I'm actually enjoying it since one of my FAVORITE things about summer season are warm summer nights.

(For those of you not from SF I should say we often get warm days but having warm nights is really rare!) 


Wearing my new favorite bag + watch by The Horse - curated leather lifestyle goods studio in Sydney, Australia owned and operated by husband and wife Scott and Amy Hawkes. 

Shop my look:

San Francisco Explorer Outfit

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Pink Faux Fur Coat by HM

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I know it's still summer time but HM just released this beautiful pink faux fur coat and I'm obsessed! It's priced at $130 and you can get it here

Perfect Minimalist Swimsuits by Grana

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If you follow me you should know by now that one of my favorite contemporary and minimalist brands is GRANA. High quality fabrics, impeccable fit, affordable pricing (for the quality) and trend independent design are the reasons why you will keep seeing me in GRANA's clothes.

They just released their swimsuit line for Summer 2017 and it's BEAUTIFUL! The color palette (as per usual) is sophisticated and earthy and the fits are perfection. Seriously, finding a one piece that hugs you in all the right places is not an easy task! 

I got two one piece swimsuits, olive green deep v neck and nude blush scoop back, which would double as bodysuits if paired with jean shorts and a set of high waist bikinis (black). Btw all the pieces are double lined so don't worry about transparency.

Use code ZORYxGRANA for 10% off and FREE international shipping 

Now I just need to book a beach vacay! Any recommendations?

Gucci inspired look for less

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Everybody's different. Everybody's human.

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Today I want to introduce a brief photo  collection of “Ema” -  wooden wishing plaques that can be purchased at many Japanese shrines. People write their wishes or prayers and then hang it up on the shrine grounds.

I love reading people's wishes because within seconds it becomes obvious how no matter our physical appearance or the variety of languages we speak we long for the same things.

Let's start with probably the funnies one I found:

Joseph what have you done?

Joseph what have you done?

...Health & happiness were the most common things...

...Health & happiness were the most common things...

...Wishing good on everyone...

...Wishing good on everyone...

...This one made my eyes water...

...This one made my eyes water...

...Very goal oriented...

...Very goal oriented...

...Well played my friend, well played...

...Well played my friend, well played...