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The slip dress is a constant in my wardrobe, I find it to be effortless, feminine, and never out of favor with the trends. And depending on fit and style it can skew sexy or sporty. This piece is a vintage slip, and look how modest it is! So it’s perfect for styling as a dress. The scalloping is a sweet touch, and of course my instinct is to always introduce an opposing element to keep things from looking predictable. Hence the choice of shoes is a chunky, bootie with a thick tread sole and tough zipper in the front.

I love a heavy cozy knit to ward of the unforgiving San Francisco winds! This longline forest green cardi is from local brand Wear Mahsa. Her knits are superb! I like the contrast between the slinky dress and the chunky sweater.

Let’s talk about the jewelry. I have been paying more attention to sterling lately. And have purchased some fantastic oversized 80s earrings from Israel. I’ve been rocking these long chunky “hammock” hoops with everything! With something this impactful you don’t need a lot of other jewelry. I just added another new find, a Southwestern butterfly ring inlaid with semiprecious stones. Love the playful motif, (and in Native American symbology butterflies are a symbol of piece and transformation), and that it takes up so much real estate on my hand (it’s like three rings in one!).
XX Sasha

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Cardigan: Wear Mahsa, contact here / Slip: vintage / Boots:  Rag and Bone /
Sunglasses: Prada / Bag: Scabby Robot, custom order

 Earrings and butterfly ring: contact | Jade rings: personal collection

Photography: Garry Alexander Photography

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