Ever since I was a young girl, my mother taught me how to grow and appreciate plants, especially flowers. Even today, I still like to surround myself with different types of fauna as much as I could.
Living in San Diego has allowed me to see a wide variety of plants and I thought I had seen it all until I visited the Carlsbad Flower Fields. My boyfriend, Miguel, took me to visit one Sunday morning, and the place itself is mesmerizing. It wasn’t easy to miss thanks to a towering windmill that greets you as you enter, and of course, the stunning colors of the Giant Tecolote Ranunculus flowers themselves. Since it was my first visit and my last for this year, I took a large amount of photos (sorry phone memory) despite visiting long after its prime. Next year, I hope to see them in full bloom, and till then, I can’t wait to stop by again.
Pants: Thrift | Top: Thrift | Necklace: Thrift | Clutch: Beverly Hills Polo Club
For a rather sunny day, the weather proved to be a lovely one even though I wore a black turtleneck. For some reason, I’ll always be in love with these types of tops, no matter the season. Since I was going to the flower fields, I must have subconsiously chosen these flowy, wide-legged pants. While the pictures don’t do it any justice, they’re made out of a sheer-like material that helped me stay cool during the long day. While I’m not one to wear sheer apparel, I was able to transition it into something I’d wear often.
That makes me wonder what kind of OOTD I will pick out next time.
Have you ever worn sheer clothing? Leave me your comments on how you wear them!