Sometime last week The weather is really screwing me over here. It looks really cold so then I bundle up only to find that it's really 67F and I overheat, so the next day I don't let the overcast skies fool me and then I freeze...it's a continuous cycle that I am just not getting at all.

I'm wearing my dad's shirt, Mariel's jeans/vest/necklace and my own shoes. Still working out the kinks of looking fine in pictures. 

PS I was in California for spring break for a regatta and planned to take good pictures but it turns out that I completely did not......but this did happen! excuse the weird face. And I am planning a post later this week to make up for my suckybloggingskills


London town

Just got back from a weekend in London, and it was quite nice to take a break and hang with some Brits. Plus my Pendleton jacket (as my sister mentioned in the below post) kept me perfectly covered against the English grey.

These two pics taken at Borough market. Delishhhhh




Mariel and I love Pendleton. We have three Pendleton coats (one of them is my mom's) and too Pendleton blankets scattered around our house. My coat demonstrates the more tradition, well tailored side of Pendleton, while Mariel's is made from the Native American fabric. The patterns are crazy interesting and the colors used are incredibly saturated. And the fact that the blankets have different colors on either sides makes them all the more better....

I was walking around my house finding everything Pendleton and this blanket is by far the best. Then I found the red one on my way to my room (I was a little peeved about the lack of blankets in our house so I asked my mom where all they all went and supposedly they're up at the mountains, so next time I go, I will snap some pictures because they are sooo worth sharing):

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Mort Bishop's son, Mac, was Mariel's classmate from kindergarten through senior year and now he's a junior at Cornell. Mac started NATIVE(X) as a little start-up apparel project. With this brand, Mac aspires to work with Indigenous people around the world to help them sell and market their creations. He's selling these shorts (starting at $98):

Only 24 pairs were produced and a limited number remain.
Click here and here for more details and ordering information.