The Head. Maybe you’re a superwoman who can juggle life without getting a hair out of place, but I’m definitely not. When my hair looks like it went through a car wash, Oribe Thick Dry Finish Spray comes to the rescue by providing shine and manageability.
The Body. Lately I’ve been all about charity fashion. I figure if a girl is going to invest in an outfit, it feels good to know that her hard-earned cash is going to a worthy cause. Treasure&Bond has been a staple of mine since I featured it when the line debuted. A percentage of sales are donated to philanthropies empowering women. In this pic, I’m wearing a T&B blouse. I decided to tie it up since cropped tops with shorts are in this season.
And speaking of shorts, I just had to have this keeper made with love. Members of the Rialto Jean Project painted Levi shorts and jeans and sold them, donating the proceeds to innovative art therapy programs at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and New York. One of my closest childhood friends owes her life to Children’s, where she had frequent stays. Those programs helped her through tough times.
The Toes. A post on style from head to toe wouldn’t be complete without talking about my Toms. I have worn them out dancing, tromping through town, and even walking to a restaurant via a rocky beach. Regardless of the terrain, Toms are unbelievably comfortable.
The location. I chose a construction site because that’s where Girls’ Generation performed their video for Catch Me If You Can, and this is the outfit I wore to teach their dance tutorial.