The Helena Dress by Jessica Faulkner

This teeny little video is of Jessica herself, and you can see in 13 seconds how much she f*%$king rocks. “Saturday Love”? That awesome little hop? She’s a total badass, you guys.

The Helena Dress is part of the Everyday Magic F/W 14-15 line, and you can still enter to win $500 on her Facebook page!

https://www.facebook.com/JFaulknerLA

(Source: jessicafaulkner.com)

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Throwback Thursday Post!  From November 2012


malcriada9:

for all the changes i have known*

Thanksgiving at Heather and George’s house was wonderful, and as a bonus, it’s a gorgeous photo shoot location too!  

Last year the holidays were an excruciating nightmare and while Thanksgiving was probably the least painful, it wasn’t a joyful day for me, being the first one without my mom and sister.  This year I’ve been knee-jerk-reaction hating on the holidays, already resigned to being a depressed mess.  So color me shocked to find that I was not depressed yesterday.  

I was busy and had places to go and people to see, I was trying to be of service where I could, and thoroughly enjoying the company of my friends and adopted family.  I spent a little time with my dad, and brother and sister in law and nephew (Thanksgiving isn’t really their bag), which was cool.  I got to spend the morning with my kids before sending them off to their respective funfests, and took hilarious pictures of them for our Christmas card (typical outtake seen above).  And most of the day I felt really…loved.  Comforted.  Un-alone.

That has not been a constant state of being for me lately.  So I’m pretty damn thankful for it.

Hope you all had a great T-day, or simply a great Thursday, if that’s what it was for you yesterday.

Dress by Tucker for Target, old.  Boots by Aldo Shoes, old.  Rings, vintage and radicalrings.com, $10 each on sale.  Watch by Michael Kors, old.  Bracelets, random Target and Lydell NYC.

*From the song “Thank You” by Marcy Playground Throwback Thursday Post!  From November 2012


malcriada9:

for all the changes i have known*

Thanksgiving at Heather and George’s house was wonderful, and as a bonus, it’s a gorgeous photo shoot location too!  

Last year the holidays were an excruciating nightmare and while Thanksgiving was probably the least painful, it wasn’t a joyful day for me, being the first one without my mom and sister.  This year I’ve been knee-jerk-reaction hating on the holidays, already resigned to being a depressed mess.  So color me shocked to find that I was not depressed yesterday.  

I was busy and had places to go and people to see, I was trying to be of service where I could, and thoroughly enjoying the company of my friends and adopted family.  I spent a little time with my dad, and brother and sister in law and nephew (Thanksgiving isn’t really their bag), which was cool.  I got to spend the morning with my kids before sending them off to their respective funfests, and took hilarious pictures of them for our Christmas card (typical outtake seen above).  And most of the day I felt really…loved.  Comforted.  Un-alone.

That has not been a constant state of being for me lately.  So I’m pretty damn thankful for it.

Hope you all had a great T-day, or simply a great Thursday, if that’s what it was for you yesterday.

Dress by Tucker for Target, old.  Boots by Aldo Shoes, old.  Rings, vintage and radicalrings.com, $10 each on sale.  Watch by Michael Kors, old.  Bracelets, random Target and Lydell NYC.

*From the song “Thank You” by Marcy Playground Throwback Thursday Post!  From November 2012


malcriada9:

for all the changes i have known*

Thanksgiving at Heather and George’s house was wonderful, and as a bonus, it’s a gorgeous photo shoot location too!  

Last year the holidays were an excruciating nightmare and while Thanksgiving was probably the least painful, it wasn’t a joyful day for me, being the first one without my mom and sister.  This year I’ve been knee-jerk-reaction hating on the holidays, already resigned to being a depressed mess.  So color me shocked to find that I was not depressed yesterday.  

I was busy and had places to go and people to see, I was trying to be of service where I could, and thoroughly enjoying the company of my friends and adopted family.  I spent a little time with my dad, and brother and sister in law and nephew (Thanksgiving isn’t really their bag), which was cool.  I got to spend the morning with my kids before sending them off to their respective funfests, and took hilarious pictures of them for our Christmas card (typical outtake seen above).  And most of the day I felt really…loved.  Comforted.  Un-alone.

That has not been a constant state of being for me lately.  So I’m pretty damn thankful for it.

Hope you all had a great T-day, or simply a great Thursday, if that’s what it was for you yesterday.

Dress by Tucker for Target, old.  Boots by Aldo Shoes, old.  Rings, vintage and radicalrings.com, $10 each on sale.  Watch by Michael Kors, old.  Bracelets, random Target and Lydell NYC.

*From the song “Thank You” by Marcy Playground Throwback Thursday Post!  From November 2012


malcriada9:

for all the changes i have known*

Thanksgiving at Heather and George’s house was wonderful, and as a bonus, it’s a gorgeous photo shoot location too!  

Last year the holidays were an excruciating nightmare and while Thanksgiving was probably the least painful, it wasn’t a joyful day for me, being the first one without my mom and sister.  This year I’ve been knee-jerk-reaction hating on the holidays, already resigned to being a depressed mess.  So color me shocked to find that I was not depressed yesterday.  

I was busy and had places to go and people to see, I was trying to be of service where I could, and thoroughly enjoying the company of my friends and adopted family.  I spent a little time with my dad, and brother and sister in law and nephew (Thanksgiving isn’t really their bag), which was cool.  I got to spend the morning with my kids before sending them off to their respective funfests, and took hilarious pictures of them for our Christmas card (typical outtake seen above).  And most of the day I felt really…loved.  Comforted.  Un-alone.

That has not been a constant state of being for me lately.  So I’m pretty damn thankful for it.

Hope you all had a great T-day, or simply a great Thursday, if that’s what it was for you yesterday.

Dress by Tucker for Target, old.  Boots by Aldo Shoes, old.  Rings, vintage and radicalrings.com, $10 each on sale.  Watch by Michael Kors, old.  Bracelets, random Target and Lydell NYC.

*From the song “Thank You” by Marcy Playground Throwback Thursday Post!  From November 2012


malcriada9:

for all the changes i have known*

Thanksgiving at Heather and George’s house was wonderful, and as a bonus, it’s a gorgeous photo shoot location too!  

Last year the holidays were an excruciating nightmare and while Thanksgiving was probably the least painful, it wasn’t a joyful day for me, being the first one without my mom and sister.  This year I’ve been knee-jerk-reaction hating on the holidays, already resigned to being a depressed mess.  So color me shocked to find that I was not depressed yesterday.  

I was busy and had places to go and people to see, I was trying to be of service where I could, and thoroughly enjoying the company of my friends and adopted family.  I spent a little time with my dad, and brother and sister in law and nephew (Thanksgiving isn’t really their bag), which was cool.  I got to spend the morning with my kids before sending them off to their respective funfests, and took hilarious pictures of them for our Christmas card (typical outtake seen above).  And most of the day I felt really…loved.  Comforted.  Un-alone.

That has not been a constant state of being for me lately.  So I’m pretty damn thankful for it.

Hope you all had a great T-day, or simply a great Thursday, if that’s what it was for you yesterday.

Dress by Tucker for Target, old.  Boots by Aldo Shoes, old.  Rings, vintage and radicalrings.com, $10 each on sale.  Watch by Michael Kors, old.  Bracelets, random Target and Lydell NYC.

*From the song “Thank You” by Marcy Playground
Throwback Thursday Post! From November 2012

malcriada9:

for all the changes i have known*

Thanksgiving at Heather and George’s house was wonderful, and as a bonus, it’s a gorgeous photo shoot location too!

Last year the holidays were an excruciating nightmare and while Thanksgiving was probably the least painful, it wasn’t a joyful day for me, being the first one without my mom and sister. This year I’ve been knee-jerk-reaction hating on the holidays, already resigned to being a depressed mess. So color me shocked to find that I was not depressed yesterday.

I was busy and had places to go and people to see, I was trying to be of service where I could, and thoroughly enjoying the company of my friends and adopted family. I spent a little time with my dad, and brother and sister in law and nephew (Thanksgiving isn’t really their bag), which was cool. I got to spend the morning with my kids before sending them off to their respective funfests, and took hilarious pictures of them for our Christmas card (typical outtake seen above). And most of the day I felt really…loved. Comforted. Un-alone.

That has not been a constant state of being for me lately. So I’m pretty damn thankful for it.

Hope you all had a great T-day, or simply a great Thursday, if that’s what it was for you yesterday.

Dress by Tucker for Target, old. Boots by Aldo Shoes, old. Rings, vintage and radicalrings.com, $10 each on sale. Watch by Michael Kors, old. Bracelets, random Target and Lydell NYC.

*From the song “Thank You” by Marcy Playground