A red, white, and blue wardrobe.

This evening I depart for my Fourth of July weekend getaway in Tahoe with nineteen of my closest friends, four of whom I know. But first, we have to make a pit stop. Where you ask? I’ll tell you where. Someplace warm. A place where the beer flows like wine. Where beautiful women instinctively flock like the salmon of Capistrano. I’m talking about a little place called Reno.

Don’t know why, but I’m excited about it.

After a slumber party in The Biggest Little City in the World, our weekend begins. A weekend in which we must evade getting iced, but embrace getting suntans; we must wave our freak flags high and our American flags higher; but most relevantly, we must don outfits consisting entirely of red, white, and/or blue for the following thirty-six to forty-eight hours. It will be a challenge, but in the end it will be rewarding proof of our devotion and pride for the USA.

Here’s what I’m packing:

Unless I say it isn’t, it’s J.Crew…

White Dress: Don’t remember

Belt: Gift

Red Dress: Urban Outfitters $58 (Not too shabby!)

Sunglasses: Topshop (Hecka days ago)

White Blouse: Mom’s vintage

Red Necklace: Banana Republic (Also hecka days ago)

Shoes: French Sole (Also old…it’s tough to shop when you don’t poop gold bars)

I hope everyone has a festive Fourth of July weekend, and please, BE SAFE! :)


2 responses to “A red, white, and blue wardrobe.

  1. man, that is a presh assortment of clothes…in fact, i am actually wearing the blue and white gingham shirt right now :)

    Love it all and wish I had your wardrobe.

  2. Love the J. Crew comment. My wardrobe is the same…


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