In Disorderly Fashion…

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Downtown Pomona

If you asked me 5 years ago, I believed that growing up in Pomona made for somewhat of a mundane and unexciting teenager life. For the most part, what made the city was the people I went to high school with and the drama club that I was a part of (YES! I was a proud thespian back in the day!). But once I graduated and all my friends from here fizzled out with the exception of 1 or 2, the city continued to be as mundane as I remembered it to be.

This is my first time in 3 years that I have spent an extended amount of time back in Pomona, so I’ve been trying to make the most of it by rediscovering small spots in the city that make for a mini adventure. So my friend Sam and I ventured to downtown Pomona and found some really cool spots to take photos at. Take a gander.




My style for the summer is simple: keep it simple. It’s too dang hot here in the valley and while I love the winter months to layer my clothing, that is simply not an option. I stumbled upon this denim dress at Goodwill a month ago and I snatched it so fast, the cashier felt the woosh! from all the way across the store. It’s a timeless piece, very in trend right now, and what even makes me happier about it, is the fact that it was only $10. You KNOW Forever 21 and Urban Outfitters will try to steal your $40 to make you buy a denim dress. Again, take my advice and give up fast fashion!



Also, my dusty pink mules have been an absolute lifesaver since I purchased them (before my permanent decision of course). It’s such a beautiful accent to any outfit with it’s light color and square toed shaped. In addition, it’s so easy to slip on off. Anything that is hassle free, I’m a fan. You can check them out here.



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Adaobi is a 20 something year old Angeleno that experiments with style based on music and culture. Her style is an ongoing journey, disorderly, she would say.

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