Shoes- vintage ferragamos:: Dress-1960s vintage:: Coat- awesome gift from Miss Rubin:: Bag-vintage Dooney and Bourke:: Hat-vintage
Two years ago, Isla and I met at a vintage fair in the Mission District of San Francisco and it was instant love. We share so many interests, and these interests have made Isla one of my best friends. There have been so many days filled with adventures around the city as well as nights spent lounging in her bedroom drinking champagne from the corner store and eating takeout from our favorite restaurant. I truly consider Isla my sister (as cheesy as that may sound), and I am counting down the days until I stay with her during a return trip home in October.
Hello! I'm Isla and I write a blog called A Fine Day for Sailing. It kind of breaks my heart to be writing this post. Jen asked me weeks ago when she was here still and it seemed so far away. Now she is in Ann Arbor and starting an amazing new chapter in her life and I am super stoked for her, but I miss her so damn much. I guess this post is just going to be a rambling declaration of love. Jen has been such a solid friend since the moment we met. She is such an amazing warm, friendly, smart woman and I am honored to have her as one of my closest buds. This past summer was really tough for me and she was right there by my side through thick and thin. Jennifer Rubin, thank you!