Workin It

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Work it Berk x MontgomeryFest featurephoto by Brittany | Work It, Berk

It's kind of a funny thing. Hilarious even. This style blog- err, this blogging thing. Content and SEO and social media and.. and.. the long list of buzz words that narrate our life in 2015 that, if I knew what it was, I probably couldn't define for you just three short years ago. Little by little I'm getting more comfortable being in front of the camera. Also, when street style journalists like Brittany ask you to be a part of her column, you make yourself comfortable. I find my comfort zone in not looking at the camera, obvi, but that's a big step up from our first real photo shoot - i.e. the Engagement Shoot, where we brought a flask along incase the three of us needed the ice awkwardbreaker. 

Work it Berk x MontgomeryFest feature

It was blazingly fun, my quick date with Brittany. Roaming around The Mission, chasing color schemes and running from the wind, except when the wind was workin it itself. Wearing flowy dresses and statement necklaces. Necklaces that last over ten years, are your default to the full range of outfits in your closet, and break the day after you finally star them in a photo shoot.

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I did a little Q + A sesh over on Work It, Berk where I talk about how Europe and San Francisco have shaped my style and the good, the bad, and the third family member of creating a blog with your spouse. To which, when I asked him what the heck I should say to describe my style, he replied, "indie-cisive" and then chuckled at his own joke.  Check, check..check it out!

Work it Berk x MontgomeryFest featuresunnies: Warby Parker | dress: J.Crew | sweater: Mind Code from Retail Therapy | bag: Hammittnecklace: Urban Outfitters, ancient | stacking rings: Barcelona market | shoes: similar

All photos by Brittany Curran at Work It, Berk