Recently, a friend showed up to work with a pair of huaraches that I was lusting over. For you Angelinos or those who plan on visiting Los Angeles anytime soon, I recommend you pay a visit to Olvera Street to not only find the perfect pair of huaraches, but to experience all that this historical street has to offer. Walking down the open street market, with churros in hand, I found my new favorite shoes for only $20 and experienced L.A. culture at its finest.
My new vintage haunt, The Family Vintage, is just too good not to share. And because sharing is caring, right?
(images from The Family Vintage)
For nearly 40 years, Kakadu Traders Australia has been supplying tough, reliable outerwear products to over 50 countries around the world. It all began several generations ago with Richard and Catherine Whillas (recognize the name?), who constructed their own oilskin cloth using a combination of waxes and oils found on the local land. I love their leather hats and although their goods are known for their functionality and durability against the harsh Australian bush, they’ll look and do just fine in just about any setting. Very Acne-esque.
(All Saints Afghan Jacket $95)
Once upon a time, a cowboy boot made love to a moccasin and they gave birth to the Hector boot.
(Hector Boots $249)