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Sunday, March 23, 2008

Cafe Presse - Capitol Hill, Seattle

Cafe Presse - Capitol Hill, Seattle

Andrea Willcox and Brandon Lynne outside of Cafe Presse. I like the color mixed into both their outfits.

12 Comments:

Blogger -h of candid cool said...

beautiful trench and cute flats. and i like how they match each other without it being blatant

7:06 PM  
Blogger *Sarah* said...

Ah! I LOOOVE his hoodie... I must have it! I wonder where he got it?

7:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really like how she's pulled off white/khaki pants with that trench coat.
They compliment each other nicely.
You really take flattering photos Jasmine!

10:41 AM  
Blogger cassaundra said...

i love the patterns and textures - playful, yet elegant.

and the photo is fantastic!

10:38 PM  
Blogger cassaundra said...

oh, and i long to know where i can find that trench ..!?

does someone know, i hope?

10:44 PM  
Blogger Jose said...

dem tall, me too short

3:13 PM  
Blogger birdie butter said...

love both outfits...super cute trench! by the way your blog is great!

4:48 PM  
Blogger Spandrel Studios said...

Finding a fun trench is so hard - her coat is cute without being over-the-top. Very nice shot, too!

11:14 AM  
Blogger coco+kelley said...

love cafe presse and love her trench. i used to work right across the street at seattle academy - if you want to see fashion, you should see what some of those kids wear! talk about unique...

love your blog! makes me miss home!

8:11 PM  
Anonymous brian said...

Hey sarah, if your still wondering he got his hoodie at urban outfitter.

4:48 AM  
Blogger Gene said...

Urban Outfitters? Suddenly I don't like the hoodie so much anymore :)

11:38 AM  
OpenID fulloflies said...

To set the record straight, now that this blog is closed, the hoodie of Urban Outfitters origin was purchased from the sale rack post christmas some year. Its intended recipient was my brother because he was a trendy bike messenger in Chicago and freezing his face off. No literally, he had frostbite on his face. Or ear.

But, a long story short, he was too punk rock to receive a christmas package. It was returned to me at which point I said, "hey honey, want this sweatshirt?"

And then one saturday morning, a relief from our drudgery, we said," Let's go walk the dog then go to brunch," and so we did.

We walked that dog around our neighborhood streets then took a trip to Capitol Hill where we ate a delicious brunch and a sweet girl with a camera requested to take our picture.

Being in love, generally helpful and positive people, and not being in a particular rush, nor taking ourselves too seriously, we decided to stop for the photo. Not anticipating of course the VERY serious implications of our choices.

Two years later at a professional engagement, this blog post gets pulled up big screen. Due to the power of google of course. And it's all quite hilarious. This chapter of the internet is being put to rest, but ladies and gents beware of your careless wardrobe selections before 9 am, and also your attempts at whimsey and goodwill. Or live with abandon and be damned the internet.

10:01 PM  

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