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Kate Hudson in Atelier Versace. My favorite of the Oscars 2014.
So many activities, so little time! Planning my itinerary for after my two weeks of volunteering!
Andy Warhol Polaroids
Legends through snapshots. Timeless.
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Lately, I’ve been really digging the army green, red and leopard print combo. As you can see, the 90’s is a reoccuring fashion muse as I continue to channel different babes of that decade. For this look, I decided to pay homage to the one and only, Liv Tyler—circa Empire Records with the plaid skirt. And, of course, I had to top it off with a red flannel around the waist (Hi, Tai Fraiser!), leopard creepers, big hoops and dark lipstick.
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Growing up in this decade, I’ve always been overly obsessed with the 90s. From the floral off-the-shoulder scalloped long sleeve, high-waisted pants, gold door knockers to the Keds:
This is my ode to Kelly Kapowski.
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"React like what, clean cut. Act up, royal as King Tut"
I am in LOVE with my new leggings. With King Tut’s meticulously-decorated sarcophagus gracing the side of my legs, I managed to turn a few heads while I walked to streets of Oakland during the city’s monthly art walk event, First Friday/Art Murmur.
I wore the leggings with brown Doc Martins, thifted denim DIY vest, thrifted black knitted tank, and H&M beaded turquoise and gold necklace.
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That time of the year! A little taste of football during the off-season. The event marketing department of the 49ers organization has been hosting draft parties for the last five years for the Faithful to unite and cheer on our drafted picks for the upcoming season.
In a new location from previous years, the Draft Party was hosted in the newly-built San Pedro Square Market located in downtown San Jose. In block-party style, there were vendors and food trucks set up on the closed down streets surrounding the market, stages and big screens set up on the street intersection and within the market, and a flood of red and gold to top it off. The outcome of the event was a huge success and I was really digging the new setup.
As for the draft…
For being in the recent Super Bowl, the Niners had a ridiculous amount of picks throughout the seven rounds thanks the trades we made during the previous months.
1. First round (No. 18 overall, from Dallas): Safety Eric Reid, LSU
2. Second round (No. 40 overall, from Tennessee): Defensive end Cornellius “Tank” Carradine, Florida State
3. Second round (No. 55 overall, from Green Bay): Tight end Vance McDonald, Rice
4. Third round (No. 88 overall, from Green Bay): Outside linebacker Corey Lemonier, Auburn
5. Fourth round (No. 128 overall): Wide receiver Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech
6. Fourth round (No. 131 overall, compensatory): Running back Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina
7. Fifth round (No. 157 overall, from Indianapolis): Defensive tackle Quinton Dial, Alabama
8. Sixth round (No. 180 overall, from Miami): Linebacker Nick Moody, Florida State
9. Seventh round (No. 237 overall): Quarterback B.J. Daniels, South Florida
10. Seventh round (No. 246 overall, compensatory): Tackle Carter Bykowski, Iowa State
11. Seventh round (No. 252 overall, compensatory): Cornerback Marcus Cooper, Rutgers
Management made some really great picks and I’m happy we filled our Goldson void, acquired new additions to our D-Line and gained some depth within our roster.
Is it September yet?
A little over three months ago, a fun, new app was introduced to iPhone users. The Vine app allows you to be your own producer and record a six-second video to share with your followers. Similar to Instagram, but with videos, users can scroll through their feed to watch looping square-framed videos and “like” or comment their favorites ones.
I created my account when it was first released and knew it was going to be a hit. Businesses such as Gap and UrbanOutfitters or sports teams like the Golden State Warriors and the San Francisco Giants use Vine to give their consumers/fans a chance to see behind-the-scenes and a six-second feeling of being VIP.
My favorite part of Vine is watching videos of my niece and nephews since I don’t see them very often.
You can really show your creativity through Vine videos while sharing a short glimpse of your life through your eyes.
Follow me @Jasmine Z!
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Last week was Grad Week at the Spartan Bookstore where spring semester graduates had the opportunity to take graduation pictures, pick-up cap/gowns/tassels, and order graduation announcements and rings.
At this point, reality set in. It got real. Less than two months left until I walk the stage and I couldn’t be anymore excited!
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