Night at the Museum

Casual Friday via. Birdie Shoots

Another week in books! I swear my attire has been all over the place this week, Monday I was a hot mess in cut-offs and Tuesday I'm sitting here bundled up with a trench shivering - what gives San Francisco? Aside from the slightly annoying weather, this was pretty good- work was tame and I was actually able to play some catch up on my weekly to-Do lists. I was going to share a different look with today's post but, after last night I knew I had to share the goodies we shot at night life. Again, for the out of towners, nightlife at the Academy of art is a cocktail event with life music that they have every Thursday evening. I've been wanting to go forever, but never seem to make the effort to get tickets and go through with the whole shebang.

Being that it is birthday week the boy agreed that we should definitely go and check it out! I have to say I'm glad we did! Everything is so much cooler at night- especially with a cocktail in hand.

Casual Friday via. Birdie Shoots
Casual Friday via. Birdie Shoots
Casual Friday via. Birdie Shoots

After exploring, we decided to head to the live-garden rooftop to take some photos. The boy was loving the view so I grinned and beard the cold all in the name of the good content. We decided to focus on the fabulous necklace that Favery, so kindly send over. I love timeless jewelry and this choker certainly is. I love the sleek gold silhouette and the fact that the style itself is called the Americana makes me that much more smitten! This will be on my neck all summer!

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xoxo,

Birdie