We should all learn to love the mini dress. With all the parties, weddings, events, and especially the holidays I can’t seem to get enough mini dresses in my closet to wear as I go to all of these fun festivities. As early holiday celebrations and parties are coming quick, I picked out this perfect mini dress to kick off the first of many get-togethers. This dress is so light and lovely with buttons around your wrists and a low back to make this colorful dress even more exciting. I paired it with some black booties, but was also tempted to slip on some platforms and make it even more fancy. I also can’t get over the amazing colors of this dress… the dreamy sherbet colored sky even decided to match it.
Pictured: One Teaspoon Dress
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The Surfline Crew
What does it take to work in the surf industry? Many people who surf or like action sports have dreamt of having an industry job but aren’t sure about the first steps to cross the threshold into it. Someone who aspires and actually attempts to get into the surf industry will quickly find out that the industry is notorious for being exclusive. Don’t get discouraged though.
Working for brands that promote the fun and carefree lifestyle of surfers sets up an air of casualty that is hard to find in other industries. Working at Surfline has conditioned me to what I believe is the most casual office culture in the work world. It is more common to see someone running through the Surfline office in a dripping wet wetsuit than a button up shirt. Friday afternoons often see us cracking beers and watching the sunset from our ocean front office balcony. All fun and games? I think not. We all value our company and its success, and will do just about anything to ensure we have the privilege to work there.
So what exactly can you do to get in or maintain your place in the surf world? To help inspire you, here are some tips from some industry players…. (more…)
@DylanGoodale has been KILLING it in the Triple Crown thus far. He and Paul Fisher highly recommend you get some REEF Gear. Wait, is that Brody Jenner…WTF?
Any photographer would agree, the first step to taking great photos is to have your camera. No doy, right? But that’s often the step we miss out on most – often because we don’t want to carry the thing around. So we made ours into something we DID want to carry around by adding a classic chain bag strap.
Read on for the simple how-to… (more…)