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Look of the Day: Trevor

By Catiebeatty @catiebeatty
Filson, Levi's, menswear, Fleur d'Elise Still working up the guts to take street style photos of people I'm not related or married to.
Filson, Levi's, menswear, Fleur d'EliseMy husband is easy to shoot, though, because he doesn't get at all nervous. 
Filson, Levi's, menswear, Fleur d'EliseSo much Filson! I'm slowly coming to terms with the fact that my husband is much better dressed than I am.
Filson, Levi's, menswear, Fleur d'Elise
On a side note, somewhat related to this post, I have had a pretty awful week. I'm not one to lose things, especially important things, but I managed to unconsciously empty my pockets on the plane ride between Houston and Denver. When we landed in Seattle, I realized my phone was gone. By the time we parked in front of our apartment, I had discovered that my license was missing. Thankfully, they were both together and the airlines called my husband to tell him they'd found them (I think they figured the number listed as "Love of My Life" was someone pretty important). Well, to add insult to injury, when I was going through my purse today, I realized my wedding ring wasn't in its usual place. Yup, I lost my wedding ring and we haven't even been married 2 years. I'll be honest, I've cried quite a bit this week, but this is the real kicker. I left a message with the airlines and sent them an email, but I don't know if I'll ever find my ring. Something that small, and made of gold doesn't always find it's way home. If someone dishonest found it, they won't be too pleased with the resale value. As pretty as it is, it's mainly of sentimental value. I couldn't care less about my phone and license, those are easily replaced. A second ring just isn't the same, though. Please, universe, I would like it back.
Levi's Filson trucker jacket - Imogene & Willie denim - Filson Briefcase Computer Bag - Filson Carry On bag - Lucchese 1883 Boots

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