1. white on white

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    Overalls- Paige Denim, Top- Vintage, Heels- Zara

    Photos by Chris Sirney

     


  2. True Religion x The Parrys

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    Hat- Rag and Bone, Shirt- Vintage, Shoes- Converse

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    Top- Free People, Shoes- Nasty Gal, Sunglasses- Thrills, Watch- Daniel Wellington

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    Shirt- Thrills, Sunglasses- Ray Ban

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    Vest- Vintage, Shoes- Converse

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    Jacket- Vintage, Top- Elliat, Heels- ShoeDazzle

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    Shirt- Christian Dior, Jacket- Vintage, Boots- Rag and Bone

    All Pants- True Religion

    Last Thursday, True Religion asked Jason and I to take over their Instagram for the day to feature their pants from their new ‘Runner’ line. I had so much fun turning the camera on Jason, and shooting our ‘day in the life’ together. The Runner pant (for both men AND women) mixes activewear with the look of denim. The pants are made from denim yarn that is woven together to create the look and feel of knit with the appearance of denim. Super comfortable, and looks really good. We wanted to show how the pants can go from day to night…lounging around the house, grabbing coffee and running around town, skateboarding in them, and finally grabbing dinner and drinks at night!

    Follow @truereligionbrandjeans

     


  3. Dress- Flynn Skye Sandals- Koolaburra

    Can we talk about this dress? Ugh, I’m in love. I’m feeling anything off the shoulder at the moment. There is just something so pretty, and sexy, about it. Plus, the dress is named the Bardot dress. How could you not feel sexy in it? Heading out to the Temecula area this weekend for a wedding, most likely going to throw a concho belt around my waist with this gorgeous piece and get all romantic.

    Photos- Chris Sirney

     


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    Dress- Three of Something

    Shot this lil number from Three of Something during sunset on a rooftop in Newport Beach. Been spending alot of time down in Newport. My parents just moved down there into our renovated beach house so Jason and I have been enjoying the house’s new perks (hellooo roof deck).  We were just down there over the weekend to celebrate the 4th. That city sure loves the 4th of July, it’s crazyyy. We spent it laying out at the beach and swimming in the ocean, hitting up a couple parties, then watching the fireworks from every direction up on the previously mentioned roof deck. It was chill but that’s kinda what we needed. Speaking of chill, the cut on this dress is pretty chill. It’s obviously great to pair with some sky high heels for a night out but I’m thinking of wearing it with some sandals and cat eye shades for a dinner at sunset. Perfect for showing off that little bit of tan I got this week.

     


  5. Wild Ones- Black Magic Woman

    Featured in the new Wildly Smitten magazine 'Wild Ones'

    Photographer- Ashley Noelle

    Make up- Mikal Sky

    Hair- Marley Gonzalez

    Read my interview here-

    http://wildlysmitten.com/blogs/interviews/14717669-she-keeps-us-wild

     

  6. So stoked to have worked on this commercial for Sailor Jerry, if you even want to call it “work.” Hanging out with this rad group of people was more like a vacation. Enjoy.

    Full commercial above.

    Individual feature below.

     

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    Dress- For Love and Lemons, Hat- Billabong from Tilly’s

    Photos- Chris Sirney

     


  9. On The Way Out x Tilly’s Part 2

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    Dress- Blu Pepper via Tilly’s, Purse- Rip Curl via Tilly’s, Heels- Jeffrey Campbell, Necklace- Delilah Dust

    This lil romantic dress by Blu Pepper is perfect for so many things…date night dinners, flea market expeditions, brunch with the girls. So easy and cute. The possibilities are endless.

     


  10. On The Way Out x Tilly’s

    Shorts- Volcom via Tilly’s, Halter- Brandy Melville, Sunglasses- Spitfire via Tilly’s, Boots- Soda via Tilly’s, Cruiser board- Globe

    Teaming up with Tilly’s this week to feature some rad looks for Summer. Tilly’s definitely embodies summer for me, and makes me think of past summers spent down in Newport and Huntington Beach. Hanging out at the fun zone flirting with boys, nights spent around a bonfire at the beach, and riding bikes and skateboarding down to the pier. Which these shorts from Volcom are perfect for.

    Photos by Chris Sirney

     

  11. Jeans & Tank- Free People, Belt & Sunglasses- Vintage

    Photo by Michelle Barton

     

  12. All clothing- Arnhem

    http://www.arnhem.co/

    Photos by Jason Lee Parry

    This shoot has be looking forward to late nights on the beach, bonfires, sitting on a mexican blanket swigging out of a champagne bottle, setting off fireworks, and skinny dipping.

     


  13. Spring is here!

    Spending my Monday off putting together a little inspiration for a shoot this weekend…so happy it’s finally Spring. Looking forward to the weather warming up a little more, spending days back at the beach, long outdoor brunches filled with mimosas, and day trips to nowhere in particular. Definitely craving a get-away to the desert, although I won’t be attending Coachella. I need something a little more chill, and the desert always makes me feel better. Slowly spring cleaning out my house this week as well…having this urge to get rid of so much. Spring is a new start and I’m feeling it this year.

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  15. Jason and I met on Valentine’s Day 6 years ago. He had recently moved to Los Angeles and booked me as a model for a shoot. I had a boyfriend at the time so when I met him it was strictly professional. Although, I did think he was pretty cute. We shot again and he invited my boyfriend at the time and I to meet up for drinks one night. That night, Jason and I had this crazy chemistry. It was undeniable. Before I knew it, Jason had thrown me over his shoulder and carried me out of the bar. I drove home thinking “oh no, I have a crush.” Cut to week later, we had another shoot and, well,  it’s been the two of us ever since. The thing about our relationship was that it was so easy. I instantly felt comfortable with him, we could talk about anything, we had so many things in common even though we grew up completely different, liked doing so many of the same things. I feel like we just compliment each other.

    Two years after we met to the day, Jason proposed to me in New York City. We were walking to the Metropolitan Museum through Central Park and were taking photos in the snow. Unbeknownst to me, he  had set up a camera to take some self timer photos and I thought he was going to push me into the snow since right before the photo was about to take he got down below me. But instead, he was down on his knee opening a box with a beautiful ring in it. The camera caught three photos in a row…him down on his knee and me with a look of shock, us hugging, and then the two us us falling down in the snow. After, we walked through the Met and then had pizza and beer. It was a pretty amazing Valentine’s Day.

    A year and a half later we were married in Pasadena under an huge tree hung with lanterns and lights. I had daisies in my hair and a strapless, slinky lace dress on and Jason was in a handsome suit. We had family and friends surrounding us and danced all night. We now live in Laurel Canyon in a house that feels like it’s a treehouse with our Sheltie, Leon.

    We love taking road trips, exploring new places and visiting old ones. This was the first one I had been on where we didn’t really have to been in any particular place by any particular time, we could just drive wherever we wanted. Our first night we stayed in Cambria, CA. We arrived pretty late and found one of the only places open in the sleepy beach town. It was the Cambria Ale House which felt like you were having a drink in someones house, who happened to have plenty of beer on tap.  The next day we started our drive up towards Big Sur, stopping here and there to to check out the beaches and amazing cliff views of the ocean. Got to Big Sur after sunset, so we stopped at Fernwood Tavern for some tacos and wine, and some wi-fi. The next day was up to the Russian River, with a stop in Sebastopol to have a wood carving stand make us a “Parry’s” sign. We checked into a hotel in Guerneville and walked over to the main strip to get a bite to eat. Hit up Pat’s where I put some tunes on the jukebox and started talking to some of the locals. The diner part has an amazing drawn map of the Russian River on the wall that I loved. Did a little bar hop on that strip ending with Jason and I dancing alone after a much regretted tequila shot. But it was fun. The next morning we packed up and explored the area a bit more. I had never seen the Russian River and it’s beautiful, so many great vacation cottages and cute restaurants. After a late lunch we decided to drive straight up to Jason’s hometown of Roseburg, Oregon. Cut up through the gorgeous wine country to the 5 and then drove the night away with one stop for soft serve at Foster’s Freeze. We crossed over to Oregon and decided to park for the night at the Jackson Wellsprings in Ashland, a really interesting hotsprings and RV resort we had stayed at before.

    The next few days we re-experienced Roseburg. We drove around the area with its foggy mornings and gorgeous back roads. Did a little thrifting and visited some old friends. And had Jason’s favorite pizza a million times.Then it was up to Portland where we got our “I’ll Keep You WIld” “Keep Me Wild” tattoos, perused some records and had some beers at the Landmark Saloon after Jake Ray played. Back down to Roseburg to visit Jason’s grandfather who at 77 still takes care of a dozen horses on his ranch. Drove all night towards Reno under the prettiest full moon on the California 89. Woke up in Reno and decided to stay the night in Truckee, where our good friend is living at the moment. Made a dinner at his awesome A-frame house and sat by the fire drinking wine and catching up. Woke up and grabbed some coffee at Coffeebar and started the drive around Tahoe. Stopped the take some photos in front of that absolutely stunning lake and then hopped on the 395. I am a southern California native and I was always curious about the eastern side of the state that I had never seen. The 395 is pretty awesome…the rolling hills, Mono Lake, and the sunset was one of the best I have ever seen. We stayed in Bishop for the night, and then woke early to grab some breakfast from Schat’s Bakery. Decided to take our time and drive through every small town we passed through. Stopped to skate down a long, empty road in the desert with Leon. When we hit Mojave the emails started coming in and reality hit. Back to Los Angeles. And looking forward to our next trip. I’m thinking the South.

    Video - Jason Lee Parry, Kevin Castanheira, Caleb Barton
    Art Direction - Jason lee Parry
    Video edited by - Kevin Castanheira, Jason Lee Parry
    Photos - Jason Lee Parry, Jenny Parry, Caleb Barton


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