|Tank: Forever 21, skirt: H&M, sandals: Sam Edelman, belt: LF, purse: Reform School.|
Welcome to the first entry of Babesicle’s Alley Cat series, where I forage through Sacramento’s (and beyond) coolest alleys!
Functionally speaking, alleys are just private passageways, but esthetically speaking, they hold a certain quaint appeal, lending themselves to cool, chipping paint; overgrown vegetation; and maybe some cool street art. They supply a nice break from the bustle of the streets, and each feels unique from the next. They’ve always stimulated my affinity for whimsical, secret garden-type spaces, and I think the right alley can offer substantial charm to any neighborhood. Oh, and they’re also the perfect place for a photo shoot!
Midtown Sacramento has a ton of alleys, and my friend, Navid, and I couldn’t have stumbled across a more fitting one for my Navajo-inspired outfit. I love the salmon, mint green, and Southwestern paintings!
Meow! See you next time! Alley Cat out.
P.S. Can anyone guess where this alley is located?