Seattle Street Fashion Style: J Pastry

The other week, I had the opportunity to hang out with my crazy-cool, creative friend Jeffrey. During the summer, he completed an externship at a swanky restaurant in NYC and has recently returned to Seattle after a couple of years of studies in pastry arts in NorCal (check out his tantalizing treats here). I hadn’t seen him in years, so it was really great to hang out with him. We hadn’t planned the day out, so it was exciting to fly by the seat of our pants while exploring the town. Everything seemed to work out perfectly from the timing to the weather, which allowed for stunning photo ops. Jeffrey says I have a knack for photography (did I mention he’s also an amazing photographer?), but I say he’s an inspiring model who isn’t afraid to do whatever is asked of him.

Next to the park, a construction site that was smart enough to put up some art. Here’s Jeffrey wearing a nice plaid shirt (a flattering must-have for all guys).

Jeffrey’s sporting a jacket which he dyed by himself, a wool scarf also knit by himself, and a messenger bag with stick-on cat eyes.

A bench in the park with a little message.

Mr. Cool

Bike street hockey!

Cool ice cream truck

People enjoying their ice cream cones at an ice cream storefront.

Look at that view! A block from the famous Pike Place Market.

Captured a picture of Jeffrey admiring the view.

Strike a pose! I didn’t even have to tell him what to do.

I just had to! =D