Top: Forever 21
Shoes: Jessica Simpson
Jasen regularly contributes to a local free publication called Inland Empire Weekly, and since he often interviews bands for his articles, he sometimes receives free concert tickets. This evening he took me to see The Horrors at The Glass House in the Pomona Arts Colony, which is a cool little revitalized downtown area of Pomona.
We got to Pomona pretty early and walked around, so I took some photos. I was afraid to try bringing my camera into the concert, so I don’t have any photos of that, but if you’d like to see what the Pomona Arts Colony is like, some of my photos are below!
This vintage store has been around forever! I remember going here in high school, and I still regret not buying a belted white ’50s dress covered with blue atomic symbols that I once found here when I was a teenager.
Temptation! But since I spent money on dresses at the flea market yesterday, I didn’t buy anything at La Bomba today.
I wish Futures Collide had been open. It’s full of gorgeous, very expensive mid-century modern furniture and appliances. The sign in their window said they’re only open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
We found a stack of copies of the IE Weekly issue with Jasen’s Horrors article.
We had a delicious dinner for about $17 plus the tip at Casa Jimenez.
I liked this alley.
And the sky looked amazing.