Color Factory OOTD

Let me, O let me bathe my soul in colours; let me swallow the sunset and drink the rainbow.
— Kahlil Gibran

You can’t miss it if you happen to stroll up Sutter Street downtown. And if you are a San Francisco and Bay Area native, your Instagram has undoubtedly lit up with gravitating technicolor snaps since last Fall. A nostalgic, captivating delight, Color Factory is the 12,000 square-foot-creation of Oh Happy Day's Jordan Ferney and co-collaborators artist Leah Rosenberg and graphic designer-illustrator Erin Jang.

Celebrating color and material, Color Factory is 12,000 square feet and two stories of a colorful adventure. There are 15 interactive exhibition areas that allow you to experience hues and tones by sight, smell, and taste. My favorite was to taste. Obvz.

Another favorite part of the Color Factory experience is wearing my current LBD obsession. Rachel Roy's recent curvy designs are poppin' to say the least. Black looks so classy against colorful backgrounds so I was happy with this easy and comfortable OOTD choice. A relaxed fit, this ruffle dress is made of stretchy poly and spandex and I could have easily ordered a size down. Wear this dress with strappy heels for some flair or closed-toe heels for some class. The whole Rachel Roy curvy collection is sold on their website (my favorite), while some key pieces are available at Macy's and Nordies.

Overall, we had a great time just goofing off and exploring endless photo opps and document our time together. Tickets are a little pricey in my opinion but if with kids, teens, or a gang of besties to visit with, it is definitely worth it. Otherwise, it’s pretty much a millennial Instagrammers paradise. Tickets are on-sale again this coming August so sign-up for their e-mail to get the latest and greatest deets. 

Dress - Rachel Roy | Shoes - Unisa | Purse - Marc Jacobs (similar)