Heading to Coachella this April, or are you just looking to add some Bohemian style to your spring and summer wardrobe? When shopping for 60’s and 70’s style clothing it’s all about the details. Look for… Maxi skirts and dresses Crop tops Bell bottoms Denim cutoffs Kimonos Ankle boots with metal hardware Platform wedges Floppy wide brim hats Fringe handbags Embellished belts Round sunnies Layered and beaded jewelry Wrap around bracelets and necklaces Jewelry with stones and crystals Chiffon, suede, and gauze like fabrics Lace, fringe, and floral detail Boho / hippie chic has been my go to style for a while now. After shopping at myRead More →

Find out where to score March’s must haves, one of the best flea markets in LA, a poolside read about makeup and drug addiction, must see TV and movies, voodoo inspired donuts, a Mean Girls update, and the best indie album out in years. Adina Reyter – Pave Tusk Necklace, $398. Quay Australia – UKIYO sunnies, $60. Andersson Bell – Asymmetric Jacket, $225. Marc Jacobs Beauty – 3 Piece Gloss Kit, $54. Topshop – Striped Shirt, $40. Nasty Gal – Crop The Madness Distressed Jeans, $60. American Rag – Vita Fede Mini Titan Bracelet, $240. Pinrose – Rollerball Wardrobe Gift Set, $60. Henri Bendel – Spring Meadow Candle, $30. Bloomingdales – Little Pink Book, $10.Read More →

NYFW Spring 2017

One of my favorite things about spring aside from the longer days and warmer weather is putting my dark, big and bulky winterish clothing—(I live in LA), in the back of my closet, and putting my light and colorful wardrobe front and center. This is also a perfect time to decide what you no longer want (that’s a whole other topic), but more importantly what you need. Inspired by NYFW Spring 2017, vibrant stripes, trench coats, slogans and graphics, shoulder details, sportswear, seaside stripes and nautical inspired, nudes and tans, floral prints, iridescence, and bright and pastel solid colors are what you’ll be seeing a lotRead More →

I have a love-hate relationship with moving. It’s something I’ve done many times and while I love moving into a new space, the process of boxing up everything I own isn’t something I particularly enjoy. I wish I could fast-forward that part and go straight to decorating. Me and my boyfriend’s lease was about to be up and we were outgrowing our current apartment, but instead of searching for a new building, we opted to stay in the same and go from the 7th floor to the 15th with panoramic view of DTLA. I’m obsessed! Last weekend we packed up all our things and asked our friendRead More →

February

February, the shortest month can easily feel like the longest. That time of the year when we long for summer and 80 degree temps and pray the rain would dissipate. Having a schedule of fun events, movies, and things to do will make the month breeze by, and before you know it you’ll be sitting poolside, sipping mimosas. BUY: Cooper Design Space, Last Friday’s Sample Sale, 860 S. Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, 90014 – February 24th, 9am-3pm I used to work in the Cooper Building in DTLA and I’d look forward to the sample sales. The showrooms that are only open to buyers and fashion stylists are openRead More →

After finding the ideal gift, be sure to check out my Valentine’s Day in LA blog post to plan the perfect date. Triple C Power Lips Bank, $30 Sugarfina XOXO 8PC Candy Bento Box, $65  Topshop ‘Love’ Necklace, $22 Slip Sleep Silk Eye Mask, $45  Burberry Cashmere Scarf, $650 Creative Express ‘Love’ Balloon  $7.50 Moon Juice ‘Sex Dust’, $30 L’Agent by Agent Provocateur – Bra, $60, and panties, $35  Four Letter Word Cards, $5  Gypsy Warrior Cupid Knee High Socks, $8.40 Christian Louboutin Lip Lacquer, $85  Custom Brites Nameplate Bracelets, $21.50 Charlotte Olympia Barbie Clutch, $1,195 Miss Dior Cherie Perfume, $86.09  Topshop Heart Embroidered Keyring, $15 Maggie Louise Confections ‘Pop!Read More →

Whether you’ve been in a relationship for a month, you’re married, or you’re single, here’s how to plan the perfect Valentine’s Day in Los Angeles, ranging from budget friendly to going all out. FOR COUPLES Check out DTLA Walking Tours, Haunted Tales. Take a trip to the The Broad Museum, and read about my visit here. Head to the Huntington Beach Canals for a Sunset Gondola ride. Recreate your first date. Go to a comedy show. Have a romantic hotel night at Shutters on The Beach. Attend the Edwardian Ball. Have a relaxing spa day at your favorite spa or check out Bliss Spa, Ritz Carlton DTLA, or Burke Williams. Sip cocktails atRead More →