Summer is already halfway over (sigh) and it’s now time to do what’s left on your bucket list, like attend a music festival perhaps? Here at A Girl in LA we have gathered nine of the best festivals that will take you all the way into September and included a playlist you can rock out too. Our list includes music of all genres, so no matter what you prefer, you’re going to find a festival you want to attend. We’ve put the price ranges on here (from general admission to VIP) and some of them are pretty pricey. When purchasing tickets you should be ableRead More →

May

To Do List: Welcome to our monthly series All Things Awesome. On this months All Things May you can shop A Girl in LA’s Summertime Shopping Guide right here, check out Eeeeeatscon, the amazing food festival, get ready for the Twin Peaks remake, read Savoir Vivre: The Art of Fine Living, spend Memorial Day Weekend at Fiesta Hermosa, see LA LA Land in Concert at The Hollywood Bowl, and listen to Foster The People’s new album III. May Must Haves A Girl in LA has been working on a Summer Shopping guide featuring our summertime favorites where you can shop for clothing, accessories, beauty products, shoes, decor, and entertaining directly fromRead More →

april

To Do List: Pick the ideal springtime outfit with amazing accessories. Check out Beauty and Essex, a new restaurant from the TAO Group. Buy tickets to the Museum of Ice Cream. Watch Girl Boss. Read a book about the best shopping places in Los Angeles. Check out the Hollywood Forever Cemetery’s outdoor movie lineup. Attend the ACLU music concert and see performers such as Skrillex, Zedd, and Imagine Dragons. Listen to Kendrick Lamar’s new music video and look forward to hearing The Flaming Lips next month. Lovers + Friends – Abbie Fit and Flare Dress, $102 Henri Bendel – Leather Tassel Pendant, $148 Kendra Scott – ‘Tessa’ Stone Stud Earrings, $65 SugarfinaRead More →

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 →

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 →

Style icon Zoe Kravitz is known for her roles in X-Men: First Class, The Divergent Series, and Mad Max: Fury Road. She has modeled for Vera Wang, Balenciaga, and is currently the face of YSL Beauty. Zoe is the founder and lead singer of the electro pop/R&B trio Lolawolf, and she’s the daughter of Lenny Kravitz. Zoe manages to effortlessly blend vintage, hipster, boho, and edgy to create a unique style that’s all her own.   BLACK AND BLUE This minimalist style consists of only three basic colors, black, blue and gray, with the black allowing the blue and gray to pop. Save: 1. Michael Antonio, $45, 2. HM, $49.99, 3. Forever 21, $15.90, 4. HM, $39.99, 5. Macy’s, $22, 6.HM, $14.99 Splurge: 1. BB Dakota,Read More →