Apologies for the repetitiveness of my Givenchy bag lately. I rarely ever acquire a new bag, and when I do, I become attached to it on a whole other level.
Tag: T by Alexander Wang
T by Alexander Wang :: top (here) Rag & Bone :: dress (similar style here or lower price version here) Anine Bing :: biker jacket (here or lower price point style here) Senso :: shoes (here) Givenchy :: bag (ON SALE here & here) Celine :: sunglasses (similar style by Celine here or similar here low price here) XIV Karats :: jewelry (Email Me Here) Vanessa Mooney :: … Continued
All black, simplicity at it’s best.
An outfit that doesn’t often mesh very well with my day-to-day life, but sometimes I like to dress as if I’m in Europe or NYC.
When it’s too hot to think, or wear much clothing, I like to revert back to my favorite basic tanks and a pair of vintage Levis cutoff shorts.
These are the photos from a shoot I did in Palm Springs a few weeks ago wearing all “We Are Handsome”, inspired by the 70’s.
My very patriotic outfit, from yesterday.
We’re off, it’s finally deep into the hot dry summer in LA.
1. Thakoon Addition, Dress
2. T by Alexander Wang, Sweater
3. We Are Handsome, Swim Suit
4. Zara, Flats
5. Rag & Bone, Shorts or similar here
6. Alexander Wang, Backpack, Black
7. Gorjana, V-Necklace
8. Deborah Lippmann, Nail Polish
9. Karen Walker, Sunglasses or similar here, here
10. Rag & Bone, Fedora or similar here
11. LNA, Tie Dye Tank
It’s finally my favorite season, the season of music festivals. I’m still not sure what’s more exciting, the music or the carefree desert diva fashion. I can’t lie, I’m style stalking throughout the whole music festival, (for me it’s Coachella, closest to my home in SO-Cal.) but in all honestly I am very in touch with the actual music (and my clothes)!
Every year I find that playing with a more soft and neutral color palette, with easy, wearable basic pieces, makes for a more happy experience. When I put too much though into my outfits I end up being uncomfortable and distracted from the actual music. I like to be raw that weekend, which means earthy softer tones work better with my mood. I also like to mix and match separates and re-wear some pieces throughout the weekend, to make packing easier on myself. I usually choose a comfy boot or flat that I can wear the entire duration of the festival, and something that I don’t mind destroying in the muddy conditions.
This collage of Coachella inspired pieces is my actual wish list for the festival. I won’t be able to get everything on here but if I could have it my way these pieces would make up at least 2 of my outfits! I would wear the suit/shorts/sweater (when it gets chilly at night) together. I would also wear this airy dress and hat a different day, again throwing the sweater over it at night. The shoes and bag work with both looks, mixing and matching!
Now lets go be fashionable in the desert!
I found myself lost in one of the many, magical streets of San Francisco. The thing that was most delightful about San Francisco, was this street, and the ice cream I devoured around the corner. This little back street with cobblestone and vintage cars took me to a place that I had never been to before.