Wednesday, May 27, 2015

behind these walls

Photos by Frankie White

(Topshop blouse & heels, Zara jeans, Barneys clutch, Ray Ban aviators, necklace c/o Rocksbox)

A good pair of denim and a crisp white top is probably my favorite combination of all time. I layered a couple of dainty gold necklaces and a mini lavender clutch to add to the soft vibe. I love when an outfit is so simple yet still feminine. You know I'm not about the extra frills.. These are the first set of three photos that I shot with Frankie in DTLA last week. It's so awesome to collaborate with other bloggers & photographers, especially when they are as talented as Frankie! Check out her blog here for lots of cute outfits and great photography!

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

caught up in the moment

Photos by Alexandria Perez

(Alygne dress, Acne denim jacket, Converse sneakers, Theyskens' Theory bag, Ray Ban sunglasses)

I'm all about easy dressing lately and keeping a simple color palette. This knit dress is a staple in my summer uniform. I love the ribbed texture and the fact that it hugs all the right curves. Wore this last weekend when I stopped by Tattoo Mania on Sunset and got some new ink from Sean. I love his signature style, his penmanship is everything. I ended up with three new tattoos that day and plan on going back for more. Ink is very addicting I tell ya.

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Friday, May 15, 2015

Projection LA

Photos by Alex Fink and myself

(Nastygal bodysuit, Topshop skirt & boots, Theyskens' Theory bag, vintage hat)

I'm probably the last person in LA, certainly the last blogger in LA, to check out Projection LA. My newsfeed was flooded with images of the place and I knew I had to check it out for myself. Projection LA is an art installation by Vincent Lamouroux, who painted the old Sunset Pacific hotel (better known as The Bates Hotel) in an opaque white limewash. It was definitely a sight to see. My only gripe was that the day we went to see it, it was overcast and gloomy, causing the installation to kind of blend in with the grey skies. Despite that, it was still a cool experience and I'm glad I had the chance to witness it before it's gone. Afterwards, Alex and I walked a block over to the Echo Park Craft Fair where we had the best quesadillas in the city. No joke, we devoured 5 of those babies in one sitting.

ps- Sooo happy I found this Nasty Gal bodysuit- a great alternative to the Givenchy one (swoon). I'm sorry I couldn't find a link to it online, they probably sold out, but hey, can you blame them?

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