Blogging has been slower. I blame it partial on how busy I’ve been but mostly because we are rebranding a bit. It’s going to be completely new kind of photography as well as focusing in on my style, the pieces I’m wearing, the life I’m living and why it all works for me. We are adding a more editorial feel to the photos and a more artistic approach to our site. It’s going to be a completely new interface which of course means trial and error but our readers are worth it. I want to combine more of my life by adding more fashion films and theatrics. We also want to add more about positive and healthy habits that we yearn to cultivate. We are also looking for more and new LA based photographers.
So be patient and get excited. I have so much love for you all. Thank you for all the support and love!
This is a super casual Sunday look. I love crop tops. They are just so fun and I’m glad that we managed to resurrect them from the 90’s. I explored Griffith Observatory for some amazing views. I love seeing the city from up high. It’s very different from NYC so the urban sprawl makes for a new take of life. I have an American girl vibe happening with the red, white, and blue. Always patriotic.
I’m going to add a new little bit to the blog. I used to always keep journals as a child and teen. In them I would always write a lyrics of a song from my mood or something that was inspiring. I decided to add this to the end of each blog post.
Blazer: H&M Crop Top: Zara Jeans: Joe’s Jeans Shoes: Soludos
“You make me crazy, you make me wild
Just like a baby, spin me ’round like a child
Your skin so golden brown
Be young, be dope, be proud
Like an American”
-Lana Del Rey
I just got this gorgeous skirt at Zara. I have worn it way more than I probably should have considering it’s new. There are just so many fun ways to wear it. So, I had a very glamorous day of meetings in LA and this was my outfit. The blue is perfect in sunny LA. I am really into blue right now. I pretty much want to buy this color in every piece of clothing.
Let me know what you think. What colors are you into this spring?
Skirt: Zara Top:Urban Outfitters
LA is so fun and the consignment is fantastic. It is a lot of fun. It’s been really busy with work but that’s the best kind of busy in this career. I wore this dress to set the other day and before I changed into my costume, people were complimenting it non-stop. I’m happy I stumbled upon this little purchase.
I love a pleated skirt with a striped top. It makes me feel Parisian. This is kind of a Cali twist on that that. I couldn’t be any more pleased about the return of the crop top and LA is definitely the place to where it. This look is probably as LA as I will get. I refuse to give up my NYC style. But it’s not really NYC style, it’s my style. All of my friends said that they thought it would change but I am who I am. I love feminine, lady-like pieces with a bit of edge. It’s very defining for me. It’s never going to change. I am who I am and your taste in clothing should be physical proclamation who you want the world to know.
Let’s talk about these flowers for a hot minute. My favorite thing about LA is the plants growing everywhere. It’s even more beautiful when they are not perfectly manicured and just are.
Shoes & Top: Zara Skirt & Blazer: H&M Necklace: Simply Vera
I love red. It’s just such a great bright pop. In LA, you definitely don’t need color to brighten up your day but you definitely need some to fit in with your surrounding. This Topshop dress is lady-like with a great red punch. It was perfect for a day of errands and shopping, which isn’t so different for what I do in NYC all the time. But everything is different to LA. Having to drive is like traveling to Mars for me. So you’re tell me I can’t just take the F train to Soho for a quick trip to H&M, okay? Oh, I can’t walk to Whole Foods? Okay, I’ll drive. So, what about exercise? I have to go to an actual gym…I see. Needless to say, I am missing NYC but mostly, the people in it. It’s really too beautiful to complain.