I haven’t posted too much inside my house since I’ve moved to Redondo Beach, but I love it inside my little bungalow. I usually spend the mornings making coffee and playing with my kitty, Penny, before heading to work for the day. On weekends, if I am not being a weekend warrior (which I usually am), I love to make breakfast at home. For me, my home is my sanctuary. I can wear whatever I want to wear and be whoever I want to be- not that I am not myself outside my home… But I can sing loud and dance and wear no pants, etc. at home. One thing I do always wear inside is a pair of slippers. My last pair of slippers were from Christmas from Nordstrom Rack and had no soles or cushion left in them. Needless to say, I needed an upgrade. Something with harder soles that I could walk around and be comfortable in. When I found T&N Collection, they had just what I was looking for- comfortable slippers that I can wear inside and outside!
With temperatures in the 80’s in LA these past few days, I’ve officially ditched my winter shoes for something lighter! I love sandals of all kinds this spring, from high-heeled to wedges. (Are wedges considered sandals?!) Either way, sandals and wedges are a way to make any look spring-y. They can even make jeans or a long-sleeve dress in season! I recently got one of my favorite sandals from Shoes of Prey, a really cool brand that lets you design your own pair of shoes. I’ve been wearing them almost every day to work, they are so comfortable. Keep reading to find out the other sandals I chose for spring!
If there are two trends to stay on top of this spring, I would have to say they are hats and floral print. At least if you dress somewhat bohemian like I do. I love floral for spring (actually all year round)… but the print definitely makes a huge comeback around the spring time. I love mixing the print with wide brim hats, which are also huge this spring. Combining the two trends gives you a really effortless, relaxed bohemian vibe.
This was my first year at Coachella and I can tell you that it won’t be my last. Last weekend was filled with everything I love: live music, photography, friends, and the occasional drink (wink-y face). It was jam packed and I was super nervous about planning and how everything would turn out, but everything went as smooth as it could’ve gone. I planned out my outfits beforehand, and I’m glad that I packed wayyy more than I needed to. For three days of parties and festival-going, it’s definitely good to have options if you need a quick outfit change. Here’s a little snapshot of what I did each day:
If there’s one item I could wear for the rest of the spring and summer season, it would be a wrap dress. They are so easy to wear, just throw one on and boom you’ve got an entire outfit. Not only that, but also they are forgiving and flattering for all body shapes and sizes. For festival season, I’ll give you all a spoiler of one of my outfits, it’s a wrap dress! (lol) I may or may not be wearing it over some shorts and a bralette… Either way, wrap dresses come in all different patterns and fabrics and they are a great option for a flattering spring look.
A few weeks ago, I went to the Whimsy + Row launch party, to celebrate the launch of the new clothing line. Whimsy + Row is a local LA-based brand created by the wonderful Rachel Temko, who had a vision to create a lifestyle brand for creative, adventurous women who have an appreciation for vintage, sustainable, and exquisitely feminine pieces. I think the brand embodies just that. The new Eco Collection embodies the laid back California cool girl, with it’s sustainable fabrics and earth tones. I am personally IN LOVE with the new line and all that it stands for.
Festival season is here! I don’t know about you guys, but I am officially stoked this year. It is the first year ever that I will be headed to Coachella, for work and for the blog. I’ve been to other music fests, but not the biggest of the big. There’s a lot that goes into planning these festivities, especially what to wear. As a fashion blogger, my motto with festivals is to go big or go home. Some of my favorite festival looks last year were from bloggers who did just that: Late Afternoon, and We Wore What, two of my favs. As you can see, they were both on the practical side, however. There are definitely some things that need to be considered when choosing an outfit for a festival. Keep reading to find out what to wear to festivals!