A Little Bit Boho


[top: joie (old but similar here) pants: c/o g-star shoes: madewell hat: topshop bag: madewell jewels: jewels: alexis russell, jennifer meyer, miansai, & dogeared]

I’ve always been into the boho look but especially recently. I’ve been wearing my big round sunnies, my hat, embroidered tops and dresses more often and I have to say, I’m loving it. It’s nice to just throw on a pair of black skinnies, hat, and a loose, lightweight top and call it a day. You know what I mean? Who knows, maybe next week I’ll be into something completely different, but for now, I’m enjoying this.





Back to Basics


[top: madewell (also love this) shorts: vintage (similar here & here) sunnies: ray ban shoes: miu miu (similar here) bag: rebecca minkoff rings: alexis russell, jennifer meyer, c/o alexis bittar (here & here) necklaces: c/o alexis bittar (here & here) bracelet: c/o alexis bittar]

If you can believe it, I’ve been looking for a white button-down shirt like this for so long. Sure, it might seem like it’s just a basic top, but it’s been hard to find one that’s perfectly oversized, and this one is just that (can always count on Madewell!). It has that borrowed-from-the-boyfriend look that I’m pretty into right now. Plus, it really makes all of my new Alexis Bittar jewelry stand out. I’ve always been a fan of the brand, but especially love all these pieces because they can be worn every single day. I can layer any of the necklaces, bracelets, and rings, or wear ‘em alone and still feel like I’m making a statement. But that’s what Alexis Bittar is all about! Feeling good about yourself while wearing specially crafted jewelry.







Is It Fall Yet?

[dress: madewell (old but love this & this) shoes: zara (similar here & here) cardigan: urban outfitters (also love this) bag: madewell (want this color too) sunnies: c/o sunglass warehouse jewels: alexis russell & jennifer meyer]

I can’t believe it’s already September! Technically fall is just around the corner, but the weather in LA still feels like we’re in the middle of summer. The pro to that is I get to get more use out of some of my favorite dresses, but the con? I don’t get to wear any of my cold weather things (I still have a stash of stuff I didn’t even get to wear last fall!). Guess I have nothing really to complain about! The good thing about this dress—which is an oldie, but a goodie—is that I can wear it all year round. I can layer a shirt under it and add some tights when it’s cold, or can wear it bare-legged with sandals (which I’ve been doing quite a bit this year!).