I love London a weird amount. Between the food, the people, the shopping and markets, the park roaming, the outerwear utilization..I’m sad every time I leave and am thinking I need to think up more excuses to make the trek. This outfit was from the last day there, it was really cold for my California blood but I was cozy in layers. The vest is as beautiful as it is slightly scary to wear in all of it’s white suede glory, the rest is just black staples.
Colin and I gave ourselves a break from city life and made the journey to Biarritz from London a couple days ago. The mix of raw nature, beach culture, and warmer weather could not be more ideal right now. Kind of get why Karl Lagerfeld had a house here for a while. CONTINUE READING
This is what a lot of my day looked like. CONTINUE READING
(vintage leopard print dress, Alexander Wang Jade clutch, Prada suede platform sandals)
Last night’s Nylon party at Sky Bar. This dress (well probably just large-ish shirt..got a lot of these on my record) has been left untouched in my closet for months after getting it a thrift store in San Diego. I was getting ready last night and just felt too dressed up in the Camilla & Marc dress I had loosely planned on wearing. Plus I got the thumbs up from Colin on this one. Helps sometimes. Anyway, the party. Olivia Wilde is perfection, I finally got to meet the super sweet and beautiful Gillian Zinser, I managed not to fall in the pool in my Prada sandals, and we ended up with Mark Hunter giving us a tour of his house and his roommate putting on a show for us in his six inch cow print boots while I sipped Smartwater and flipped through Teen Vogue. Of course.
(House of Harlow Chelsea sunglasses, Forever 21 shirt and skirt, Prada platform sandals, Marco Tagliaferri bag)
Obsessed with my new cat eyes on roids. I rarely buy sunglasses because I feel like I’ve already amassed a near perfect collection of wearable, classic styles mixed in with a couple more whimsical pairs, but these are the perfect updated cat eye and are just barely not over the edge. Summer staple #1.