(Vanessa Bruno sweater, Stone Cold Fox Bolas dress, Theory muff bag, Céline platforms and sunglasses, Miansai bracelet)
One of those all-my-favorite-things-at-once outfits. Because slipdresses are the apparent cornerstone of my wardrobe, it’s important to source gigantic sloppy knits to balance them out with. This one was a lucky find during a warp speed browse at Printemps in January…the focus that can come with having two utterly bored male people waiting for you sure is something. I love the weight and volume of the sweater with SCF’s magical little mustard dress. I threw them on with my worn to death Theory bag (you guys know this thing is functional as a muff right cause yeah probably time you knew) and valid since ’10 Céline foot boats for another perfectly in-between LA day.
This top had me at built-in bralette..I love that shadowy effect against the stiff cotton. Possibly as un-Silverlake as an outfit can get but it felt perfect to me for a fresh almost warm spring day in the city. Oh and hi monster wedges good to see you again.
Pretty close to the perfect tshirt. By R13.
I’ve always associated Malin+Goetz’s rum scent with the Soho Grand – finally had the clairvoyance to realize it could exist outside a hotel.
Taking relaxation to a whole new level. Citizens of Humanity’s Frankie jeans.
Current ring situation – Cartier, Hortense, Colby June, and Catbird.
Wedge policy – go hard or go home. The Alexander Wang Marina.
Last month at the beautiful Parker Hotel in Palm Springs. Most similar place to Wonderland that I’ve been. Note that they could teach seminars in amenities curation.
(Acne silk tshirt, Alexander Wang men’s sweats, Phillip Lim Vincent mules, Michael Verheyden tote bag, and Miansai bracelet)
The combination of a tshirt, sweats, and some slip-on shoes doesn’t have to look the way it sounds. Semi-casual Friday.