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Faking Autumn

(Anarchy Street Boyfriend Sweater, C. Wonder Shirt, Alexander Wang Silk Balloon Skirt, Theysken's Theory Wedges, Rebecca Minkoff Clutch, Cartier Watch, Bracelets by Anarchy Street, CC Skye, Jules, Low Luv, C. Wonder, Anarchy Street Bracelet worn as Anklet)

I wanted to pretend that it was chilly by layering but who am I kidding, it was over 80 degrees in California and I was secretly burning up inside. Don't get me wrong, I'm thankful for this beautiful weather, but I just simply really wanted to wear this sweater.

Baseball Attire


Loving both of these outfits from head to toe! Especially the varsity jacket with the embellished cropped sleeves (possible DIY?!) and what about the matching houndstooth clutch and pumps?
The second image (need that sweater and the satin pumps!) reminds me of Sex and the City when Carrie dates the Yankee player and the girls are all dressed up to the max at the stadium.

Olga Maliouck by David Burton for Elle Italia September 2011
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Eyes on the Horizon

4(gifted Kelly Wearstler Horizon Coat, Zara Sweater worn backwards, Moms Vintage Giraffe Print Skirt from the 90's, Isabel Marant Gava Pumps, Salvatore Ferragamo Purse, Cartier Watch, Bracelets from Low Luv, CC Skye, Anarchy Street)

I'll just let the coat do all the talking.

Stalking Taylor Tomasi Hill


Hi Taylor, do you ever, ever, ever look bad?

Images via TaylorStyle

From Miami to LA

(The 'Miami' from the Vogue Eyewear/CFDA limited edition City Collection available at Sunglass Hut, C. Wonder Tweed Jacket, Theyskens Theory Top, Zara Pants, Sigerson Morrison Heels, Salvatore Ferragamo Purse)

I wore these sunglasses back in Miami when I was shooting for the Vogue Eyewear campaign and felt like these were absolutely perfect for Miami because they are so bright, retro and sexy all at once but that also means it's easy to incorporate them into my everyday outfit in LA. I'm such a huge sucker for gold so the gold accents make them so much more lovable. I love goooold..... (remember Austin Powers?)

Ombre Glitter Nails


I hardly ever paint my nails as I'm constantly using my hands (thus my nails are always short) but while I was in New York at Duane Reade looking for junk food on my first night, I couldn't resist all the pretty nail polishes. I remember seeing Alexa Chung at the CFDA/Sunglass Hut event the other time I was in New York, and her nails were painted in a glittery green polish. Although not ombre, I thought it'd be cool to try the ombre effect in glitter. It's a lot sparkly and glittery in person than in pictures.

Job Site Attire

(Joie Jacket, Zara Sweater, H&M Denim Shirt, Lush Shorts, Soles Leopard Boots c/o Market HQ, Anarchy Street Bracelet)

These were taken a couple of weeks ago when it was an unusually cold and foggy morning right before the LA heatwave. Well, cold for LA since anything under 70 degrees is cold for wussy me. When I go to job sites aka construction sites, I rarely wear heels (although I do pack them) and wear the most comfortable clothes possible, that are also easy to use the bathroom in (no rompers, ever). Although I'm a firm believer of accessorizing, I don't wear much jewelry when working since it gets in the way... but as always, there are a few bracelets at the bottom of my bag just incase.

P.S. I wore a very similar outfit on the plane to New York. I'm so excited for the grand opening of the C. Wonder store. Hope you guys can make it!

APT with LSD: Devon Radziwill


I love how vibrant and modern Devon Radziwill's Soho loft is. Her coffee table is made up of four sectionals pushed together and the colorful glass cups are from the Dior boutique. How pretty!

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Meet Me in New York!

Consumer Grand Opening Invitation

Hey New Yorkers! I'll be at the grand opening of the C. Wonder store from 4pm - 8pm this Saturday and Sunday at 72 Spring Street x Crosby.

I'd love to meet you guys in person and drool over all the amazing goodies that C. Wonder has to offer (from clothes to home decor!) and have an amazing time! Take a sneak peek of their store on their Facebook page. The store is gorgeous and I already know what I'll be walking out with!

My Fall Must Haves with Beso

(Rag and Bone Jacket, Edun Sweater, Current Elliot Jeans, Westward Satchel, Karen Walker Sunglasses, Handcuff Bracelet, Nine West Ankle Boots)

California might not be as cold as the rest of the world but the cold weather is slowly creeping in and I'd be more than happy to wear the above and stroll around town meeting with my design clients or just simply having lunch with friends.
For more of my Fall Must Have's you can go to BESO and my Profile!

Colorful Fall


Doesn't the styling of this editorial just make you want to bring out all the colorful fall clothes you have and play dress up?

Suvi Koponen by Raymond Meier for Vogue Mexico September 2011

Images via Noir Facade

Venice Beach Skate Park

Venice Beach Skate Park
(H&M Denim Jacket and Faux Fur Collar, Zara Stripe Shirt, H&M Skirt, Botkier Bag and Sandals, Sabre Sunglasses)

I saw the cutest and biggest Pit Bull I've ever seen at Venice Beach today. Pit Bills get such a bad reputation because of evil people who use them for dog fights, breeding them to be aggressive, but the truth is, they are one of the sweetest and most loyal dogs ever. When I get a big yard of my own, I would love to rescue one someday.

Fall Styling by Columbine


Such a pretty girl with pretty style. I love the fact that even though she has amazing legs, her skirts are somewhat of a knee length and her love for bulky coats. Check our her blog Here

Another Way to Display Your Shoes

Martha Stewart July 2011 Scanned by Deliciously Organized Photograph by Seth Smoot
If you have an empty wall space, a fun and inexpensive way to store your shoes would be using a decorative molding.

How do you display your shoes?

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White Shades


Obsessed with these sunglasses.

Doutzen Kroes for Muse Magazine Fall 2011 shot by Lachlan Bailey
Images via FGR

Pre Band-Aid


First day of New York Fashion Week, my feet were already sore from walking for a prolonged period of time in heels the night before so I had my heels in my bag and wore my boots to Lincoln Center. Before I was able to switch shoes, I was snapped by a few street style photographers and later on during the day, I fell face flat at the CVS pharmacy in these boots which I think was quite ironic. During the next few days, I either wore pants or a huge band aid.