There are very few colors that make me stray from my everyday go to black, white, and gray. Powder blue happens to be one of these colors and everyone from the likes of Blake Lively to Kylie Jenner have embraced it. Here are a few style inspiration shots and watch out for the links in the bottom, because you can get the look at extremely affordable prices!
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The age-old question. WHAT TO WEAR, to anything really. Lord knows our closets are stuffed to the brim with clothes but when it comes to Holidays or events none of it works, a duh! Also, any excuse to go shopping is a good excuse in my book. Here are some of my favorite looks, that are sometimes cheesy, but never tacky aka head to toe red.
The most important thing about holidays is staying true to your OWN sense of style, if you never wear red, or pink, then don't bother, it will just stay all in the way in the back of your closet forever!
Follow me on instagram and you'll see at a glance that almost everything I own is black. In my younger years I thought that wearing so much of one color, or black in general, was the lazy and easy way to get away with fashion. The older I get the more I fall in love with black, and yes, a lot of the times I choose it because it is easygoing and can be combined with almost anything. The secret to wearing so much of one color is TEXTURE and LAYERING, that will keep it from looking boring or even worse, LAZY. Take inspiration from some of the most fashionable girls around. When in doubt, just MONOCHROME it!
Living in Los Angeles has truly been a blessing, there's always something going on this city! Unfortunately, the fast paced stuck in traffic for 2 hours a day lifestyle can be grueling. I have little by little been discovering places I can go to get away and without a doubt Palm Springs and Joshua Tree are my favorites. If you want to get away for a day here are some of my favorite must sees.
1. Cabazon Dinosaurs
2. Ace Hotel Palm Springs
3. World Famous Crochet Museum
I was lucky enough to meet the the artist Shari Elf who curated the Crochet Museum, she has her own art studio on site and makes some rad shirts and jackets.
4. Joshua Tree Saloon: Located next door to the Crochet Museum and a great spot to stop for a drink and hear some good music!
4. Joshua Tree National Park: If you want to do some rock climbing or hiking I recommend staying for more than a day, you don't want to miss the incredible view of the stars.