"" STYLE LOGISTICS | Fashion Blog: February 2014

2.27.2014

Fashion Diaries: Bottega Louie Downtown Los Angeles

Los Angeles is quickly becoming a foodie's dream, and anyone who knows me, knows I dream in Macarons. Since I can't take a flight to Paris every other day and have Laduree, I became obsessed with finding the best Macarons in town. My search led me to the very beautiful Bottega Louie in Downtown Los Angeles. After my first visit, I was hooked, and I have been their biggest fan ever since. If you live in Los Angeles, or if you're visiting, I highly recommend it!
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Any other foodies in Los Angeles? What are some of your favorite spots?

xx,
YM

2.25.2014

Home Decor Inspo: Moving Out

So I will be undergoing the tedious process of moving this weekend and despite the hassle of actual manual labor I am super excited about decorating a new space. There is something about moving that can be quite addictive, you get a completely new canvas to paint on. With my style continually evolving, it's so nice to have a place to express it. Can't wait to post some before and afters on the blog soon. Enjoy the inspiration meanwhile!
Any advice for the new apartment? I need all the help I can get!

xx,
YM

2.19.2014

Blog Spotlight: Dulceida

Spain continues to solidify their reign on fashion with amazing brands like Mango and Zara, but most importantly with a pretty amazing group of super bloggers. One of these bloggers has seriously caught my eye. Big Hats, Big Eyes, Bubbly Personality and Killer Style is the only way I can introduce you to Dulceida, Post after post I found myself obsessing over her shoes, coats, and sunglasses and that little quirky "je ne sais quoi" that makes her so lovable. Enjoy some of her best style moments below!
 
For more visit: www.Dulceida.com

xx,
YM

2.18.2014

Travel Diaries: Noah Purifoy Outdoor Art Museum

Noah Purifoy Foundation
Tucked in a remote dirt road near Joshua Tree is an outdoor art museum like no other. I had heard of this place, but nothing prepared me for the eerie feeling I got once I arrived at the premises. Noah Purifoy spent 15 years creating around 100 sculptures from what some of us would consider as "trash". The marvelous thing, is that although at times insanely quirky, this outdoor art museum is quite beautiful. The contrast of broken down chotskies, sculptures painted in white, and the very vast desert, sand, and cactii is simply marvelous. I was taken aback by a loud boom sound I kept hearing coming from the distance, I could see why some people find this place a little scary, but so worth the adventure.
Noah Purifoy Foundation
Noah Purifoy Foundation
Noah Purifoy Foundation
Noah Purifoy Foundation
"I do not wish to be an artist. I only wish that art enables me to be" -Noah Purifoy, 1963

If you want to learn more about the Noah Purifoy Foundation click here.

P.S. Special thanks to the Boyfriend, for taking pics, and planning the most amazing valentines weekend in the desert!

xx,
YM