the strand

Joie Jemima boot (on major sale) / Gap trench coat / The Row t shirt / Rag & Bone jeans / Aritzia scarf / Maison Scotch hat The weather has finally cooled down here enough to wear a light jacket during the day and a heavier one at night, which is very exciting. Don’t get me wrong, I love nice weather and living by…
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mark d sikes

I’m a big Mark D Sikes fan, and after having just spent a couple of hours poring over his latest book, I’ve become even more obsessed with his work. Mark is an LA based designer with a seriously chic aesthetic; whether he’s doing full blown print, pattern and color like this NYC apartment or keeping a room neutral and calming, the results are equally…
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fall fashion: opulent and decadent

I’m officially excited for fall. It’s a bit hard to get too gung-ho about winter coats and over the knee boots when living by the beach in LA, but after browsing the various September issues (although I actually haven’t even read Vogue’s yet, I better get on it!) I’m ready to put away my swimsuits and sandals and pull out…
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gingham

Gingham pops up in the shops every year around this time, but this season it seems like the pattern is everywhere, and I like it. I mentioned a while back that J.Crew has an entire section dedicated to all things gingham, and I’ve seen it in quite a few editorials and blogs as well. Gingham can tend to veer super preppy…
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a windy day in NYC

maje coat / frame denim / manolo blahnik pumps / equipment shirt These photos are from my trip to NYC last week. It was nice to be in cooler weather for a few days – it meant I could finally wear this coat which I got on the best sale ever a few weeks ago (it’s still on sale but sadly…
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navy dress at gjusta

Joie dress (on major sale!) / Fendi purse / Jimmy Choo flats  Amy and I took these pictures at one of my absolute favorite restaurants in LA, Gjusta. We popped in for lunch a few weeks ago and ended up ordering a ton of things; flatbreads, a sandwich, a croissant, a baguette – and it was hard to stop with…
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