As part of my Valentine's Day gift, B took me to the Getty Villa - a gorgeous museum set into the hills on the PHC. Looking out over the ocean, the Getty Villa features exhibits from Roman and Greek history; but the true beauty is the museum itself. With herb gardens, koi ponds, and fountains at every corner, it is more than just a museum. Honestly, this is the perfect date spot! If you ever find yourself in the area, I would definitely check it out - you do need tickets (they are free online) but parking is only $15!
Giving an old piece new life is one of the best ways to add character to your closet. For me, "grandpa sweaters" are definitely my fashion guilty pleasure - talk about Breakfast Club vibes. Paired with your favorite jeans and closed toe heels, this look is fool proof. (& comfy)
All The Details:
Top: St. Croix
Shoes: Karen Scott
Bracelets: Tiffany & Co. and Divinity LA
In honor of making it halfway through the week, I wanted to share this super easy look with you all! I am in love with this hat (Brixton) that I found on sale in the men's department of Urban Outfitters, along with their Urban Renewal button down. I love the tie-dye/distressed feel of this top - it definitely helps soften the look. (And of course I couldn't leave out the gold-studded, leather bag)
All The Details:
Bottom: 7 For All Mankind
Shoes: Nine West
Button-Up: Urban Renewal (Urban Outfitters)
Bag: Under One Sky
Hat: Brixton (Urban Outfitters)
Happy Valentine's Day lovelies! With B being stationed in 29 Palms, I won't be spending Valentine's Day with him, but that's not stopping me from eating a whole box of chocolates and waiting for the weekend to catch Fifty Shades Darker - wishing you the best V-Day!
Lately my mind has been in a whirlwind, and sometimes it's hard to get a grasp on everything that is going on. Hiking is my one outlet where I get to completely clear my mind and refresh. Solstice Canyon has been my go-to trail since I first moved to California, and continues to be my favorite adventure spot. Here's a glimpse of B and I's latest expedition!
"KARMA" Charm Choker, Tribal Woven Bracelet/Anklet & Gold Feather Ring - The Karma Jungle
The Crisis Classroom is a charity focused on providing education and resources to refugees; it is also the featured charity of The Karma Jungle (from now until March 2017). This inspirational (and trendy) jewelry company uses their "charity line" as a way to connect their customers to some of the most beneficial charities. (All profits from this line are donated!) With strong bohemian inspiration and beautiful morals, The Karma Jungle is definitely a brand I look forward to keeping around my jewelry box!
Learn More & Shop The Karma Jungle:
I've recently been putting extra time into creating new features for the blog, but I HAD to take a moment to share my latest and greatest accessory finds with you all. My first love is this luggage-inspired, jeweled purse (ALDO). It is so unique and actually offers a lot of space. I also wanted to share these oxford inspired shoes (Shellys London). With a timeless silhouette, the Emmas are definitely an effortless statement piece!. (Out of all of my shoes, I get stopped the most for these cuties)
Hope ya'll have a great Monday!
All The Details:
Top: American Rag
Bottoms: American Eagle
Shoes: Shellys London
Bracelet: Tiffany & Co.