How To Style a Jeans Jacket

Monday, February 8, 2021

what to wear to the office

Hey Fashionistas,  

I am a summer child through and through, and my least favorite seasons are fall and winter. The only thing I like about colder temperatures is the possibility to layer up. Speaking of layering, my favorite piece during fall is a jeans jacket. A Jeans jacket is the perfect cover-up to transition from warmer to colder days. I prefer an oversized cut because it looks more effortless, plus it allows you to layer clothes more easily. But how to style a jeans jacket without looking too basic?

Day Trip Lake Arrowhead

Wednesday, February 3, 2021

snow lake arrowhead

It's a snow day


Hi Fashionistas,


On Sunday, we decided to take a spontaneous trip to Lake Arrowhead since I was in desperate need of a scenery change. Since it had rained so much, the mountains were covered in snow. That sounds like fun! While I emphasize my dislike of snow, I don't mind spending a few hours in a winter wonderland. Lake Arrowhead is about a 1 ½ hour drive from Los Angeles, so perfect for a day trip.

How to style a corduroy jacket

Monday, January 25, 2021

natural color outfit


Point Vicente Lighthouse


Hey Fashionistas,


Did you know there is a picturesque lighthouse in Ranchos Palos Verdes called Point Vicente Lighthouse? The perfect place to visit on a Sunday afternoon. You can’t actually go inside the lighthouse but the area around is pretty. The lighthouse is located on a cliff overlooking the ocean. 
On a clear day, you can Catalina Island and the Channel Islands. There is a hiking trail following along the coastline.

Visiting Miami

Monday, January 18, 2021

art district miami


Visiting Miami


Hi Fashionistas,


A few months ago, we visited Miami, and we checked out the Cuban district and the arts district. While I expected more from the so-called Cuban district, it was still fun to see some parts of Miami that are not the beach. I still prefer the arts district in Los Angeles because the graffiti looks better (sorry, but not sorry) and the restaurants located in LA’s art district. If you decide to visit either the Cuban district or the arts district, consider getting dropped off and picked up. The parking situation is ridiculous. Most of the time, you are stuck in one-way streets and meter parking.