On an October night out with my best friend Sarah since we were both 5 years old, in the city of Angels.
Dinner: Pink Taco. Drinks: Chateau Marmont. Polaroid camera: on hand. Memories made: plenty.
Classic Sunset Strip.
I wore my Hudson Jeans black bomber, which literally feels like a down blanket, and is perfect for when the LA sun sets, and suddenly the air turns twenty degrees colder. Paired with skinny jeans and heeled boots, I think the look says both “I don’t try too hard” and “I’m put together”- which is basically what the whole LA vibe is about. Easy, comfortable, but stunning.
When I first moved to Los Angeles a year ago, I blindly moved into a two-bedroom home in Silver Lake.
When I signed the lease, I had no idea where Silver Lake was, what the area was known for, but intuition threw me there- and I fell in love. Silver Lake is a one of the hippest areas in Los Angeles, filled with hipster coffee shops, killer vintage boutiques, houses on hills with million-dollar views of the city, vegan restaurants, and some of the best dressed residents ever, all of whom look like rockstars. It’s an oasis for young adults. I re-visit probably every other day, simply because it is energetically such an incredible place to be and get inspired- and I’ve partnered with Lucky Brand to give you guys the inside scoop on Silver Lake.
I threw on my new Lucky Brand overalls, a white blouse + and my favorite black hat and grabbed my girl Kristina for a long walk along the Sunset Junction.
Must visit Restaurant in Silver Lake: Sage for amazing vegan food, Sqirl for breakfast, Guisados for Mexican, Moon Juice for blue juice and stellar tonics.
Must visit shops: Furst Time Around for re-done vintage pieces & generally all stores on Sunset are incredible.
Must visit sight-seeing: The Bates Motel (palm trees painted white), Echo Park for a picnic or paddle boating, Café Stella for dinner and people watching, Silver Lake stairs.
Thank you to Lucky Brand for partnering with me on this post.