As style-obsessed women, we all know that a good pair of shoes can instantly transform your look. But we also know that as good as the shoes may look, it’s just as much about how they feel. The key is finding a pair that is both cute and comfortable, which I’ve FINALLY found at Aureus.
Even though it may be a little cliché, Melrose is one of my favorite places in Los Angeles. The street is lined with the cutest cafés, one-of-a-kind vintage shops and world-renowned designer boutiques—not to mention some of the city’s most Instagrammable landmarks. Below, I’ve created the ultimate guide featuring the top 5 must-have photos that’ll take your feed to the next level.
My closet, and probably most of yours, is a pretty equal mix of classic pieces and current trends. Though I do like to invest in quality basics and fast-fashion pieces, sometimes I just want something that’s a little bit of both—timeless yet totally of the moment. That’s where Chloe Oliver comes in.
Until fairly recently, ‘feminist’ wasn’t a word I would have used to describe myself. I always associated it with being an extremist or activist, protesting every weekend against this organization or that corporation. Of course, being a feminist does involve some of that, but in today’s world (and in my opinion), it means simply standing up for our basic human rights as women, whether that be freedom of choice or equal pay in the workplace.
Customization has been a big trend this season, with names, quotes and even Instagram handles being stamped across jackets, bags and the like. I’m a sucker for anything personalized, growing up in the South where pretty much everything is monogrammed.
Even though I was born and raised on the East Coast in Orlando (407 represent!), I’ve always been a West Coast girl at heart. There’s just something about the California lifestyle that intrigued me from a young age—the endless summer days, palm trees everywhere, rock coastlines—not to mention the style and trends that come with it.