Even though it’s only February here in California, it’s basically spring, and has been for quite a while. We didn’t really get a taste of winter this year, and I’m certainly not complaining. Though, with the absence of the usual cold(ish) weather, I found the need to update my spring/summer wardrobe far sooner than anticipated. And that starts with swimwear.
Exquisite fashion, endless champagne, amazing photo ops—that pretty much sums up the coveted event that is the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic. Ever since I first heard about it a few years back, it’s been on my bucket list. So this year, I decided to gather up some of my favorite blogger babes @somethinginspiredblog, @mylifesemily and @lucismorsels and head for the Will Rogers State Park to see if it really lived up to all the hype. Spoiler alert: it did.
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.
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.
Summer is in full swing, which means your social calendar is probably packed with plans—I know mine is. But between the parties, weddings, vacations and other events, it’s easy to get a little carried away when it comes to spending. So I’ve put together a little guide guaranteed to keep the fun going, featuring 10 free and cheap things to do in Orange County this summer.