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.
Soon enough, America will be celebrating its 241st birthday, and might I say, does she look good. Since the Fourth of July holiday (unfortunately) falls on a Tuesday this year, most of us will probably be celebrating the weekend before, which is THIS WEEKEND believe it or not.
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you might remember my post last summer (the first-ever post on Sartorially OC!) about the season’s pineapple trend. Well, to no one’s surprise, the ‘food as fashion’ trend is back this year, but with a twist. Citrus has been taking over the style scene with lemons (thank you, Beyoncé) owning the spotlight as the summer’s fruit of choice.
An all-American classic, gingham is making its way into our wardrobes once again for the spring/summer seasons. It was widely apparent on the runways last fall that this trend was going to be major, so to no surprise, basically everyone’s been sporting it.