Parisian Florist

This is the florist that Joe DiMaggio used to send flowers to Marilyn Monroe’s grave site for 20 years. Isn’t that one of the most poignant and romantic things you’ve ever heard?! This florist is a Hollywood institution.

Little dresses in classic vintage silhouettes are my summer staple. They work so well with sneakers, sandals, espadrilles… basically everything.

Dress: Reformation. Sandals: Gianvito Rossi. Bag: Cult Gaia.

Pink Suit

I blame Gucci for this. Ever since I fell in love with those pink sandals, pink has crept it’s way into my closet more and more… and now here I am in head to toe pink! My only consolation is that Vogue have called this shade ‘millennial pink’ and that makes me feel less nauseous than the term ‘baby pink’.

In retrospect I wish I bought the trousers one size up. These are quite fitted and I think they’d look better worn a bit slouchy. Keep that in mind if you find yourself purchasing this suit.

Trousers & Jacket: Topshop. Shoes: Saint Laurent. T.Shirt: Bliss and Mischief. Sunglasses: Saint Laurent.

Patent & Gucci

This skirt has been in my closet and on this blog for years. I think it’s really stood the test of time because of the quality. It’s from Topshop’s ’boutique’ range and it’s made from patent leather. Whenever I’ve bought pieces in pvc or vinyl they never seem to last and wear as well. Patent/pvc/vinyl pieces were really in vougue when I got this skirt and I remember being a little scandalized at the price point because it was from Tophop. I almost bought a cheaper alternative but changed my mind because, well it looked cheaper! It’s not always the case but sometimes I think it’s worth spending a little extra on quality in order to get longevity from an item.

Instagram followers will know I wear this Gucci t.shirt on the regular. But can you blame me? I’m trying to make it cost per wear effective!

Skirt: Topshop. T.Shirt: Gucci. Boots: Louis Vuitton. Earrings: Jennifer Fisher.