It took me a second to get on board with the sock boot trend. I couldn’t found a pair that fit me quite right but these Tony Bianco ones fit me great. They’re tight (which is key) but not so tight that you can see every single lump and bump on my feet.
I like the contrast of the silky feminine skirt paired with an oversized worn in punk rock t.shirt. This t.shirt is a vintage find and I originally got it for my husband… I’ve let him wear it a few times but I just love it too much to let him have full ownership!
‘Misfits’ T.shirt: Vintage. Skirt: Reformation. Boots: Tony Bianao. Earrings Jennifer Fisher.
As a woman who’s style developed in the late 90’s & early 00’s this is a go to girl’s night look for me. A great pair of jeans, some heels and then…. a ‘Going Out’ top. Some say the ‘Going Out’ top is back, I say it never left. Long live the ‘Going Out’ top!
I balanced the sexiness of this particular ‘Going Out’ top with my favorite jeans. I found these at the bottom of a pile of denim in a vintage market here in LA a few years ago. They were way too big for me but the wash was perfect and they were so soft and worn in that I couldn’t resist. I eventually had them tailored (twice!) and I’m so glad I took a chance on them. I often end up buying vintage pieces that don’t fit quite right but have a certain something I’m attracted to… a good tailor can fix almost anything.
Jeans: Vintage Levis (similar here), Shoes: Gucci. Top: Reformation. Earrings: Migonne Gavigan. Floating Diamond Necklace: Shylee Rose.
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.