Last weekend, I was invited to the Coachella festival for the first time. I will talk about my Coachella experience very soon on the blog, but meanwhile, here’s the look I picked for the first day of the festival!
Some looks are shot just for the blog (yes, I swear): holiday styles, outfits where we are freezing in a little dress in December, looks where we feature new pieces we receive from brands. And there are the every day outfits. Those are not the most “wow”, but at least they are real. This one for instance, with a long coat, a white knit sweater and jeans. Basic, right? Well, guess what, that’s how I dress almost every day…sometimes with sneakers instead of the boots to be entirely true…but hey, comfy can be trendy sometimes, right?
PS: did you notice my new travel coffee mug, THE must-have of all Californian girls? I am becoming so L.A.!
After 3 shooting sessions, I finally publish this holiday outfit…it only took 3 different locations, 3 different times of the day and maybe 500 pictures to finally pick 8 of them. If you guys have seen the hilarious Instagram Husbands video which went viral last week, you can imagine what JP experienced for this shooting.
OK, more than just a look, this post is overall a pretext to show you that Jules made his first steps last week! Which we captured in front of the famous pink Paul Smith wall on Melrose Avenue. I am a very proud Mama!
Once upon a time, there was a place in California, where Saint Laurent, Marni, Jimmy Choo and dozens of designers had outlets. A little paradise called the Desert Hills Premium Outlets, on the 10 highway, right before Palm Springs.
If you’re into the blogger sphere, you must know these super famous LA based fashion blogs: Peace Love Shea, Fashion Toast and Sincerely Jules… Well, we’re not talking about them today.
Those girls embody the LA style like the world imagines it: boho, sexy or ultra-feminine, but LA-fashion is not only about showing legs under mini denim shorts, wearing sky-high heels and lace crop tops (no, it’s not Coachella every day).
New bloggers are now bringing a more urban and edgy style, with an eye on how to dress in the city of Angels.
When the little black dress meets the current trends…we can’t resist!
1. A long and transparent tunique dress from Bellerose
2. A leather dress from Les Petites
3. A 60’s Baby Doll from Mango
4. A tuxedo dress from The Kooples
5. A crewneck dress from Margaux Lonnberg
6. A fringed seventies dress from Maje
Going back to California means changing wardrobe for me, because here is one of the only places where you can dress in Winter like they show you in the magazines (and which always makes me laugh when I am in Paris): no tights, no socks, just a leather jacket as a coat…without getting a pneumonia.
I spotted this long printed dress in the new collection of Maje, which looked ideal for the LA Winter (rarely below 15°C). I loved its boho-chic design, and it’s the right mix of distressed style and elegance that you need in the city of Angels.