Stylist and blogger extraordinaire, Kiara Schwartz of blog Tobruck Ave always looks effortlessly femmine with hints of boho and beachy styles. I love the floral print of her dress and THAT bag is to die for, I would have never though of paring the print of the dress with a bright blazer, but Kiara pulls it off well and inspires me to try it out for myself. Who says you can’t wear bright colors in the fall?
I’ve known Kiara for a little bit now and she always looks amazing with a smile on her face. Right now, Kiara is a finalist in the CUSP by Neiman Marcus “Blogger on the Cusp” contest! Click here to vote for Kiara and help her win the contest.
Dress: MinkPink || Blazer: Lucy Paris || Handbag: Givenchy (That she WON!)
I was at an event in Santa Monica covering an event for Style Wax Poetic when off in the distance I see an eye-catching striped blazer. Meet Chanelle Laurence, blogger for The Penelope Times and model for Penelope’s Vintage. Penelope’s Vintage is an … Continue reading →
Meet AnnaMarie Emery, marketing, PR consultant and active blogger on Neon.Love., where she blogs about her design obsessions. My eyes were instantly drawn to her black leather military boots paired with an elephant necklace. A great combination of accessories that are edgy and feminine, a combo I adore seeing on girls in LA.
Living in Hollywood and working a fast pace career, Emery’s look is great for a casual day at the office and perfect for dinner or coffee with a friend when her day starts to wind down. Here distressed denim give her outfit the edge and her blazer pulls her look together to give the polished PR look. Her look is classic, dark, but minimal, “I like straight lines and dark colors with splashes of neon, you won’t see me in flares or frills.”
Love this necklace! She got is a forever 21, a great example of finding cute accessories on a budget.
Meet Marta Goldschmied, fashion designer for MmeGold clothing line. Goldschied caught my eye while waiting in line at the Mr. Brainwash exhibit. At first, it was here red patterned Jeffery Campbells that caught my eye in the sea of people … Continue reading →