Cornflower Blue Wrap Dress

Heavier wrap dresses are perfect for that month at the beginning of fall where the weather is not quite sure what it wants to be – I am very often that girl who has forgotten to bring a jacket because it was warm when I stepped out in the morning. The material on this dress keeps me warm while the uneven hemline (the way it ties makes it is much longer at the back) gives the fabric great movement, and…

Geometry Class In Statement One-Pieces | Palm Springs Edit

Summer is not quite officially over in SoCal, but the leaves are starting to change (you know, on those rare trees that aren’t palm trees… 😛 ) and colder weather is on the way. That doesn’t necessarily mean we won’t see our favorite swim pieces until next summer though! And it also happens to be the beginning of spring in the Southern Hemisphere… I’m not a huge fan of geometry class, but when it comes to one-piece swimsuits, I love…

Pink On Pink | Palm Springs Edit

I was never a girly girl growing up – I think there was a time where I had only one dress in my entire wardrobe, which I would vehemently refuse to wear in favor of board shorts and a T-shirt. I don’t know where it came from, that resolute aversion to being seen as a girly girl, but a lot has changed, and somewhere along the way I found an appreciation for lace, pink and ultra-feminine cuts and shades. Some…

Mirage | Palm Springs Travel Diary

The other week, I spent a balmy Sunday out at Palm Springs. Palm Springs is a super convenient two hour drive from Los Angeles, while serving up a completely different laid-back desert vibe, and it was strategically chosen so that I would be able to make it to any unexpected acting auditions (read on to hear how that one back-fired 😉 ). There is a long-running joke within the acting community that if you are experiencing a slow season with…