“On Friday night we were invited to the opening of “The Urban Legends” art exhibit in downtown LA. The neon Bianca dress seemed like a perfect thing to wear to an exhibit of muralism, graffiti art, photography and sculpture. Graffiti and neon - I don’t know why but they go together in my mind like PB&J.  I originally planned to wear the dress with a denim jacket and Vans, but once I saw this pink Jackie O number at Zara I decided to up the ante. I paired it with my favorite Dolce Vita Boots, a Botkier clutch and a big lucite Alexis Bittar cuff. The party was great. After 1.5 Moonshine Whiskey drinks (yes, that’s a new brand of clear whiskey) and some parking lot shooting/lurking I was ready for late night Thai from our favorite spot - Hoy-KA in Thai town.”

“On Saturday I paired the Dawn snap jumper with a chambray shirt and strappy sandals for a casual beach look. I’ve had these sandals forever and I wear them nonstop during the Summer. Here’s a similar pair from Free People that go well with all of Rachel’s clothes. I also had on my Ray Ban sunnies, Casio watch and some bracelets from Alexis Bittar and Candy Shop Vintage. While I was in Venice I picked up a few friendship bracelets, a bottle of wine from Elvino for an Italian-themed dinner party we were hosting that evening, and a very yummy smelling Pacifica Jasmine soap. I’m a sucker for bath products. I toted all my goodies home in a straw bag that I got at the Rose Bowl Flea market a few months back for 20 bucks:)”

“Coffee break! My days would probably sound a little schizo to anyone who has a traditional 9-5 job. I’ll be working on the blog/styling in the morning then be running to an audition in the afternoon and going to a blog event or improv show at night. Coffee helps! For a quick pick me up on the way to Improv rehearsal this week I wore Rachel’s Dawn dandelion banded leggings with a top from Alternative ApparelElizabeth and James boots, and since it was blustery my Madewell Trench. In classic L.A. fashion the weather turned bright and sunny less than two hours later. Hence, how an L.A. girl’s car tends to look like an extension of her closet.”