New Beauty Trends to Try This Spring!

When it comes to seasonal trends, I usually put more effort into updating my closet than I do with my beauty routine. This year I did some research and looked for new beauty trends, which lead me to discover so many unique looks I can‘t wait to try. I started with makeup inspiration and fell in love with colorful eyeliner, dewy skin, bronzed cheeks, and rose gold eye makeup. Next up was looking for new hair trends. My go-to style consists of stepping out of the shower, applying leave in conditioner and serum, and then letting my hair air dry. This creates effortless beachy waves,Read More →

Interesting stories 3-25-19

Start your week off right with these interesting, inspirational, and funny news stories. (3.25.19) 1. This collection of photos shows the gritty and glamorous New York City during the 1970s. 2. Monique Lhuillier and Pottery Barn’s 2019 collection! It’s perfect for throwing a chic spring garden party. 3. An interesting read—the haunting of Harry Warren at the Chateau Marmont. PS: There’s a playlist of classics to go along with it! 4. If you have back pain (like me) these yoga poses will help you get through the day. 5. Spring cleaning—a list of products that will help revive your home. 6. Various tips on throwing anRead More →

My Guide to LA, Part 2- The Malibu Pier

I originally intended on writing an article about my favorite spots in LA. As I started typing, I realized there was just so much to include that it needed to be separated into two parts. In part 1 I talked about my favorite places to shop, sip, and sleep. Following up with that, these are my recommendations on where to dine, sightsee, workout, and get pampered. Whether you‘re a local or a tourist, hopefully, this guide will help you discover something new in the City of Angels. The Stinking Rose (Beverly Hills): This Italian eatery is me and Billy’s favorite date night restaurant. Everything onRead More →

My Guide to LA - The Santa Monica Pier

Since moving to Los Angeles almost 8 years ago, I’ve lived on the West Side (Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, and Malibu,) Central L.A. (K-Town), and now I live in Downtown Los Angeles. Living in all these vastly different neighborhoods has allowed me the opportunity to explore their hidden gems. I thought long and hard about what my favorite spots are, and to be honest, they change quite frequently. But that’s the fascinating thing about this city. There’s constantly a new bar popping up or a new store to explore and they’ll quickly become a favorite until a new place is discovered. I created a listRead More →

20 Instagram Jewelry Accounts to Follow

One of my favorite things to do is search Instagram for new and upcoming styles and trends. Whether I’m standing in line at the grocery store, or waiting for a meeting to begin—I’ll explore hashtags and scroll through my favorite designers and influencers accounts. Lately I’ve been focusing on revising my jewelry collection. I started by glancing at my go-to jewelry designers feeds and in the process discovered a bunch of new ones. From minimalistic, to street style, to bold and funky, these are my 20 favorite Instagram jewelry accounts to follow right now. PS: Scroll down—A Girl in LA is hosting a Tarina TarantinoRead More →

Spring in Los Angeles at Rose and Blanc Tearoom

It feels like Los Angeles has been stuck in an endless winter. Weeks on end of rain and frigid temperatures has all us Angelino’s bracing for the springtime. As we get ready to wave goodbye to our fur jackets and knee highs, we start planning what we will do after all this time spent in hibernation. Resuming our typical outdoor activities is a given, but LA is a city that always has something new and innovative going on. Read ahead for suggestions on how to maximize your spring plans this year! Melrose Trading Post The Melrose Trading Post is a vintage lover’s dream. Every SundayRead More →