T-shirts are a great staple. You can dress them up with heels or under a blazer, dress them down or look cute and work out in them.
As summer is on the horizon (or least it feels like it) and May showers are on their way out the door, we must prepare for the beach, vacation and travel. I for one am in the market for purchasing that special fella in my life a new pair of swim trunks.
Lifetime Collective produces some pretty handsome boardshorts. After checking out their collection here are my favorites (below).
*BONUS: Each pair has a unique print, is under $100 and may be the perfect catalyst to get your man nice and tan this summer?
SHOP at –>http://www.lifetimecollective.com/
“Esber’s creations embody a modernised take on feminine dressing through the marriage of textile and cut; continuously working alongside specialists with a concise vision to create unique fabrics and shapes, which have become Esber’s signature.” (MBFW-Australia)
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I LOVE Summer sales!!! If you want to purchase some new frocks then check out the flyer and stop but for some deals.
Location: 1953 1/2 Hillhurst Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027
Store Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-7pm & Sunday-Monday 12-5pm
The weather was especially supportive in my efforts to take a trip to the beach. A group of us (& Mandy) went to Venice Beach in hopes of relaxation, entertainment and excitement (Well…it is Venice). We had no idea we would run into Beth Clay who was previously a very popular florist who resided in Nashville, TN working with some of country music’s biggest stars. She use to carefully and creatively craft floral arrangements for weddings and special occasions. Beth is now a transplant here in Los Angeles, where she produces jewelry and sells them at the Venice Beach strip.
Beth creates unique ring creations using wire, bottle caps, guitar picks and more. Her creations have quickly started a buzz and are now sold in Texas. The ability to twist and alter the wire is what makes her rings so unique and inspirational. Perhaps, her extensive experience in floral arrangements provided her with the natural creative insight to produce fashionable jewelry that attracts an array of customers.
More pictures and remainder of post at Examiner.
I woke up bright and early for a coffee date [I really love them]. The weather once again has been pretty tricky so I went for comfort in my ensemble. Today I felt like reflecting a business casual look. It was a potential business opportunity and I knew a suit and tie wouldn’t cut it. I think this look worked for the occasion.
Vintage jewelry from my Grammie
Charles Albert ebony leather studded brogues
Silence + Noise Navy cropped blazer
Red MAC Amplified Heartless lipstick
Sandy Wheat colored cap sleeved blouse by noble u