• There goes the sun

    Another all white + culotte combination. Wearing : Culottes  - c/o Elizabeth and James, top - c/o Marciano, shoes - Valentino, bag - Saint Laurent, earring - c/o Wanderlust + ...

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    sunlit dream

    I found the most swoon worthy dress for Coachella. It's easy, breezy and sexy. I'd like to own it in every color and print variation possible. This dress could ...

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    Desert Guide

      It's that time of year again. The time of year that people flock to the desert in droves to soak in the sun, ...

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    color wyld

    Today I'm really excited to announce a new project I've been working on with my talented friend, Bess. For  a while now we've both had a vision of a retreat ...

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This week my friend and Colorwyld partner, Bess, and I went down to the Carlsbad Flower Fields to produce a Field to Vase Dinner Tour with the American Grown Flowers Association and to honor Bess for her work with local farmers.

There is a powerful movement within the floral community pushing to further the idea of field-to-vase flowers.  Not many people realize that although there is an abundance of flower farmers in the U.S. most of our flowers are imported from South America. And our demand for peonies year round is not helping anything. The idea of seasonal, local flowers is no different than the idea behind the farm to table movement. It’s an ideal that may not be attainable or even realistic for everyone but we can all try to be more conscious about the type of flowers we buy and where they come from.

Photos c/o Jodee Debes

For more information check out : Field to Vase Dinner Tour

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One last snap from our time at Coachella. An extra special thank you to Guess for making our trip so magical.

Wearing: Kimono – Spell and the Gypsy Collective, dress – Guess, sandals – Penelope Chilvers, sunglasses – Guess

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This is another one of my Coachella looks. As you can tell, I didn’t dress in the typical “festival fashion” trends. For me, the real message behind Coachella and other festivals like it has always been to embrace being a free spirit by being yourself. I’m a barefoot dancing, flower smelling hippie with or without a maxi dress and a flower crown. The outward trappings of our identity are meaningless unless they are reflected on the inside. You don’t need a fringe vest or a pair of gladiator sandals to enjoy Coachella, you just need an open mind and the desire to discover.

Wearing: Dress – Alice McCall, sandals – Penelope Chilvers, sunglasses – Guess, bag – Saint Laurent 

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Photos from the first day of Coachella. We had another incredible weekend of music , sunshine, and friends. I also refreshed my hair color with the help of my new hair guru, Alexis at Ken Paves Salon.

Wearing: Top – c/o AGAIN, skirt – Zimmerman, sandals – Nicholas Kirkwood, sunglasses – c/o Guess

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This weekend I’m super excited to be heading out to Coachella for music, sunshine, and festival fashion with Guess. Follow along on my Instagram @LateAfternoon and Snapchat @LateAfternoon12

Wearing: Dress – Guess, sunglasses – Guess (black and pink), blue –  Guess

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