Happy Monday everyone! There were finally blue skies in Los Angeles over the weekend. We dined al fresco Friday night at my sister’s to kick off the weekend. The rest of the weekend was spent enjoying the outdoors, watching Social Dilemma, took my first Dance Church Class (SO FUN!), and read more about RBG a true hero who paved the way for women.
There’s currently a resurgence of the ever so classic stripe sweater circling the streets along with my instagram feed. My high low stripe sweater edit below.
The Fonda Sweater Kule, $198. Runs big I got the xsmall.
For those of you who were asking about the calzones I posted on my IG story. I used my pizza dough recipe and followed all the same instructions (except I cut the dough into smaller pieces). Please reach out if you have any other questions.
The brand La Ligne is inspired by stripes in all forms, the collection reflects the belief that “the best things in fashion are universal, timeless and classic, but never off limits for reinvention.” I personally can never get enough stripes in my wardrobe. I love the classic, chic, french feel of a navy and white stripe top. I recreated the above outfit below.
The color block sweater has been a big trend this winter with many high low versions. The first to make a splash was the Ganni Juilliard Sweater and now we seeing versions from Acne, Madewell, Veronica Beard, La Ligne X Reformation, and & Other Stories.