LACMA never gets boring. Save for the tar pits (where they did find interesting mammoth fossils), the giant stone called Levitated Mass and the crazy variety of food trucks outside, the inside is also full of wonders: Picasso, Cezanne, Matisse, Lichtenstein, Hockney and a whole lot more of utter greatness. You can just sit there for hours. So when the night falls, you get to see Chris Burden’s Urban Light aka 202 lit antique street lamps.
It’s a sight for sore eyes.
As for me, I am wearing a great flea market find, this see through kimono with embroidered sleeves (similar here), gray denim shorts, white tank top, combat boots, Celine sunglasses, Samudra pouch
So, what I’ve unwillingly learned today is that in order to become pink (and who doesn’t want that???), like these tall, lean, beeeeautiful birds, the pink flamingos, one should eat algae and crustaceans. The first I already eat (AND drink, don’t even ask) and there’s actually almost nothing I wouldn’t ingest if I were to become pink (all shades acceptable).
Apart from the mandatory (I assume) pink chocolate, it’s prawns and carrots for me from now on. I’ll keep you posted on my progress.
Flamingo watching and photos by Constantinos Caravatellis
Wearing H&M flamingo sweater, Asos striped shorts, Celine sunglasses (similar here), Aldo pumps (similar here), Essie nail polish in First Timer, Necklaces (a nice alternative here and here)
Any garment that reacts to wind, I love, and this asymmetrical, loose, floral shirt is no exception. Ultra comfy and practically for every occasion ( with tights jeans and heels for drinks, khaki pants and ballerinas for work or a girly skirt and wedges for morning strolls), it’s almost a wardrobe staple.
Try wearing something similar on top of a bathing suit for unique beach style.
Wearing Benetton Shirt, H&M Skirt, Zara Heels, Vintage bag, Celine Sunglasses