Thursday, April 24, 2014

South Beach.

Hi there. Sea L.A. here. So here is another look I want to share with you from my Miami trip. I've been super busy so I haven't been able to post it, but here it is. This was shot right in the nick of time, before the sun light disappeared completely, and I'm delighted with how well the color was captured. 

This skirt from Zara has these incredible embellishments, and I almost didn't get a close up, but I just had to share the amazing details so I used a little flash action. Together with it, I wore a lose tank to keep the beachy vibe, and a body chain to spice things up. 

Being in Miami really reminded me that living along the coast is such a privilege, and the beach should not be taken for granted. There is something uniquely therapeutic about playing in the waves, and sand all day. This summer I'm going to hit the beach more than ever. Hope to see you guys in a shore near you. Cheers!

Skirt: Zara (in store) (this one is hot and so is this one)
Tank: Brandy Melville (similar here)
Sandals: Aldo (these are cute)
Body chain: Forever 21 (check this one out)

*For those of you who are curious about my hair color, it was done by the beautifully talented Kathy Cortez. You can contact her at Instagram account @kat_kaboom, or Facebook @ Kathy Cortez for an inquiry. 

Tuesday, April 15, 2014


For those of you who follow me on social media know that I am in gorgeous Miami, and have been seeing pics of my vacation. One of the many places I visited was the Wynwood Art walk, and I was seriously impressed with how much rad art there was wall after wall. For this day trip I dressed up in playful patterns and colors. After all it is Miami..

This top had some major beadage, and crochet action so it was a must have for me. It's one of those tops that you can really have fun mixing and matching with either pants, skirts, shorts, whatever! It automatically turns up the volume on any outfit. I turned it up a little more with leopard print shorts. 

For those of you who were were wondering which purse made the cut from a previous IG post, here is the winning purse! I chose the lime green because it was so Miami, and a versatile statement purse that just had to come with me.

 I have to give a huge shout out to our special Miami tour guide, my big sister Nadia! She really showed us the culture, and nectar of this incredible city. This trip wouldn't have been the same without her. I'll be posting more MIA ootd's soon, in the meantime follow me on IG at sea_la for more pics. See you guys in LA. Cheers!

Crop Top: Angl
Shorts: Forever 21(similar here and great price!)
Purse: Vince Camuto (this one is a cute look-alike)

Monday, April 7, 2014

Simply Vintage

Hey everyone! Hope you all started your annual closet spring cleaning. If not, its a good time to start. You never know what treasures you might find. While I was cleaning my closet I stumbled upon this forgotten Narciso Rodriguez sand satin skirt. I hadn't worn it in ages! I thought I'd try it on with a few of my newer tops, and voila! I've found my new obsession.

One of my favorite features about this skirt is how versatile it is. It's such a great piece to mix and match with. Also, it has this classic cut that enhances my silhouette, and I don't mind that at all.

I definitely kept all the tones very simple, but they all sure got their chic message through. How would you style this skirt? Leave me a comment with your version. Till next time! Cheers! 

Hat: O'Neill
Crop Top: ANGL
Skirt: Vintage Narciso Rodriguez (This one is HOT, so is this one)
Heels: MIA Shoes
Crossbody Bag: Fossil

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Wild West

Hi there! So this weeks look has got a western feel to it. Totally inspired by all the boho fest fashion going around. This tribal cardigan was what really set off the festival vibe. A white crop top tee and high waisted denim shorts give this look a serious flirtatious makeover.

So in love with these Mia suede boots! I don't think that fringe will ever be outdated, at least I hope not.

All the jewelry you see here is a mixture between new and vintage. Some pieces are second-hand, and I find them to be extra special since they have a history. It's like such pretty pieces must have a beautiful story behind them. 

Till next time guys and dolls. Have an amazing week. Cheers!

Cardigan: Gifted (This one is cute!)
Cropped Tee: Brandy Melville
Shorts: Paper Doll (Similar here)
Jewelry: Similar here, here, here, & here.. phew!