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Last week I visited my hometown of Los Angeles! I went for a friend’s wedding reception and it was my first time back since I moved away a year and half ago. Oh the memories!

My travel uniform: ALL BLACK

Sweatshirt: Adidas Originals (Men’s), Black Leggings: Gap, Shoes: Nike, Big Handbag: Tory Burch

LAXIMG_9129First stop after the airport, Santa Monica Beach!


Sunglasses: Nordstrom BP, Choker: Forever 21, Necklace: Rebecca Minkoff, Purse: Zara, Top: Cotton On, Shorts: Express, Gladiator Sandals: Target

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Had to stop at one of my favorite little cafes in LA, Urth Caffe. Their food tastes so fresh, healthy, and flavorful. I always get their Green Tea Boba Blended drink. So hard to find anywhere else!

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At the Huntington Library and Museum in Pasadena!

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My favorites were the Japanese and Chinese gardens!


This view tho.


Visited my old employer in their new digs! God, I love high-rises. I miss downtown LA!

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I missed my girl, Eunice! She was my ride or die bae at work!


Rocking my new uniform. Aka the “don’t mess with me” look.

Top: Adidas Originals, Pants: Adidas, Shoes: Nike


Sporty Spice meets DTLA.


Partied with friends at Exchange LA, one of the top EDM only clubs in LA!


You know I love my lasers.


I could NOT leave LA without getting In N Out. I mean, I grew up with this place! The best fast food EVER.


Last stop, Malibu!

Top: H&M, Pants: Volcom


Building my dream house. NBD.

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Until next time, LA!


A Higher Standard

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Second time at this place and I already feel like I’m a regular. The Standard hotel in downtown LA is my new favorite after work spot! There are so many nooks and crannies in this place, it never gets boring. There are ping pong tables, pool tables, countless bars, water bed cabanas, plenty of seating areas, heating lamps, a rooftop pool, and of course the amazing views of downtown LA’s financial district. It’s about as close to that New York flavor as I can get in this city.