Beach House

(Vintage blazer, 5 Preview “Naive” tee, Hudson Jeans, Ferragamo flats, BR satchel)

On the warmest day of the week, I took a drive down to Newport beach. It was nice getting out of LA for a bit. The congested freeways and horrific parking really get me sometimes. I love how in the OC the freeways are newly spread open and everything just seems slower, calmer. When I got to the beach, it was surprisingly quiet. Not something I’m used to. Where are the people down there?! Only a few beach bums dared jump into the chilly ocean with their bikinis on. So crazy to even THINK of wearing bikinis in March. Welp, being one that hates getting tan, I trotted around in a cheeky tee by awesome Swedish tee shirt maker 5 Preview . Yes, Evian can ironically be spelled as Naive har har! Pretty much wore my most low-key outfit. I love days wandering about doing absolutely nothing under a blistering sun in just a tee shirt and jeans. I felt totally lazy and sleepy. Great way to clear the mind!

166 Responses to Beach House

  1. Andrés Corella says:

    It sure seemed a great day for wandering around at the beach..those days are great just sitting there and enjoying the view and the calmness and walking around…your outfit is cool I like the tee

    The Black Label

  2. Absolutely Mrs. K says:

    Simple and chique, what more do you want. I always love it when a jeans fits perfectly. The t-shirt looks very simple but I love the combination with the blazer. It makes it a little bit more elegeant. The color combination is perfect, the blue and the brown. Oh and those adorable Ferragamo, they never go out of style.

  3. Helen says:

    Love this outfit! I can’t believe I’ve never realised before that Evian backwards is naive – you really do learn something new everyday eh? hehe. And wow the scenery is beautiful I’d love to go to the OC, I’m very jealous x

  4. Kimbirdy says:

    that sounds perfect! i haven’t been to the beach in newport yet, just venice and santa monica. i love having an afternoon to just roam around and enjoy the sunshine, but a place that’s slower and calmer sounds much better!


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