You Need These Sandals In Your Life

Have you ever heard of Fibi & Clo?

Maybe not. I hadn’t until recently, when I stumbled on them via Pinterest. I’m obsessed now. Obsessed. These sandals are simply gorgeous and timeless. We’re talking about beautiful details that take a normal sandal and twist it up.

Perfect for warmer weather (which is thankfully around the corner)!

The line comes in eight styles, and each pair of sandals can go easily from workwear to a night on the town. My favorite is the classic “She Said Yes” sandal in beige–I already have a pair on the way and I’m dreaming up places to wear them.

Like what you see? Make sure you shop with me! 

Fred Segal: LA’s Most Quintessential Boutique

Fashion is fickle. Everyone knows it. One day, a brand is so hot it flies off store shelves. The next day, no one touches it.

Boutiques are like that, too, and the ones that pop up around LA are no exception. I’ve been to the City of Angeles dozens of times (it’s one of my favorite American cities), and some of the best boutiques one year can’t be found the next.

But Fred Segal is always there. Always. And, to my delight, it doesn’t change. For years, this store has offered SoCal’s most fashionable unique and curated clothing, accessories, and housewares. The brands inside the store change, but the overall feel doesn’t. There’s just something about Fred Segal.

And that’s why I recommend a stop there to anyone visiting Los Angeles. It’s a great place to kill an hour or two, and it’s easy to get lost in the racks discovering all that the store has to offer.

I mean it. Other spots are “in” one day and “out” the next. Fred Segal does what it does better than anyone else. The Melrose location is LA at her finest. Don’t miss it. Besides, where else might you get the chance to talk Cameron Diaz out of a truly heinous Angora sweater?

 

Kyle Richards’s Boutique Spices Up Palm Beach

Palm Beach is known for its fabulous shopping. It’s a cornerstone of any trip to the island, and there’s hardly anything a person desires that they won’t find here. And last year, Kyle Richards of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fame, opened up a Palm Beach arm of her celebrated boutique, Kyle by Alene Too.

I had a chance to visit it for the first time this week.

Located on Royal Poinciana Way, the store is well-positioned to capitalize on the Palm Beach crowd, as well as daily visitors from West Palm Beach and beyond. I found the store delightful, and the selection a reflection of Kyle’s own colorful and trendy style. Many of the clothes work well in Palm Beach, but could easily fit in Beverly Hills, too. I saw a sweatshirt I simply had to have, and I’ve got my eye on a few other items. The boutique also maintains a selection of purses, small gift items, and accessories.

In other words, there is something in the store for everyone.

So what’s the verdict? I’ll be back. For sure.