Spring Fling

Hair & Makeup by Leslie Rodriquez
Mimi and Michael courtesy of Wilhelmina Models

Special thank you to the Bates Family and cowboy

 

Kite and Butterfly lace cape, $380. Free People in Manhattan Beach. Ruffle tube top, $50.  Manhattan Denim  in Manhattan Beach. Lace shorts, $39.  Katwalk in Manhattan Beach. Brass feather necklace, $198.  Allison   in Manhattan Beach. Turquoise necklace, $160. Gum Tree in Hermosa Beach.

   
 

On him: 
Jacob Holston cardigan, $265. Fred Segal SM.
Plaid shirt, $140. Manhattan Denim in Manhattan Beach.

On her: 
C&C California blue plaid shirt, $118. Dolly Rocker in Manhattan Beach.
Carven skirt, $585. Elyse Walker in Pacific Palisades.Vintage head scarf, stylist’s own.

   
 

Crochet knit sweater, $28. All Yoo in Manhattan Beach.

   
 

On her: 
Lace yellow dress, $58. All Yoo in Manhattan Beach. Silver necklace, $630. Elleni Couture in Manhattan Beach. Vintage turquoise necklace, stylist’s own. Silver & green stone ring, $69. Gum Tree in Hermosa Beach. Freebird boots, $276. Beehive in Manhattan Beach.

 
 

On him:
JC Rags striped henley, $85, and Biltmore Dark Vintage Wash Jean, $90. Deep Pocket Jean Co. in Hermosa Beach.
Will belt, $100. Wright’s in Manhattan Beach.

 

On her:
Riller & Fount rust dress, $185. The Beehive in Manhattan Beach. Motif 56 belt (used as necklace), $99. Cami in Manhattan Beach. Enshalla fringe bag, $224. Wright’s. Silver bracelets, $18. Katwalk in Manhattan Beach.

   
 

Isabel Marant Etoile floral jumper, $795. Wright’s in Manhattan Beach. OVI sweater, $68. All Yoo in Manhattan Beach. Hunter rubber boots, $125. Nordstrom at South Bay Galleria.

   
 

Floppy hat, $76. Blvd. in Manhattan Beach; Jean jacket, stylist’s own.

   
 

Humanoid white dress, $178. Wright’s in Manhattan Beach. White slip tunic, $50. Beehive in Manhattan Beach. Turquoise ring, $345. Billy’s in Tarzana. Silver and green stone ring, $69. Gum Tree in Hermosa Beach.

 

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