Super Bloom

We’re wild for these whimsical and wonderful trends sprouting up around town.

We’re wild for these whimsical and wonderful
trends sprouting up around town.

Nordstrom at Del Amo Fashion Center
Urban Clothes Horse
Margaret O’Leary
Planet Blue at The Point

Styled by Tanya Monaghan
Photographed by Angela Marklew
Makeup & hair by Veronica Lane

Subtle sensibility will get you everywhere.

Nordstrom at Del Amo Fashion Center

A.L.C. rust dress, $395; Nordstrom gold bangles, $28

21500 Hawthorne Boulevard in Torrance
310-542-9440, nordstrom.com, delamofashioncenter.com
Social Media: @nordstromdelamo


Embrace the light
and go bright.

Urban Clothes Horse

Free People mini dress, $148; Urban Headwear Malibu Sunset fedora, $39; Leatherock fringe pochette, $168; PennyLane leather necklace, $39; Sevya turtleback brass copper ring, $39;
M. Drake silver beach braid ring, $85

1901 S. Catalina Avenue in Redondo Beach
424-247-8948, urbanclotheshorse.com
Facebook & Instagram: @UrbanClothesHorse; Twitter & Pinterest: @UClothesHorse


Be versatile, chic and stylish at any age.

Margaret O’Leary

Baton pendant necklace by VLM, $178; Parallel ring by VLM Jewelry, $98; Arizona by Birkenstock, $135; Bias dress by Margaret O’Leary, $215;
Tie front cardigan by Margaret O’Leary, $190

1012½ Manhattan Avenue
310-363-8830, margaretoleary.com
Social Media: @margaretoleary


California on the beach, on the street and everywhere in between.

Planet Blue at The Point

Nightcap Samba Gown, $297
Chan Luu bone ring, $118

840 S. Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite B102 in El Segundo
310-616-3380, shopplanetblue.com, thepointsb.com
Social Media: @shopplanetblue

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