Get Your Kicks at the Hollywood Riviera...
Driving around Los Angeles, you can find the most unique places with amazing history, especially in Hollywood. The Hollywood Riviera townhouse complex is one of those unique places, with its corrally-peach colored exterior, slanted rooftops, and palm trees a plenty. The midcentury complex was built in 1954 by Edward Fickett, an influencial architect of his time, with an oddly-shaped heptagonal pool as its centerpiece. Despite the cold, rainy LA weather, this place makes it feel like you're on vacation somewhere tropical and sunny.
Today, I'm wearing my favorite Loco Lindo blouse, which I fell for the minute I saw it. During a photoshoot for the brand, another model shot in this top with its matching wide leg trousers and I just had to have it. It is technically a lounge wear piece, inspired by the luxurious lounge wear of the 1930s and '40s, and while it is extremely comfortable, it is also quite versatile. When paired with a t-strap pump and sparkly jewels, the top and matching pants are perfect for a night out with girlfriends. Each piece can also be worn seperately (obviously, as I did here), giving you the most bang for your buck! I tied the blouse at the waist and paired it with a white pencil skirt and some Calvin Klein t-straps for an ultra femme look.