City of Angels & Superstars

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City of Angels

Los Angeles certainly is peculiar. City of Angels and Superstars, this is a place like no other.

 

Everywhere and anywhere you go in LA, you’ll need a car, and as a result, you won’t be able to see many people in the streets. But there is always a silver lining in every cloud: as people and cars spread out, LA becomes your own set and you are star at this movie.

As one of the few people that walks in this city, beware you can get fined for jaywalking, that is, crossing the street when there’s no crossing or red lights are on. CRA-ZY.

Each area has a different vibe, and pretty much every ethnicity has its own neighbourhood: Koreatown, Little Tokyo, Little Armenia,… you name it.

Hollywood is a touristy place, probably comparable to Leicester Sq and Picadilly in London, and you’d only go there for a specific reason, or when somebody is visiting. Having said that, it would be sad to miss it. People watching here is super fan, and you get to see the walk of fame while at it.

Hollywood has a decadent feel to it, in my opinion. Many stories have happened here and nothing has changed for a long time because of it. It feels Hollywood is doomed to live off the golden times, and we all love it because of it, of course.

TCB xx

Photography by Simply Adri

WHAT I WORE:

Vintage GUESS shirt
ZARA Red Skirt
Leather Sandals (oldie)
Handmade Strawbag
GIGI x Vogue Eyewear cat eye sunglassess

A Walk To Remember

Man, did I forget how great the states are. It is the first time back in Boston since I left Bentley 6 years ago but as I landed at Logan Airport and drove to the city I just felt right at home.

I thought coming back would be difficult. Most if my friends from uni are spread over the world and I would have a different feeling being there. Nevertheless, it's been awesome. Lots of shopping at Newbury street and strolls around the common and Chinatown. Not to forget the not-so-hidden street library near Macy's. Such a must!

Work has been treating us well and we had a fantastic getaway in the city AND a short trip to the Cape, which is always so great.

I didn't remember how XXXXXL portions are in the US and as a declared foodie I tried to finish every yummy meal I had. It just meant by the end of it I got a bit of indigestion. OOPS! Totally worth it, though. In fact, if you are in downtown Boston I suggest you go to Yvonne's. Such an amazing venue and the food is to die for.

One my trip to the Cape we stayed at Chatham Bars Inn. And let me tell you, there's not a better place than that! As it is still low season we had pretty much the whole condo to ourselves (and it is ginormous), which also includes a private pool club with a heated swimming pool. WINNING!

Not to mention the amount of fresh seafood on offer...DE-LIGHT-FUL.

Ah, how I missed you. It's going to be hard to go back.

TCB x

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MOSTLY WEARING:

Topshop Mom Jeans
Topshop Black Joni Jeans
ZARA Gold Sandals
Taylor Morris ZERO sunglasses
Marc Jacobs Mirrored Hearts Bag (old)