Even though I've already said 'adieu to summer', which really doesn't officially end until this Thursday, I couldn't think of a more perfect pair of pants and setting to close out my summer outfits with. I'm not one who follows prescribed fashion rules; I allow my mood/environment to dictate my outfit picks the majority of times, as is the case here (roaming around in Charlie's secret garden) when the hubby made the brilliant decision of foregoing a stay at one of our favorite L.A. hotels, in lieu of The Charlie.
It's a hidden gem of fourteen English Bungalows inconspicuously nestled so perfectly right in the heart of West Hollywood. It's tucked away in a regular neighborhood, so you'd never realize it's there just strolling down the street. Behind beautiful vintage barn wood gates, you are lead into an amazing open paving stones courtyard oasis amidst trees and vines, enchanted by the sound of soothing water fountains and birds. As soon as I drove onto the property and stepped into our little bungalow, I did not want to leave. Since I fantasize of the days of Hollywood's golden ages, I was overjoyed to have had the chance to escape into this exclusive private hideaway where you get a taste of what's it's like to live behind those exclusive gates of the rich and famous.
Lemon Print Crop Pant "The Audrey" (on sale!) | Zara Off-the-Shoulder Top (similar) | Vince Camuto Heels (similar - love this one; a perfect fall color)
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