Los Angeles, the city of dreams!
I was born and raised in Los Angeles – or in other words, I was MADE in LA! LA has shaped me into the person I am today and I will forever love this place. I am blessed to be able to live in one of the world’s most populated cities that is well-known for Hollywood, Downtown LA skyscrapers, and beautiful attractions. There is always so much to see and do in Los Angeles! I have lived here my whole life, yet I feel there is still so much I have not seen. I discover new places every day.
If you have seen the movie LA LA Land, you probably have seen some of LA’s most beautiful spots which include Griffith Park, Long Beach, Pasadena, and Universal Studios backlot. The beauty here is endless because we have the beach, nature, and skyscrapers all within 20 miles away from each other. Los Angeles is very diverse and I am glad because it is so nice to be surrounded by people of different cultures, ideologies, races, and religions. We have the best fashionable bloggers and stylists as well as a mix of creative, smart, & hardworking people. Most of all, I am so lucky to attend UCLA which is at the heart of Beverly Hills, Bel Air, and other well-known cities in Los Angeles.
I always get a lot of messages from friends and family members as to what hidden gem spots they should check out because they know I am always discovering new places here! Hence, I am inspired to start an LA series this Spring Break to show you all my favorite places in my hometown.
This wall is only ONE of many more amazing of LA’s “instagrammable” walls.
Address to “Made in LA Wall”: Cisco Home, 8025 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles
I wore an olive green knotted hem top with some fitted black jeans when I went to the “Made in LA” wall. I wanted to somehow blend in with the grey tones of the wall while still having the Los Angeles vibe to my outfit. I wore heels and a watch with this look to make it look a bit more fancy. My shades added an extra touch of glam as well that I personally think shows the fashion style sense of Los Angeles. If you ever visit this wall, I recommend wearing black pants, with grey or olive tones, maybe a leather jacket, sneaker or heels, and of course sunnies to stay cool in the LA sun. You can shop my look below!
If you have not visited LA before, you are missing out! Stay tuned on my blog for more cool places! xoxo
Photographer: Devyani Rana
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