Making A Statement

Alice and Olivia floral skirt

Alice and Olivia floral skirt

Alice and Olivia Floral Skirt

Alice and Olivia Floral Skirt

Alice and Olivia Floral Skirt

Manhattan Beach Sunset

Alice and Olivia Floral Skirt

Manhattan Beach Sunset

Alice and Olivia Floral Skirt

Happy Monday! I hope you had a wonderful and relaxing weekend. I spent mine doing the usual dinner date, shopping, yoga, making breakfast, doing chores around the house, etc. This weekend of course the thought of 9/11 was heavy in my heart and put into perspective my grumblings about the excessive heat and how hard it is to style Fall clothes. I know… tragic, blogger problems, right? When you are a blogger deciding what to wear can feel like a huge obstacle… but that all changed last night when I was sorting through my emails and came across a petition in my inbox to help protect a group of 17-23 year old Christian students in Sudan who were arrested for “indecent dress” consisting of pants or skirts. My options to express myself through fashion and inspire others is a freedom I realize I have often taken for granted. You can read more about these girls at Amnesty International here.

On a sillier note, did you notice the guy photo bombing me on the pier in the photo above? I guess everyone wants their 15 minutes so of course I had to include him in my post :).
Alice and Olivia skirt (similar here and here). House of Harlow 1960 top (similar here) and locket (in silver here, also love this one here). Ett Twa for Anthropologie denim jacket (similar here). Camilla Skovgaard pumps (similar here). Sophie Hulme bag (similar here). Samantha Wills bangle (similar here). Oliver Peoples glasses.
Photos by Mo Summers.
Thank you so much for reading!
xoxo,
Lisa


4 Responses to Making A Statement

  1. Eni says:

    Hi dear and thank you very much for your friendship on IFB. I’m very happy!!! I like very much your ootd, especially your beautiful skirt and your amazing bag. I was really struck by this news of Sudan. Now I shared on my socials. Thanks for sharing. Have a nice day, kisses,
    Eni

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    • lisa@hollywoodfoodchain.com says:

      Hi Eni,

      Glad to be friends on IFB! Yes, it is such a horrible situation in Sudan! Thanks for sharing it on your socials… it’s so important to get the word out.

      xo,
      Lisa

  2. Christina says:

    Ok, the photobomb guy is pretty darn funny, but he still doesn’t detract from your amazing shoes!

    xoxo, Christina (Copy Her Style)

    • lisa@hollywoodfoodchain.com says:

      Thank you, Christina! That guy cracked me up when I saw the photos! Always an adventure of some sort on my blog shoots.

      xo,
      Lisa