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Brunch in Beverly Hills

Fashion, Lifestyle, Petite Style, Style, TravelCrystal Jackson
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I’m acclimating a little more every day in Los Angeles. If you had asked me last year where I’d be living this year you would NOT have hear LA come out of my mouth. However, I guess I was meant to land in the city of angels for the next period of my life and truthfully I’m not complaining. There have been a few adjustments like the fact that people don’t look you in the eye when you walk down the street nor say “Howdy” to a passerby. There’s also a lack of public restrooms and streets with over four lanes. However, you can’t really beat the weather, sunsets or variety here. After living in Houston for the past 11 years the transition to Los Angeles has been a welcomed change from the intense heat of Texas.

So let’s talk brunch now. Since arriving in LA we’ve sought to get to know different neighborhoods. Last weekend we headed to Beverly Hills to window shop, people watch and of course, brunch. We stopped at The Farm of Beverly Hills which is right smack dab in the center of every amazing shop! You can park in a garage across the street and be to the restaurant in no time. It was complete with a farm to table menu, fantastic coffee and a quaint patio with some of my favorite flooring: hexagonal tile. The aesthetic is humble and modern with relaxed vibes.

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I decided that afternoon to wear a mustard and cream linen polka dot dress with sweet suede ankle booties and my leather chain strap crossbody that’s been on major repeat for the past two months. The bag just seems to go with everything and I can’t seem to stop myself from letting it wind it’s way into most outfits. Anyhow, pick up one here that’s similar since I don’t think this one is still in stock. Linen is one of my favorite fabrics and I have zero intention of letting it go any time soon. Instead I’m wearing many of my summer dresses with Fall shoes and accessories this season.

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