What I Wore | Sunday Brunch

POSING AGAINST AN AWESOME GRAFFITI WALL WEARING Silence + Noise tank top | Anthropologie skirt | Juicy Couture wedges | Rebecca Minkoff purse | Madewell sunglasses
The great thing about living in a big city is that even after four years there are still so many places left to be explored. Downtown Los Angeles alone is growing and changing each and every day, and every time I travel to a new restaurant or bar or lounge, I am struck by how exciting and beautiful this city is.

One of my friends has an unfortunate summer birthday, meaning none of us were around to celebrate the big 21 with her, so we did a belated birthday party at The Must, a trendy DTLA spot with a delicious brunch menu and a great twist on the usual bottomless mimosa (instead of OJ, they mix their champagne with raspberry or mango sorbet). After toasting to senior year and eating our weight in eggs benedict, we ventured outside for an impromptu photo shoot against a gorgeous graffiti wall of rainbow hearts and a portrait of Audrey Hepburn by Free Humanity, a local graffiti artist. Naturally, I had to snap an #OotD post!

Turns out we hit up the area at the perfect time. Only yesterday, the mural was still being repainted due to another rude graffiti artist tagging the wall right over poor Audrey's face. Rude. So we literally were taking pics with a freshly repainted wall. The artist was so stoked to see us admiring his work that we even ended up on the Free Humanity Instagram!

It's really cool to be able to explore the city, find great food and great art in places you wouldn't expect, all the while rocking a fabulous outfit.

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