July 17, 2016














IMG_0035Photos: Derren Versoza

If you guys are following me on Snapchat and Instagram, you saw that I was in Palm Springs working on a fun project with Bebe. We got to shoot a few looks with one of my favorite Palm Springs iconic locales, Korakia Pensione serving as the background. I love how perfectly these 2 looks just seem to “fit” the surroundings. Naturally, the desert is super warm and can be a little stifling in July but both tops are not only chic and stylish but kept me cool in the heat. I really love the clever “vent” design on the black top and the slight midriff bare on the white one.

White Top / Black Mesh Top

Thank you Bebe for partnering on this post 

  • Vera Sawicki

    Beautiful top. Love this look.

    Blonde in Cashmere

  • Beautifully styled looks and the location!

  • Simply beautiful . . . Beautiful outfits for a parfait location! 🙂

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  • Love that black top!


  • Sophie

    Love both outfits, really gorgeous 🙂
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  • Rach

    Stunning outfits! I think the all white look is my perfect!

  • This little black top is so pretty! LOVE these looks <3

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  • just stunning!

  • Haha in college, I used to work at Bebe! Anyways, love that first black top you’re wearing, the sheer panels are perfect.


  • Gorgeous photos, love that black top! xx

  • Jennifer Do

    The setting is gorgeous! And so are you!

  • Gorgeous in the desert! xx, Erin –

  • Yana Kasekamp

    Love these photos. You look stunning! 🙂

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  • Amanda Mercado

    Love both looks! Nice styling.

  • Živilė Dap

    Love that black top!


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