I’ve officially entered a new stage of quarantine fashion–the ‘all dresses everything’ (and overgrown eyebrows) phase. I’ve been living in romantic maxi dresses over the past few weeks because they’re SO much comfier than pants in this 100 degree heat!  I also love that they instantly make me feel more put together while Zooming away all day every day from my home office. Rounding up a few of my favorite romantic dresses of the moment–all at different price points. 


floral dress and cat eye sunglasses

Sharing an outfit post from this past weekend where I was wearing a floral dress and my favorite cat eye sunnies of the moment.  I’m loving this dress because even though it has a floral pattern, its dark color is still great for winter.  I’ve been adding a lot of flowy dresses like this one to my wardrobe recently because they’ll be perfect transition pieces for spring. I had the best weekend with Naiya and the fam.  Phil and I took her to her first swim class and watching her in the water was the cutest thing.


I’ve been on the east coast for the past week shooting a series for work. I haven’t had the opportunity to film in Manhattan since before I moved out to Los Angeles ten years ago and it’s been such an amazing experience to be back. There’s something about New York that has always made me come alive in a very different way than Los Angeles. The two cities are really apples and oranges even though the entertainment industry exists in both and of course one of the major differences is weather!


Excited to finally see the sun in Los Angeles after what seems like weeks straight of rain! It’s been such a great winter for our crazy drought but selfishly, I’ve been missing our usual beautiful California weather. Hopefully it will be a much greener spring and summer! To celebrate the 70-something degree breeze today, I wore this comfy floral dress (similar here) (here) and (here). I was initially drawn to its bright color and cute little ruffles and it’s quickly become one of my favorite pieces to throw on in a pinch.