How I Wear – Parisian Style At The Red Car River Park

Red Car River Park

This month, I thought I would take you on my journey as I explore my style options for SS15… While mooching around Los Angeles. You see, going to California in January was a great way to test drive my Spring-Summer wardrobe. I am still not totally sure what my vibe is for the warmer months, but I feel that I am slowly getting there. I give you a clue: it is pretty similar to what my vibe has been for the past few years… 
While I don’t love living out of a suitcase when I travel, I do enjoy what it does to my wardrobe. Being somewhere with only a limited selection of clothes teaches me a lot about the items I actually wear and the ones I bought just because “I like them“. I am trying hard not to buy anything that I just like these days. It is tricky sometimes as I must admit to being very greedy for clothes. Despite a constant desire to streamline my wardrobe and live with the bare minimum (basically the things I do wear daily), I am most definitely a hoarder of clothes, both because of this here blog and because well… I enjoy the thrill of a new garment and am constantly searching for the ideal this or the perfect that.
As you will see in the next few weeks, my style is actually quite formulaic and has been for years. Keeping a blog has allowed me to explore it and evolve it, but I always come back to my roots!

Red Car River Park

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Red Car River Park
Red Car River Park

Red Car River Park

About the location
Red Car River Park
Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039, United States
In 1929, the Pacific Electric Railway constructed a line next to the Hyperion Bridge that would have Red Cars cross the Los Angeles River and down Glendale Boulevard. Up until 1959 the Red Cars would routinely cross the Los Angeles River next to the Hyperion Bridge. The line was shut down in 1959 in favor of Freeways. Today the concrete walls that held up the Red Car tracks still stand although the tracks have since been dismantled. (source wikipedia)

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