Arts District

All photos credited to Ounsakulseree.
Top+Bottom: ZaraBag: Kate SpadeShoes: Gift from friendSunglasses: Karen Walker
Spring is here~~~

LA's weather is wishy washy again! Therefore, I wore my cozy navy blue sweater and paired it with painted-like floral shorts, so that the outfit suits the winter/spring weather. Thrown in a fuchsia purse that totally gives a pop to the outfit. My shoes were given to me as a birthday gift and to my delight, they are outrageously comfortable! Thank you!

D a i l y   D o s e   C a f e !
Finally arrived at a cafe I've been eyeing for awhile! A few of my favorite fashion bloggers have visited here and I wanted to give it a try. On the way there, my first thought was "Where would you find a cafe around here?" I passed warehouses and factories and barely saw anybody walking around the area. I found the cafe was located in an alleyway and I was surprised about the amount of customers who came to eat today (struggled finding a seat around three in the afternoon). I assumed Daily Dose was one of those hole-in-the-wall places. 

I ordered The Mona Lisa. It was an egg omelette with mushroom inside with side salad and piece of baguette bread smeared with apple sauce. It was delicious and light. However, I recommend The Ace if you want something more savory, breakfast-like. I was terribly hungry when the food arrived; I was salivating and biting my fork, waiting and eyeing my friend who stopped me to take a picture. Give me my food already! >:O

Artists & Fleas
Feeling full after dining at Daily Dose, I took a walk around the Arts District. What a surprise it was! I stumbled upon an art/flea market. There, I witnessed the most hipster thing ever, someone dragged a wagon with a real live pig in it. It was very adorable! (internal squeal, seriously.) 

The market had an eclectic variety of vendors, ranging from books to succulent lovers and hat designers to jewelry designers. Each unique and tasteful in their designs. Unfortunately, I didn't have much time to get the names of the all vendors. If anyone recognizes the vendors, please contact me. Here's some pictures from the market.

that face doe.
I said my goodbyes and I made my way to another area some minutes away from where we were before and baaam! I heard the lyrics to "White Christmas" outside. I ventured into a place was called Guerilla Atelier. This suave store had an equally suave owner who greeted me and my friends. This place consisted of just pure art, featuring clothing from designer Chris Gelinas. His style was like something out of a painting.  To our amusement, in the back of the store, there was an art gallery: The Cojones by Artist Knowledge Bennett. It had Obama, Abraham Lincoln, Kanye, P. Diddy, Andy Warhol, and other famous people all dress in suits. 

The day ended at Urth Cafe, where I ordered Earl Grey Boba. Tasty! Overall, I would definitely make the trip again! 

Cheers, J