As we begin to put away our sundresses and crop tops, I can't help but reflect on the amazing trip Terrance and I enjoyed just a few weeks back. Above are a few photos we captured in Beverly Hills. Upon first glance, it may seem like a street filled with high-end fashion boutique stores, but Rodeo Drive is absolutely beautiful and even more so when you see the lavish shopping district in person. I definitely had a "Pretty Woman" moment while we strolled down Rodeo Drive, but for the first time, I was more intrigued by the architecture than the shopping.
Ever since I watched No Strings Attached, I've been dreaming of visiting the Urban Light installation outside of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The installation consists of 202 restored cast-iron street lamps from the 1920s and 1930s, which at one point lit up the streets of Southern California. The historic lamp posts are beautiful during the day because you can very clearly see the patterns and designs that are etched into each one. I'm sure that it is even more magical at night, but we sadly didn't have enough time to go back.