When I pass through Oakland I always find myself unexpectedly in the neighborhood of Lakeside also known as The Gold Coast. The Lakeside Apartments District is one of Oakland’s historic residential neighborhoods between the Downtown district and Lake Merritt.Full 1The district has an outstanding focus of club buildings, historic luxury apartments, and a significant cluster of Deco structures, including the terra cotta Charles Jurgens Co. building, the Elks Hall on Alice Street (now the Malonga Casquelord Arts Center), the Hill Castle Apartments on Jackson Street, and The Hotel Harrison on Harrison Street.

From spectacular architecture to feminine style that exists in the world of fashion, Boho-Chic showcases freedom in fashion while breaking all the accepted rules within the industry. Boho originally is from the etymology of the word goes to the land of Bohemia, having been located on the territory of the present day Czech Republic. If you long to be a bohemian goddess, be sure you know all the rules and style tips on how to wear the boho-chic trend.

It starts first with the complement of a hat. Every Boho-Chic style needs (in my opinion) a well-curated floppy hat, my was custom created by the luxury Millinery designer, Lady Sharma of the United Kingdom. Having worked with Owner and Designer, Leslie Sharma she has created for me several styles which I’ve included in collaborations and magazine editorials. When I wear one of her designs I know a sense of luxury is felt from all angles, providing an image not seen elsewhere.Full 2LS 1OutsideLS 2BackRachel Roy Cold Shoulder Printed Dress, (here & here). Black Fur Felt Floppy Hat c/o Lady Sharma (similar here & here). Accessories from Etsy. Manolo Blahnik. BB Pump. Beauty c/o Belleci Cosmetics.

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