Comfort is what I seek in every expression of my personal style whether it's in fashion, home decor or beauty. To me, feeling comfortable allows me to be myself, and being authentically me is my aim. 

LILLA|P is a brand that is exudes comfort, simplicity and style, and, therefore, is a brand this is true to my style. Every piece of clothing on their site is well-made. Their collections are all about building on a foundation of quality basics, and then adding your own twist from there. 

These chambray pants had my name written all over them. I love that they are cropped because, well, everything is cropped on my legs. I don't have to worry about the length being just right. They have a drawstring for comfort, but the flat front has a zipper and structure so that you avoid the bagging waist appearance. 

Some days I wear these pants with a basic white t-shirt and other days I pair it was a breezy trapeze top like this similar one from Nordstrom Rack. I've worn cork wedges with these pants, but I typically opt for flat sandals like my trusty metallic ones with an ankle wrap (similar ones here).  If you're looking for quality basics that are comfortable and well-made look no further than LILLA P.

Photos by Rennai Hoefer; This post contains affiliate links. Product was given as compensation for this post.

Red Rocks


_LU_8413blog_LU_8338sblog Working with new talents is always a great way to challenge yourself creatively. Rus Anson, a photographer from Spain, reached out to me to do a test shoot last week. I immediately said yes because her work is incredible, but I also wanted to work with someone I didn't know. Phoenix has a fairly small creative circle, which I love, but I've noticed that I've started to get into a bit of a creative rut. With all my energy focused on content creation for social platforms I had forgotten what it was like to create for a high-fashion editorial.


I was so inspired working with Rus, Jessica Fierro and Alexandra Smith. The professionalism and excellence was off the charts. It really made me want to go back to creating high fashion content.


Rus asked for some location recommendations. I suggested Papago Park since it's terrain that she doesn't get to see that often. We also chose a spring story since it's relevant to publishers right now. The pastel palette was magic with the mountain.


I can't wait to do this all over again.

Untitled-1s (1)blogPhotography: Rus Anson

Styling: Alex Evjen MUAH: Jessica Fierro Model: Alexandra Smith, The Agency AZ