Beetle House LA




Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice!

Lately pop-up bars have been sprouting up all over LA and I couldn’t be happier about it. It makes the usual bar crawl so much more exciting! Growing up, Tim Burton movies were always among my favorites. Edward Scissorhands and Big Fish were movies I could always turn to for a huge dose of the feels. Beetlejuice and The Nightmare Before Christmas gave you that spooky glimpse into fantasy and you kept coming back for more. His Batman’s are the best as far as I am concerned – I loved that Tim Burton wacky kind  of evil. So When I heard that there was a Tim Burton themed bar called Beetle House in Hollywood, I had to check it out!

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You are greeted with this cryptic entrance and then walk into a dark staircase with this awesome “Come as you are…” neon sign at the end. As you walk up to the bar, It is covered in Tim Burton themed art work that has been submitted by artists from all over Los Angeles. There were some really cool pieces all over the bar!



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The bar was one of the coolest locations in the place. Not only did it look totally awesome, but they had AMAZING themed cocktails. One we ordered was this fish bowl sized glass that had this light blue, slightly sweet cocktail inside (At this point in the night there was no way I was going to remember the ingredients…). They add dry ice and the drink instantly started smoking – So cool! I am such a sucker for a cocktail with a gimmic like that. If everything I mentioned above hasn’t made you want to get Hollywood right away, then let me tell you that they have a full length mirror wall as you leave. Nothing makes me happier in the morning then going through a million terrible photos of drunk me trying to take a selfie…



Outfit Details:

Top – Shein (Similar here)

Jeans – Madewell

Sunnies – Sonix

Flats – Chinese Laundry

Clutch – Sam Edelmen (In love with this!)









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An L.A. Romance

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Growing up I always loved to read. Scott S. Fitzgerald, John Steinbeck, Emily Dickinson, and Tennessee Williams were among the few of the more romantic authors that I could read again and again. I love the way each sentence just melts off of the page with each beautiful word, leaving you wanting more. People don’t really talk the way they do in these novels, people don’t do the big romantic gestures like they do. That always made these books very special to me – And now I am still a sucker for a beautifully strung sentence.

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When it comes to shopping, Romantic details are something I always gravitate towards. Whenever I wear pieces like these, for the rest of the day I play my encounters back inside my head as if I were in one of those novels. This top has the most beautiful off-the-shoulder sleeves. The rousing of the sleeves gives the fabric more volume and creates a dreamy silhouette. The top is made from this gorgeous lilac satin and is super comfortable and light. Paired with some light wash jeans to keep the look light and poetic. I added a simple chain necklace and my favorite Alex & Ani bangles to finish it off.

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Outfit Details:

Top – Ricci (Similar here)

Pants – Citizen of Humanity

Heels – Mod Cloth (These are to die for!)

Necklace – Bauble Bar (Similar here)

Bangles – Alex and Ani


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What are some of your favorite styling details?



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Monat Hair Products

** This is a collaboration with Kelli Aurand. The thoughts and opinions are entirely my own**

My Hair:

My name is Ramsey and I am a hair dye-aholic. I dye my hair way too often and my hair is especially parched on account of it. Split ends and breakage are huge hair concerns that I have mostly always had. When I was younger I had super thick hair. Over the last couple of years I have seen my hair become a lot thinner. Because of how much thinner it is, my hair gets greasy super really quickly which forces me to wash it way too regularly. My hair is ridiculously long right now, especially for me. Because of the weight of my hair, I find it extremely had to keep any kind of volume – curls and styling eventually end up just hanging limp.


About the Products:

Monat states that their products contain naturally derived, sustainable ingredients. They claim the key to the hair loss prevention is “Capixyl™, powered with Red Clover Extract, a gentle emollient that reduces scalp inflammation, strengthens and thickens hair, and hydrates the scalp to stimulate natural, noticeable hair growth.” (Quote from Monet publicity materials).

The Monat Volume Shampoo and Conditioner does not contain:

  • Phthalates
  • PEG
  • Sulfates
  • Parabens
  • Harsh salt systems
  • Harmful colors
  • Harmful fragrances

My Experience:


Revive Shampoo and Revitalize Conditioner –  

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I told you above about how my hair has gotten thinner over the last coupe of years. Well  I have really noticed that my hair had more lift and body to it after using this for just one week. My hair feels incredibly soft and has a beautiful shine to it. I am usually a product abuser and use way too much per wash. With this product I was told only to use a small amount and really work the product in my hands before applying it to my hair. A pea sized dollop on my palm really did go a long way.


Rejuveniqe Oil-

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This made my hair so incredibly soft that I could not keep my hands out of my hair! If you have used argon oil and loved the results but hated the build up, then this is the hair oil for you.  The active ingredient is Abyssinian oil which is a natural seed oil that is super light and non-greasy. I mixed this with everything – I put it in with the shampoo, used it as a mask while I slept, and after reading about how it conditions hair while you apply color, mixed it in with my hair when I dyed my hair this week.


Blow Out Cream – 

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I had absolutely no frizz after blow drying my hair with the cream. Usually I have all these strands that  just frizz out and stick out the sides of my head – Not this time. My hair was super silky and soft. I noticed that it was easier for me to style and manage my hair. I’ve never used a blow out cream before, but I am a firm believer in them now.


Pros & Cons:


  • Smells AMAZING!!!
  • small amount of product goes a long way.
  • Does not contain: Phthalates, PEG, DEA/MEA, Sulfates, Parabens, Harsh salt systems, Harmful colors, Harmful fragrances


  •  Pretty expensive
  • If you skip a day between shampooing and conditioning the hair isn’t as soft or shiny.


All in all I really loved the way these products made my hair look and feel. The price is the largest hurdle when it come to these products. They are pretty expensive as far as hair care products go. I like how far the product went – I was able to use a small amount per wash and get the full result of the product. This will make your money go father in the long run. I also liked that it is made of all natural ingredients. I did wish that the results lasted a little at least a day or two longer.  Kelli Aurand was kind enough to gift me these products and can take your orders if you would like to try any of their lines out. You can contact Kelli on Instagram here or directly from her Monat page here.

Have you tried these products before? What did you think?

Until next time my wild pretty things ❤


Take Me Out to The Ball Game








I absolutely love going to sport events! I am by no means a sports kinda girl, but there is something about being at a game that makes it s exciting. Sports T.V. I find to be  ridiculously boring, but when your in the seats watching a game from the side line it just pulls you in. Chanting ‘Charge!’ and doing the wave are crucial components to the full game experience. Up until this day, my usual experience was from high up in the stands, but today we were watching the game from one of the BMW box suites.





It was pretty much the coolest way to see a game there is. The suite was fully stocked with beers, soda, and tons and tons of food. There was a Dodger dog station where you could top unlimited amounts of Dodger hot dogs with a variety of different toppings. They had chicken wings, a salad bar, and a bunch of other snacks. Later into the game a dessert cart came by the suite and it was loaded with huge cakes and other tempting sweets.



One of the really cool parts about the suite was all of the baseball artifacts they have displayed all around the hall where the suites are located. Unfortunately, we caught the Dodgers in a bit of a losing streak and this game wasn’t any different. They lost by like 8 points which is always disappointing, but we still had such a good time.





Outfit Details:


Top – Zara (Similar here)

Pants – Articles of Society

Shoes – Steve Madden

Purse – Rebecca Minkoff (Love this color!!)

Sunnies – Sonix 

Necklace – Sashi


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Until next time my wild pretty things.