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If you mixed Rumi Neely with Erin Wasson, and added a heavy dose of down-to-earth California cool, what would you get? "A cowgirl in a kimono." That's how Jill Wallace, founder of the artsy fashion blog, Little Black Boots, describes her off-the-cuff sexy, boho-chic style.
Clicking through our newfound crush's blog feels like an exclusive pass into L.A.'s hidden locales that only the elite urbanites would know about. From shooting an eclectic mix of kimonos, cutout maxis, and a limitless supply of Aztec jewelry against the backdrop of graffiti murals to finding the purported best sticky rice on the east side of the 110 freeway, Little Black Boots serves as an Angeleno's hunting grounds for truly one-of-a-kind inspo we die for.
So, we took a walk through the city in Wallace's
little black boots shoes to find out her style muses, favorite local taco shop, and where she got those damn cute boots.