RODEO DRIVE CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE JOURNAL

rodeo page What I Wore:
Shirt: Express (buy one, get one $29.90, limited time!)
Shorts: Express (buy one, get one $19.9o, limited time!)
Sneakers: Converse
Bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target (similar styles here and here)

If you’re as much of a car enthusiast as me, and if you live within driving distance of Beverly Hills, CA, you’ll definitely want to mark your calendars for the Rodeo Drive Concours D’Elegance event, which happens every year on Father’s Day! This was my first year attending, and I have to say, after this trip, I am for sure returning again for the subsequent years; the experience was entirely too rewarding! Because this year marked the centennial of the city of Beverly Hills, “100 Years of Horsepower” was fittingly chosen as the theme, and the Maserati was featured as the “Honored Marque.” From the horse-drawn Wells Fargo carriage (talk about genuine horsepower) to the modern day Maserati GranTurismo MC, the event showcased museum-quality beautiful cars curated from the past century, and it certainly felt like I was transported to into history while I strolled and ogled at the monstrous-sized but breathtakingly alluring vintage vehicles. In addition, cars owned by celebrity residents such as Howard Hughes and Jean Harlow and featured in films such as “Entourage” and “An American in Paris” were brought in to be showcased. A beautiful day with beautiful cars… Who knew admiring the heritage of horsepower could be such a fabulous way to spend some quality time with family on Father’s Day? See here for more information on the Rodeo Drive Concour D’Elegance 2014! 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 20140615_151223

Photos by Herman

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