Venice, LA

LA seems to be doing its best to make me love it. Venice Beach has this verifiable allure from tall skinny palms stretched as far as they could up into a bright blue sky, sun-baked boardwalk, two-and-a-half miles of showboating roller bladders, beach bunnies and bros, street performers skating and soothsayers. It’s been literally overwhelming. For today’s post I rocked my camo shorts paired with black polo shirt with white strip by H&M.

Venice is a beach front neighborhood on the west side of Los Angeles, California, the neighborhood, which was initially called Venice of America, was designed according to the canal secured the city of Venice, Italy.

When the city (turned neighborhood) of Venice, California was born it attracted a large number of guests weekly who were astounded not only by the beach but also by the extensive man-made canal system. Thousands of people still flock the neighborhood daily for a range of activities that goes on which includes, strolling, through the canals, checking of art scenes, hanging out at the beach, and shopping on Abbot Kinney Boulevard.

One thing that captivates me about Venice is its non-stereotyped nature, you go over a blend of characters each day, and the best piece of it is with all the diversities you discover that people still coincide in this little creative town, which adds that enchanting impact to the area.

I sure did have a wonderful time exploring Venice beach; I wish I could have stayed longer. I cannot wait to go back and explore more of the pop culture, have a nice coffee and take more beach pictures.