Playing: Lying is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Off Her Clothes-Panic! at the Disco
Reading: The Asylum by Simon Doonan (Very entertaining! This book is definitely a strong reason why Simon Doonan is one of my favorite people in the fashion industry.)
Poketo, which was very quaint. I have driven through the Art District multiple times, but never bothered to look around. If you take the time to actually walk up and down the streets, there are many indie and creative stores to explore.
Guerilla Atelier, which had a lot of nice clothing with everything from simple sheath dresses to well done harem pants. It also had an eclectic collection of steak knives, candles, and books to accompany all of the clothing. Everything in there seemed well made and each of the classic designs had a clever twist. It's definitely worth going to if you want a unique (but still easy to pull off) kind of dress.
Kinokuniya, but unfortunately, they weren't selling any. I love how Japanese magazines always come with freebies. It makes it so tempting to buy the magazine just for the cute item that comes with it. I saw Karlie Kloss' editorial for Vogue Japan on tumblr and she did an amazing job like she always does.
Cherry on Top, but the drinks were fine. Overall, it was a very pleasant day and I'm glad I stopped off to explore the Art District with Sophie. A part of me really wants to go to Los Angeles for college because I love it there so much, but another part of me says that I should go farther from home. I guess it all depends on which universities accept me (and which universities reject me).