Laila Jayde's Top August Events in Southern California August 04 2016
The Laila Jayde team picked out our top favorite events happening in the month of August through out Southern California. From daytime events to the night life, and you bet we have some style tips for you ladies on what you can wear.
Saturday August 6
Once a year, the radically feminist and strictly WOC bicycle posse Ovarian Psycos organizes Clitoral Mass, L.A.'s biggest critical mass by and for women, more specifically "woman of color, trans, queer, two-spirited and gender nonconforming folks." The subjects of a recent eponymous documentary, Ovarian Psycos set out to raise social consciousness — of poverty, gentrification and cycling. This year's route is approximately 35 miles with curated pit stops along the way. The Ride begins at Lou Costello Jr. Recreation Center, 3141 E. Olympic Blvd., Boyle Heights; Sat., Aug. 6, 9 a.m. (departure at 11 a.m.); free. facebook.com/events/1789249477978168.
Marbella Muscle Tank High Low Hem with some cute skinny jeans or denim shorts.
Saturday August 13
Urban Badlands Music & Art Festival
We recommend you to dress casual, comfortable and chic. We highly recommend The Marbella Butterfly Keyhole Top & some comfortable denim or loose linen shorts.
Saturday August 13
Cinespia 6th Annual Movies All Night
The 6th Annual Movies All Night celebration at Cinespia is back! Jofavorite 80s sleepover films: ‘Heathers,’ ‘Edward Scissorhands’ at midnight and ‘Cry Baby’ late night. With DJs, a photo booth, special surprises and much more. Bring blankets and pillows, make a nest and watch movies until early morn. Johnny and Winona forever! The party goes until 4am, come early, come late, stay all night!!!
Tuesday August 30
Shakespeare at the bowl
Summer Shakespeare under the stars? In Hollywood that can only mean that it’s time for Shakespeare at the Bowl — two performances only, August 30 and September 1, at the Hollywood Bowl. On these joyous evenings, actors from Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre will perform classic scenes from the playwright’s best works, directed by Iqbal Khan, adapted by the Globe’s music director, Bill Barclay.
August - September 4th 11a.m. - 6:00 p.m. every Wed., Fri., & Sat
Revolution in the Making: Abstract Sculpture by Women, 1947–2016
Want to take your family or friend out for an education experience? Stop by Hauser Wirth & Schimmel gallery to check out abstract sculpture created by women. The work is thrilling to see. In the first gallery, quirky totems by iconic sculptor Louise Bourgeois stand on a pedestal in front of gritty, sooty assemblages Lee Bontecou made in the 1950s and 1960s. In a back gallery, Polish artist Magdalena Abakanowicz’s ratty Wheel with Rope from 1973 winds snakelike from one gallery into another.
Ladies we all need at least one jumpsuit in our closet and this is the perfect day time event to wear it to. Check out our Vibrant and chic Sleeveless Jumpsuit