With Spring having arrived, it is that time of the year to roll up your sleeves and do some cleaning. Check out these great tips from Tao of Bachelorhood for a 30 day step by step way to be organized this season.

We included our favorite day below…the closet! | Read the full article here 

Your Home: Clean Your Closet

If you’re like me, the closet becomes not only the home for those shirts you hope might come back in style next year and pants with just a little hole in the crotch, but for just about everything you want to hide. My bedroom closet contains camping equipment, softball bats, a stash of receipts and event tickets, Halloween costumes from years gone by, and exercise equipment.

It’s okay to use the closet to store whatever needs storage—that’s what it’s for—but you do want to make sure you aren’t shoving things into the closet that you should be donating, selling or just dumping.

  1. First, take out everything that’s not clothing. Remember our sorting steps from yesterday? You’re going to repeat them with this stuff. Keep the things you’ll actually use, and put the rest into a box or bag to be dealt with later. But don’t put back anything yet.
  2. Now start sorting your clothes. For each item, the only question to ask is, “do I wear this?” If you don’t wear it, you won’t wear it, and you should set it aside for donation or a yard sale. Put it in the “to sell or dump” box or bag.
  3. If you do wear it, and it’s clean and ready to wear, replace it neatly on the hanger (by the way, you’re a grown-up and should be using wood hangers) or shelf. If it’s not clean, put it in your laundry hamper or dry cleaning pile. If it’s not ironed, put it in your ironing pile. We’ll look at efficiently ironing clothes tomorrow.
  4. After you’ve decided what stays in your closet, it’s time to make sure you’re storing it all efficiently. Is there enough space to hang your clothes properly? If you have shoes in your bedroom closet, do you have a shoe rack for them? Do you need more shelves for sweaters or other stored items? You should be able to quickly grab any item in your closet—after all, if you’ve done this right, all that’s left is stuff you use.



At LASC we consider ourselves seasoned Coachella Veterans. Over the years, we have learned some valuable lessons about fashion, food and of course music. If you are prepping for Coachella, here are some tips and tricks to keep in mind when visiting.


Check out our Coachella fashion survival guide for some great pieces that are sure to make you stand out.



It’s always an endless summer in LA- but beach season is here in full force- wondering which beach you should visit? Check out a few of LASC’s favorites courtesy of Discover LA.

The People Watcher: Venice Beach

Venice Beach is one place where it’s almost as much about the people as it is about the surf or the sand. In fact, the world famous Ocean Front Walk often upstages the Pacific Ocean. As you’re strolling the boardwalk, keep an eye out for Harry Perry, the turbaned guitar player on roller blades who has appeared in numerous films and TV shows. This is also the place to see bodybuilders, chainsaw jugglers and a full complement of palm readers, folk artists and other colorful characters.

The Classic Stretch of Sand: Santa Monica Beach

Located just north of the historic Santa Monica Pier, this is one of the most popular beaches in LA. At two miles long, Santa Monica Beach seems to go on forever and offers plenty of space to stretch the legs, set up for a game of volleyball, or go for a bike ride. Bring the sunscreen, a little cash for parking and a beach towel or blanket. Let the sun, sand and surf do the rest.

The Surf Spot: Malibu Surfrider Beach

When it’s time to get out the surfboard, apply a new coat of wax and zip on the wetsuit, there’s no better place to be than Surfrider Beach in Malibu. As the waves roll in and begin to curl near the shore, surfers paddle furiously to catch those perfect waves of ocean bliss. You don’t have to be an experienced surfer to appreciate the act of surfing, the cool vibe at the beach or the toned bodies of the surfers. In fact, sometimes it’s better to just be a spectator when the crowds get hectic and you’re fighting to catch a wave.


Read the full Discover LA article here -  Image courtesy of Discover LA

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