It's Monday again and here at Gypsy05 we're all regrouping from the 4th...5th, and 6th of July! Hope you all had a fun beautiful and safe holiday weekend! Everyone around here celebrated a little differently! To avoid the Red, white and Blues we're recapping for you! Between neighborhood block parties, backyard barbecues, fireworks beach trips and Vegas trips for wild pool parties we think we got it all covered!
Hailey, our Robertson store manager had family come and visit to celebrate their birthdays! They were showered in Gypsy05 gifts--of course!! Hayley spent the 4th at the Hollywood Bowl for the Fireworks Spectacular show featuring the Los Angeles Philharmonic with special guest Steve Martin and his band, the Steep Canyon Rangers.
They spent the rest of the weekends visiting some of Malibu's scenic hang outs including Malibu Wines...
Geoffrey's for great views and seafood AND Duke's Malibu for brunch! (No wonder we opened a Gypsy Store in Malibu!
DJ Krewella spun all afternoon--and later ended up in the pool with everyone!
One of the beautiful faces behind Gypsy05.com celebrated by hosting a block party in her neighborhood...
family, music, food, drinks, fireworks and of course dancing--were all a part of the party!
then took Saturday to drive up the PCH hitting Zuma Beach and SoCal destination Neptunes Net to catch the sunset. Capping the night off with a couple of cocktails from Mud Hen Tavern back home in Hollywood.
Hope you ahd just as much fun as we did! What other ways did you all celebrate?! We'd love to see you celebrating in Gypsy05!! And if you weren't able to--hopefully we gave you some good ideas to add to your list of things to do this summer!
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