With Mother's Day this month, I wanted to highlight a fellow mompreneur, Audrey McLoghlin, founder of the all-american brand Frank & Eileen for this month's Finding. Named after her beloved Irish grandparents, Frank & Eileen combines the quality and craftsmanship of an Italian shirt with the laid-back beach style of sunny California. The brand started with a mens classic – think your boyfriend’s/husband’s perfectly lived-in button down shirt - then refined it with a feminine sensibility. Audrey is a source of inspiration for me in so many ways but I really appreciate her choice to manufacture here in Los Angeles and her commitment to producing well-made goods with the help of skilled artisans in her very own community (much like our ethos). As a momboss she juggles nurturing a toddler and a business, ensuring they are both thriving. Like her company, this mama’s style is classic, chic and effortless and, as you’ll see, Audrey really does live la vie en rose! Red, flowing locks, rosy skin and an affinity for rose gold (and pink starbursts) make her truly a one-a-kind gem! | photos by annie mcelwain |
Almost every time I see Audrey, she's wearing relaxed, easy-going essentials like jeans and flats but always paired with a perfectly fit Frank and Eileen shirt like the Barry or the Grayson. During her styling sesh, she gravitated towards modern classics like our pave wide flat band ring and added a heavy dose of sparkle with our bezel diamond eternity bands. Rose gold is her go-to hue and she was not shy when it came to layering several mixed diamond shape necklaces like our eternity tennis choker, 11 dangling diamonds necklace and our 5 princess diamond necklace. And peep her custom pave diamond "GRAY" cuff I made for her after the birth of her daughter Grayson. It's a keepsake she never takes off and stacks beautifully here with our thin pave bar cuff.
Audrey keep her ear game pretty simple yet eye-catching, selecting our pearl double huggie hoop on one side and our nine diamond ear climber on the other. We can't blame her for keeping it low key...After all, her unbelievably gorgeous hair typically demands center-stage and we're cool with that ;)Shop These Findings