Bubbly Brunches, Swanky Cocktails & Eye-Catching Attire with Brielle Galekovic

A Los Angeles-based brunch and cocktail blog by Brielle Galekovic.

Pink Suede at Bagatelle Los Angeles

Bagatelle is always a good idea. The super trendy restaurant draws in high-end clientele, big spenders, and it’s really rare for any guests in the place to not be dressed to the nines.


Anyone who is an avid Bagatelle-goer knows that the property is more than just a restaurant – it’s a lifestyle. It’s about the expensive cocktails and champagne, the sparklers, and the DJ spinning for 7 hours…during the day. So, it would only be a sin to don anything casual. In a setting like this, dress to celebrate.


When going to Bagatelle, plan to wear something you’d typically wear on a Saturday night out in the city. I promise, you won’t be overdoing it. The whole concept of Bagatelle brunch is to bring a nighttime party to a Sunday afternoon.


I wore a baby pink faux suede mini dress with killer ankle-strap nude heels (no really, they actually killllllled my feet). It was a really simple, chic ensemble that was a fun change for me since I usually always lean towards dark hues.


Rule of thumb for Bagatelle: always wear heels and don’t be afraid to get dolled up. Plus, there’s a photographer that comes around the entire brunch, so you’ll want to wear something fab when he catches you dancing with your sparkler!