Mia & Lily

Beautiful Things

Mia and Lily is a lifestyle and accessories brand from Venice, CA and the creation of Adela D’Angelo. 

Inspired by tribal and ethnic designs, by female energy, sustainable living, the ocean, world exploration, gypsies, free spirits, nomads and poets.

Quirky and contemporary, Mia & Lily’s bohemian style radiates a relaxed vibe full of life, passion and color. 

For questions or special  requests or brand ambassador opportunities email us at: info@miaandlily.com

Follow us on instagram: @lovemianadlily

100% Handmade

All our jewelry, home decor items and clothing is hand made, each piece is one of kind integrating  a mixture of natural materials and textures.

Each piece is carefully designed and created, no two necklaces will ever be exactly the same, they are made in small batches and when we sell out we move on to a new design, always changing things up and keeping it fresh.


Planning a party? Let us add some fun with DIY kits of bracelets and necklaces! 


Find us in shops and arts & crafts markets all over Los Angeles. 

Mia & Lily was created with two little girls in mind: my daughters, their fierce independence, big hearts, their silliness and love of life, their originality and beauty is what represents our brand and the type of women we hope to inspire.

Join us in this experience of freedom and feminine strength!

 Become  a' Mia and Lily' kind of girl!

Style & Quality

Our style is a mix of bohemian and contemporary; think of a mix between surfer girl with a doze of Talitha Getty's iconic style and Jane Birkin's incomparable looks. We use quality semi precious stones, wood beads in different tones and shapes, beautiful resins, metals, charms and tons of tassels! Stack some necklaces in different colors for a fun summer look or wear one dark and elegant piece with your favorite little black dress. 

Within every woman there is a wild and natural creature, a powerful force, filled with good instincts, passionate creativity and ageless knowing. Her name is Wild Woman but she is an endangered species
— Clarissa Pinkola Estes