Emma Chamberlain was down in the dumps while rocking a see-through crop top as she failed to bring a smile in an Instagram share showing one rainy L.A. day. The YouTuber and Chamberlain Coffee founder, shooting up trends this year as she hits A-Lister status, has been keeping up her trademark sense of humor on social media – posts these days might see Emma shouting out her gig with luxury designer Louis Vuitton, but the self-deprecating and sarcastic Emma hasn’t gone anywhere.
Posting for her 14.5 million followers in October, Emma sent out two stunning figure snaps from a balcony, and it was skimpy on both the outfit and the caption as fans only got a sad face.
Emma Chamberlain Shows Off Grumpy Side In L.A.
Scroll for the photo, one coming shortly after Emma graced this year’s Met Gala ball in New York City – of course, the entrepreneur wore Louis Vuitton.
This time opting out of any brand shout-outs, the L.A.-based star updated after a high-profile trip to Paris, France. She posed by ordinary, blue-painted railings and from a balcony overlooking the City of Angels’ hills and buildings, highlighting her slender frame while in a black and sheer crochet crop top, plus tight dark jeans with a swirly floral motif on the hip.
Also peeping a pink bra, the star sported simple shades as she clutched her shoulders for a bit of a vulnerable finish – her caption, meanwhile, was a simple sad-face emoji.
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Over 2.4 million likes have been left, including one from 25-year-old Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney. “Are you back in LA is that why you’re sad?” one fan queried – they didn’t get a reply.
Chamberlain had been flaunting her high-profile European travels via glitzy and old-fashioned hotels, gallery visits and mouth-watering French food, but it looks like the social media sensation is back to the land of Dunkin’ Donuts and In-N-Out. Paris did, however, bring more than just photos as the star fronted Forbes France.
Emma, 20, was still in her teens when she was profiled by Refinery29, this as she expanded her already-impressive coffee empire.
“My love for coffee started when I was maybe 10. I used to go to coffee shops with my mom and get, literally, a latte that was just a bunch of foam and that was it. I was also going to cafés throughout my childhood with my dad, and it was just such a great memory,” she told the outlet. Chamberlain Coffee boasts just under 400,000 Instagram followers.