Kat Von D opted for a gothic chic outfit wearing an all-black ensemble as she finished packing her Los Angeles home earlier Friday ahead of her big move to Indiana.
The 41-year-old tattoo artist LA Ink, who had the stunning mansion listed in January 2022, left California along with her husband, Rafael Reyes, and their four-year-old son, Livar.
The recording artist opted for comfort as she stepped out from the lavish estate, donning a pair of skintight black dress along with an oversized black sweatshirt.
Her long black locks were parted in the middle, and flowed naturally down her shoulders.
She completed her all-inclusive ensemble by slipping into a pair of black sneakers that secured with laces and had unique chunky soles.
Farewell LA: Kat Von D, 41, opted for a gothic chic outfit in an all-black outfit as she finished packing her Los Angeles home earlier Friday ahead of her big move to Indiana
The star threw on a pair of chic black shades to match the overall color scheme of her look and to protect her eyes from the bright sun.
Her husband, Rafael, who tied the knot in 2018, also chose to wear an all-black outfit as they strolled along a sidewalk in the quiet neighborhood.
He wore black sweatpants with a black short-sleeved T-shirt while wearing sunglasses.
The musician slipped into a comfortable pair of Crocs shoes and held their son Leafar, who rested his head on his father’s shoulder.
Back in October 2021, Kat hopped onto her Instagram homepage to reveal to her fans and followers that she and her family had made the decision to leave California.
“As some of you may know, we recently purchased a beautiful home on a small plot of land in rural Indiana, and the more time we spend there, we realize we feel more at home than we do here in Los Angeles,” she explained on the site. time in the caption.
“After much consideration, we have decided that we will be moving permanently to Indiana at the end of this year,” the star added.
“We plan to sell our beautiful home here, and I will likely open a private studio in Indiana once we finish remodeling the home there.”
Keeping it casual: The recording artist opted for comfort as she stepped out from the lavish estate, donning a pair of skintight black dress along with an oversized black hoodie
NEW HOME: Earlier Saturday, the tattoo artist shared a clip on her Instagram Stories of herself at the airport with her husband in frame.
Due to the permanent move, the TV personality revealed that her boutique, High Voltage Tattoo, will also be closing.
“I didn’t think it would make sense to keep it open if I wasn’t around, and aside from getting back to working on music with my band, we don’t plan on going back to LA often.” The doors of the famous tattoo parlor opened back in 2007.
Last month, the sprawling 11-bedroom, 8.5-bath Los Angeles mansion officially sold on March 28, the people, for about $7.8 million, though the initial asking price was $15 million.
The Victorian home, which is on the market in January 2022, has detailed architecture and crown molding, as well as a fireplace in the dining room and a blood-red pool in the lavish backyard.
The family moved to Vevey, Indiana, and bought another mansion for approximately $1.5 million. New York Post.
The 10-acre estate has 7 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms and has sprawling lawns and several outdoor fountains.
Earlier Saturday, the singer uploaded a short clip to her Instagram Stories while at the airport and wrote the caption, “Bye, LA! Hello, Indiana,” followed by a black heart emoji, ready to start her new journey.
Her husband, Rafael, aka Leafar Seyer, can be seen in the frame and she quickly zooms in on a large carrier with her adorable cat inside, who has also been tagged along for the move.
Although Kat has left City of Angels, the entrepreneur will remain in the spotlight and announced to fans earlier Thursday that she has finished mixing for her upcoming album.
She had previously released her debut solo album, Love Made Me Do It, in 2021.
The Final Goodbye: In a caption she added toward the bottom of the reel, Kat penned it, “Goodbye, LA. Hello Indiana!” followed by a black heart emoji
Tagging along: She also panned her phone camera to show her adorable cat who was also making the trip with the family
A new place to call home: The family moved to Vevey, Indiana, and bought another mansion for about $1.5 million, per the New York Post.
UPCOMING PROJECT: Even though Kat has left City of Angels, the entrepreneur will still be in the spotlight and announced to fans earlier Thursday that she’s finished mixing her upcoming album; Seen in September 2019
In the caption along with a clip that showed the starlet in the music studio, she wrote, “Last day to mix my album before we fly to Indiana tomorrow!”
“It’s always bittersweet, always near completion of a project – working with this amazing team was like working with family, and I’ll miss not seeing them for hours on end every day!”
‘but! That means it’s only a matter of time before I finally get to share this album with all of you! So get ready!’ And she added, although the beauty did not mention an official release date.
Kat concluded by saying, “I’m going to be doing an official shout out to the entire talented village that has come together over this pic once the albums are out!”