Life Update

You may have noticed I’ve been somewhat absent from the blog. I’ve been working a ton and lately exploring another medium that’s really exciting to me right now.  Before I get into more details, I’ve been obsessing over YouTube tutorials and decided to make my own.  I’m heading to Costa Rica for 10 days next […]

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seeing double

Sometimes I fall hard for a fabric. Whether it’s denim, knit jersey or this ultra soft grey modal, when I love something I’m not afraid to double up. These pieces are lightweight enough for summer, and are fairing well on my trip to Mexico. Both made the cut as last minute additions to my suitcase – […]

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packing for mexico

This month just sped by and suddenly it’s like woah – I’m leaving for Mexico next week  and it’s already time to pack! If you’ve been following along you know this is something I have been trying to improve upon with each adventure. I did pretty good on my trip to California earlier this year, […]

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vacation ready 

            Those of you who follow along on Instagram may know I had a trip planned to Denmark and Italy at the end of April. My boyfriend has been training for a cycling race over there since last year, which was unfortunately cancelled last week. After weighing all our options, we opted […]

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what to wear to the airport 

      I’ve done a post on what to wear when you’re travelling before, but it’s something I always think through in the days before I’m leaving on a trip. Right now I am on route to Mexico, and going to a very warm destination from a relatively cold and rainy one brings its own […]

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simply simple

  Clean lines and basic pieces can be easy, versatile and stylish. As I begin to pack for my trip, I am visualizing a whole suitcase full of simple looks like this one I can mix and match or transition from day to night. I always pack too much, and never even wear half of it. […]

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