A Meditation on Travel+Style Growing up in a small town in Iowa before FaceBook and Instagram was a *somewhat* blissfully contained experience. I was fortunate enough to have parents that loved to travel and explore. It played a big role in how I came to understand the world. I’ve always been a bit fashion... Continue Reading →
This time of year and by this time of year I mean mid-January - early March I always find myself totally uninspired by the shops. I'm not yet ready to start shopping spring but I still find myself wandering into stores and browsing online. What I've landed on is that this is a great time... Continue Reading →
Over the holidays I spent two weeks in South Africa with family. Our last few days were spent in Cape Town and we managed to squeeze in a couple of wine tastings among our other activities because, guys? The wine in South Africa is amazing... and (bonus) super affordable. It is incredibly difficult to... Continue Reading →
During this frazzled time of year, it always seems like everyone needs hugs. Like, extra long bear hugs. All the time. 'Cause it's stressful. There's always too much to do and so little daytime (literally). But the 'I'm in need of a hug' status sort of explodes while traveling home for Thanksgiving. It's like everyone... Continue Reading →
Style Pack Go is being featured! Whoop! What happens when the interviewer (me) gets interviewed? Head over to Life in Wanderlust to find out!
Tamara Rothstein, whom I've chatted to about what to pack for London (here and here), Co-founded the sportswear company LAAIN. In my opinion, it's amazing athleisure clothing for any woman. Here's our chat about her thinking behind starting LAAIN and why it's clothing that every woman should own. Me: Let’s talk about LAAIN, which is your clothing... Continue Reading →
I recently discovered a new brand that I am over the moon excited about. La Ligne. This recent brand is all about beautifully made, elegantly designed, timeless pieces that are #worthit. I can't tell you how over fast fashion I am. I'm tired of having a closet crowded with clothes I don't wear and simultaneously... Continue Reading →
Jessie Atkinson is one of my dear friends who now lives in London though she hails from Melbourne. She attended fashion school Germany and has worked as a designer for a slew of British designers including: Victoria Beckham, Alice Temperley and Wool and the Gang. Jessie has now founded an amazing organization in London called... Continue Reading →