Chunky Cable-Knit Sweater

IMG_2605This sweater. This sweater has seen it all. Frigid mountains, hot countrysides and blustery beaches. I’ve been able to wear it to a myriad of events with ranging weather conditions. The neutral color allows it to be paired with endless items and the baggy shape drapes heavy and attractively. Here, it’s paired with a tight fitting cotton skirt to show off the  draping feature of the sweater. Continue reading

Santa Barbara by Train

IMG_1200Last Friday, we took a wonderful little day trip down to Santa Barbara by way of the Amtrak Surfliner. It was semi-spontaneous, a lot of fun, romantic and a well-rounded, perfect Santa Barbara day. We shopped, ate, sipped on wine at outside cafés, walked around and shopped some more. Continue reading

Chasing Wildflowers

IMG_0945‘Tis the season for wildflower hunting! This year has brought some pretty amazing scenes around the county. So, when Easter was quickly approaching with no plans set in place, I decided it would be the perfect day for a Sunday drive to chase wildflowers. Continue reading

Spring on Mill Street

IMG_0428Do you tend to gravitate towards certain houses, streets, neighborhoods in cities that you classify as ‘the cutest’, ‘the most perfect’, ‘this is where I want to live’, type? I certainly do. For me, one of my favorites in San Luis Obispo, is Mill St.. Continue reading

Easter Best with Free People

IMG_0694Every Easter, I look forward to seeing people’s ‘Easter Best’ outfits. Bright, cheery, modest spring dress for women and little girls, to nice polos or button downs and khakis for boys. As far back as I can remember, I was always dressed in my Easter Sunday best in a bright, floral dress, usually made by my mom. Continue reading

Spring Flare Pant

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As Spring is around the corner, I am getting excited to wear these billabong pants more frequently. I bought them for a trip to Tulum in which they were the perfect edition. Continue reading

Stylish Comfort to Big Sur

IMG_9818Living on the Central Coast boasts many benefits. One of the best benefits is that it’s a short, beautiful road trip to Big Sur, CA. If you’ve ever been to Big Sur, coming from the North or the South, you know the drive is part of the journey and some of the best finds are stopping for photo ops or beach explorations. Continue reading