Travel Day Comforts

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Today was the start of my 12-Day-Vacation! I start off in SF visiting the Bro-ski, trek up to Seattle for family and friend get-togethers, then down to Portland for music with friends. I will hopefully be blogging along my little journey, however, don’t be surprised if it’s limited…I will try my best! After this vacation, I start at a new job and couldn’t be more excited. I am so lucky to have this time to see the people who I love, before starting a job I will love!

Traveling Days can be cumbersome and tiring. For me, I always want an outfit that is versatile for all temperatures, capable in retaining comfort after walking around all day, and able to withstand travel grime. Since this day I was only traveling within California, I knew I would be ok in wearing shorts, when usually I’d travel in pants or jeans…I love wearing a hat of some sorts as I never know when my curly hair will need to be commanded…Accessories are a must, especially since I refuse putting feather earrings in luggage, getting battered and squished…And I have come to learn that I need a bag which I can tote around all the necessary travel gear without it being a nuisance. This backpack (similar on website) from Target has provided me with such convenience while traveling that I’d recommend it to anyone!

{Free People Button-Up, Citizens of Humanity Zip-Up, Sanctuary Shorts, Steve Madden Boots}
{The Hatter Co. Fedora, HandMade Earrings, JewelMint Necklace}

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Free People Friday

IMG_3783[Anthropologie Headband, Free People Top, Michael Kors Watch, Hobo Clutch, Free People Dress, Sam Edelman Sandals, Vera Wang Sunglasses]

After a day at work, we were headed over to our friends house to drop off garden sunflowers and Thai chilies. I had a few minutes to change, so I opted for something easy, cool (it was close to 90), comfortable, and slightly bohemian. My closet is heavily laden with Free People items and what I’ve come to love about these items is how versatile they are. You can layer and combine them, wear them on their own, dress them up or dress them down…(did you notice how I rhymed?!) I absolutely love this FP dress, but to wear it on its own, you have to be feeling excellent about your body. Not feeling entirely confident this particular day, I layered it with an ultra comfortable, baggy, bright FP top.

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Cheers! -L