For your Wanderlust…

As expert travelers, we all know that there is no cure for our wanderlust until the next adventure, but I’ve found that these travel & lifestyle blogs can really help:

Each blog has a unique take on the different facets of travel. The Culture-ist has some great think pieces and photo essays, Thrillist is known for their love of adventure and crazy attractions, Tuula Vintage and The Love Assembly combine fashion and travel in a flawless manner, and my new favorite, A Modern Wayfarer, has great personal posts in addition to interviews with other rad globetrotters!

Check them out and let me know what you think! Also, if you have any other recommendations leave them in the comments below! I don’t think you can ever follow too many good blogs! ūüôā

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OOTD: A Hippy in D.C.

A Hippy in D.C.

OOTD Details: 

Hat: Kendall & Kylie Collection, PacSun

Sunnies: Clubmasters, Ray Ban

Top: Madison & Berkeley Crop Top, Nordstrom

On Bottom: Black Bell Bottoms, Forever 21

April Showers Bring…. Curls. Lots and lots of curls…

April Showers Bring…. Curls. Lots and lots of curls…

April in Michigan is all rain, all the time. So for me, a girl with super curly hair, it’s a lost cause to even attempt to straighten my hair. But, there’s still hope! Although it took some time, I’ve finally … Continue reading

Best Boho Brands

If you’ve been following my blog for awhile, or just happened to stumble upon it randomly, you could probably tell almost immediately that I’ve got a bit of a gypsy soul. I am a firm believer in the ideologies of “la vie boh√®me” and these are some of the fashion brands that I *adore* because I know they do too:

  1. Free People
  2. MATE the Label 
  3. All About Eve
  4. PFYT 
  5. Mara Hoffman 
  6. Goddess of Babylon
  7. Three Little Birds
  8. Lisa’s Closet Byron Bay¬†
  9. She Made Me
  10. Child of Wild 
  11. Arrow Divine 
  12. Soleil Blue 
  13. Navajo & The Runaway Stray 
  14. Brandy Melville 
  15. Eternal Sunshine Creations 
  16. Anthropologie 
  17. For Love and Lemons 
  18. Spell & The Gypsy Collective 
  19. Yireh Hawaii 
  20. PacSun 

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I just want to wear beautiful clothes and travel to beautiful places! That’s not asking too much, right?! …Do you have any favorite boho brands? Comment below! I would love to check them out!

Artists to Watch

Currently obsessing over these two amazing artists:

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Isle Valfré

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Jenny Liz Rome 

…To call the artwork of these lovely ladies brilliant and bad ass would be the under-statement of the century, which is why I suggest you head over to their respective websites ASAP so you really understand just how talented they both are!

NOLA: Spring Break 2014

NOLA/ Nawlins/ New Orleans was hands down one of the craziest cities I’ve ever been to. Admittedly, we did get there just in time for Mardi Gras ūüėČ …But trust me, this city has NO shortage of activities.¬†20140320-235146.jpg

The Big Easy treated us very well, and if you haven’t been yet, you are missing out on, what is in my opinion, one of the best cities in America.¬†

New Orleans is beautiful–inside and out. I was swoon from the get-go. The culture of this place is unparalleled to any other city I’ve been to in the U.S.. The music, the food, and the pure love of life that exudes from every street corner is something to revel in.

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My friends and I were in New Orleans for 5 days and by the end of the trip we were all wishing we lived there. The vibe of NOLA is super relaxed and if you just let yourself wander, you’ll stumble into the most incredible things and truly get the most out of this city:

  • The French Quarter
  • Bourbon Street (Hand Grenades & Huge Ass Beers)
  • Frenchman Street (Live music >>>)
  • The French Market & Shopping District (The flea market and vintage shops are to die for!)
  • Take the trolley up and down Canal Street (Hop on, hop off, get lost!)
  • Any and every side street (Seriously, they’re all great and have something unique to offer.)
  • Hole-in-the-walls for local food (I can die happy knowing I stumbled upon the best Creole food in New Orleans…)

Who’s been to New Orleans before? I’d definitely like to go back again and would love to hear more suggestions!

PS- If you want to see more pictures from my trip, check out my Instagram and Flickr! xx