Archive of ‘Travel’ category

Purple Floral Dress in Napa Valley

Summer | Wine Tasting | Napa Valley | Vintage | Dress | Floral | Urban Outfitters | Fashion | Cruelty-Free | OutfitThis purple floral dress has become a favorite of mine. It’s perfect for summer and transitioning into fall with a light cardigan. I’m sharing more photos of this sweet feminine look shot in Napa Valley!


Vegan Wine Tasting in Napa Valley

Napa Valley | Wine Tasting | Vineyard | Vegan | Vegan Wine | Domaine Carneros | Wine Country | San Francisco | Vintage | Dress | Retro | Fashion | Cruelty-Free | Outfit

One of my favorite parts of our trip up north was our vegan wine tasting at Domaine Carneros. Today I’m sharing more details about going wine tasting as a vegan and photos of this picturesque French chateau-inspired winery.


Dutch Windmill

Dutch Windmill | Jacquard Dress | Fit and Flare Dress | San Francisco | Vegan Travel | Vegan San Francisco | Vintage | Dress | Retro | Fashion | Cruelty-Free | Outfit

Today I’m sharing photos from sightseeing near the San Francisco coast. We started off at the Dutch Windmill and ended up at Lands End trail, both of which offered amazing sights to see. A fit and flare jacquard dress was a must as we headed straight to dinner after the day’s events.


Buena Vista Park in San Francisco

Buena Vista Park | San Francisco | Vegan Travel | San Francisco Park | Vegan San Francisco | Vegan Leather Jacket | Free People

Last week, we set out to San Francisco for a Spring adventure and were treated to amazing weather, beautiful views of the city, and delicious vegan food! I am excited to start sharing some of the photos from the trip. Today, I’m spotlighting Buena Vista Park in San Francisco which had an amazing view of the city and made for the perfect spot to hang out on our first day in the city.


Pine Knot Trail

Cozy sweater and crochet denim shorts #AEOStyle

Thursday, we headed up for a cabin trip in the mountains with our friends.  Big Bear Lake is one of mine and Thomas’ favorite winter destinations. It’s only three hours away from San Diego and it feels so good to be transported to a snowy wonderland. On Friday, we were lucky enough to have a sunny morning with perfect weather for hiking so we set out to explore Pine Knot Trail.


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