Have you guys realized that it’s officially only TWO WEEKS until Thanksgiving? The holidays are sneaking up quickly and you know what that means… traveling to spend quality time with family! So naturally, I’m about to throw some style related travel tips your way. I partnered with Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company on this post about traveling (safe & smart) with your jewelry this holiday season.
Today’s post is sponsored by Encircled, an amazing ethically produced brand that I’m so excited to share with you guys! At this point athleisure is more than a trend, it’s here to stay. The once humble sweat pant has officially earned its place in my wardrobe as an everyday (and travel) staple worth investing in. Comfortable knit pants have always been a travel essential, but
This post was sponsored by SWISSGEAR but all opinions are my own. Summer in Seattle can be short & unreliable (hello random thunderstorm last weekend!), so I’m all about squeezing every last drop out of summer’s sunny weekends. Fall is already right around the corner but luckily I have a few long weekend getaways on the books… and by long weekend I mean leaving town
Happy first week of summer! Dan & I returned from Japan a few days ago and I can’t wait to share a full travel diary with you lovelies… but in the meantime, let’s get down to the travel wardrobe nitty gritty. Anybody who knows me knows that I refuse to check a bag, so I’m going to share exactly how I managed to pull that off for
Happy Tuesday from Tokyo! Well, technically I’m almost a day ahead of you already 🙂 My husband and I are here on a (much needed) 2 week holiday… Follow along on Instagram & Snapchat to sneek a peek into all of our activities. For me, the most difficult part of international travel is the time spent getting to my destination. By the time my head hit the pillow
One thing you may not know about me: I’m a packing ninja. Would you believe me if I told you I hadn’t checked luggage on a flight in almost 10 years? From 3 days in Phoenix to 3 weeks in Japan, everything I need fits into a standard rolling carry on + personal item. And no, I generally don’t pack light. I like to be prepared! I’m going