Tag: Dresses

My Best Holiday Blog Posts

Christmas outfit, holiday outfit, green midi skirt

Today I decided to revisit some of my best holiday blog posts from seasons past! We can pretend that this was my plan all along for today’s post, but you can probably guess that the reason for this round-up is just ‘cause I wasn’t able to guilt someone into taking photos for me. Happens to the best of us. Anyway, I realized that I had a lot of really fun blog posts last holiday season, so might as well share them again. Need Christmas and New Year’s Eve outfit inspiration? I got you covered. Trying to overcome feelings of sadness that sometimes accompany this time of year? There’s a post for that too! Keep scrolling for all my best holiday outfits and ideas. Continue reading “My Best Holiday Blog Posts”

The Funniest Story of My Life

Denver fashion blogger, red fringe dress

After attending my final wedding for 2019 two weekends ago *sheds silent tear*, I have completely run out of ideas for wedding-related blog content. (If you missed it, you can see my summer wedding outfit from the first round of nuptials in June and read about the fun wedding bingo I played at the second wedding in August.) So instead of sticking with the theme of weddings, I decided to go with the theme of this dress instead and share perhaps the funniest story of my whole life: A night that involved 2 girls, 1 fringe dress, and a cheesecake dream. It goes a little something like this… Continue reading “The Funniest Story of My Life”

Spanish Travels: Day Trip to Montserrat

Spain, Barcelona, Catalonia, hiking

While road-tripping across Spain with my family this summer (a wild time, by the way—keep reading to find out more), we decided to take a half-day trip to Montserrat in Catalonia. A little more than an hour outside of Barcelona, Montserrat is a mountain range—literally meaning “serrated mountain”—that is rich with religious history and incredible views. Nestled in between these pillar-like rocks is a monastery and basilica, with the latter housing the famous 12th century Black Madonna statue, the patron saint of Catalonia. Today Montserrat is a sight for Catholic pilgrims and tourists alike—I mean, just look at these views! Continue reading “Spanish Travels: Day Trip to Montserrat”