5 Quick Tips for Travel Style

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I originally wanted to title this post, “What to Wear to Niagara Falls,” but I decided that would’ve been too oddly specific…I mean, how many fashionistas go to Niagara Falls, don’t know what to wear, and feel the need to read a blog post about it? Probably not many (sadly). I had totally forgotten to post these photos back in June after my family returned from vacation in New York City and Toronto, but I wasn’t just going to let them go to waste.

I don’t know about y’all, but I’ve come to associate the fall season with fun weekend getaways (road trips to see the leaves changing, vacation to a pumpkin patch, a beautiful location to cross zip-lining off your bucket list, etc.). I’ve been craving a fall weekend getaway so badly now! Even though a whole post dedicated to Niagara Falls attire would’ve been a bit much (hit me up if you need specific outfit advice), a post with 5 quick travel style tips could be used by anyone. I hope I’ll have to use these tips for myself pretty soon, if you catch my drift. Continue reading

NYC Travel Guide

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Here it is: the New York City travel guide I’ve been talking about for weeks now. It feels so good to finally have it published and share all this fun content with you! New York City is such an incredible place; there’s really so much to explore, so many people to meet, and so many new experiences to try. If you haven’t ever been, I really hope you get the chance to see this iconic American city. It’s not overrated at all. Continue reading

Canadian Culture Shock

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I mentioned in my Toronto Travel Guide last week that I would talk more about the fashion I saw while in Canada. As it turns out, fashion wasn’t the only thing I noticed…I was quite shocked to realize all the differences between Toronto and American cities of similar prestige and size. After all, it’s just Canada, so I wasn’t really expecting it to feel like we were in a foreign country. But it did! Continue reading