Tag: Travel Style

Wine Tasting in Walla Walla

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If you saw Saturday’s weekly recap post, then you know I spent Thursday of last week in Walla Walla, Washington! Walla Walla is a small town, but it has lots of charm and has become a growing tourist destination due to all its wineries. It turned out to be the perfect lil’ stop for an impromptu family reunion with extended family that I haven’t seen in ages. Plus, the second my dad told me there was even the *slightest* chance of going to a winery, I immediately started trying on different outfits! Keep reading to hear what we did, where we stayed, and arguably most important, what I wore. Continue reading “Wine Tasting in Walla Walla”

Legally Pajamas: My Loungewear Picks

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Like the majority of us, I’ve been living in loungewear recently—but despite being a fashion blogger, my loungewear usually consists of old athletic shorts and a toothpaste-stained t-shirt. Cute, I know. I’ve just always been more excited to spend my money on a sparkly new dress rather than some comfy drawstring shorts! Well, not anymore. I think I’m finally ready to invest in some cute summer loungewear that I can wear everywhere from my living room, to class, to cozied up in my bed. And I wanted to share these finds with you, too! Continue reading “Legally Pajamas: My Loungewear Picks”

Spanish Travels: Day Trip to Montserrat

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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”