Fall Girl’s Trip Pt. 1

As you know I flew into one of my favorites places for a little girl’s getaway weekend in Colorado. Ali and I are both from California, but we both went to school in Colorado (at different times) and actually met each other in Los Angeles a couple years ago... read more

Festival Season

Festival season is upon us and though I can’t say I will be attending many festivals, I do at least hope to make it to Stagecoach. If there’s something worth battling the heat and crowds, you can count me in for some country music, cowboys and cowboy... read more

Bundled in Denver

In the middle of December, we decided to take a road trip to Colorado and chose to take a weekend trip to Denver bringing along Mia.  I have been to Denver several times, as seen here and here, but I’ve never quite spent time exploring Cherry Creek quite like I... read more

Alpaca Ombre Cape

I got this alpaca ombre cape on the day before I left for our Colorado trip and it was a purchase that I am so glad I made. I often reach for it when grabbing a cup of coffee in the morning over some jeans and a shirt, or to where to dinner and during a walk in the... read more

Sequins

I hope everyone had a wonderful few days spending time with their loved ones. We had the absolute best trip with our family in Colorado and wish we were still there. We’re back home and headed out to Mexico on Saturday to ring in the New Year with more family at the... read more

The First Sign of Winter

Last Monday, my brother, Mia and I drove out to Colorado. We stayed at The Sebastian-Vail-A Timbers Resort, a hotel that I have had been wanting to go to for the past few years. We knew it would be cold, but we didn’t expect the winter wonderland we had arrived... read more

Top Travel Essentials You Need

Denim (similar here and here) | Blouse (sold out similar here and also love this one) | Jacket (last season but similar here, here and love this one under $100) | Chanel Flats (similar here and here) Photography: Christy Kendall Photography In light of traveling... read more

Telluride, CO

A few weeks ago, my friend and I jetted off to Colorado for a few days. We originally wanted to go Beaver Creek but unavailability led us to the beautiful town of Telluride. Both of us had never been. The only way to get to Telluride is to drive from a nearby airport... read more

A Suite Life

Photos: Noah Berg Photography Hotel: Ritz Carlton Denver  So, I travel to Colorado, a lot. And, by now you may have realized when I mean a lot, I mean quite frequently. For me, it’s a mini vacation, a place I can go to escape and be with my friends. I love... read more

kicking up snow

HI Friends! I am still in the middle of settling into my new house. I finally got my sofa delivered, which was really exciting since now we can sit somewhere other than the floor or my bed. It’s slowly coming together, but like with anything–good things... read more

Staying warm

David Yurman stacked ring | Sweater Dress similar here | Puffer | Bag| Beanie | Lancome Lipstick | Gloves HI FRIENDS! I’ve spent my first whole weekend at my new place this weekend, really taking a moment to relax and spend time with friends. Oh not to mention,... read more

Sundance, Utah Travel Guide

Why Sundance?  We had just come back into town from Colorado on a Sunday and on a Tuesday, we decided let’s head to Utah to ski. We had friends staying in Deer Valley but we decided to try something new and visit the beautiful and small town of Sundance.... read more

Denver, Colorado Travel Guide

Denver So, I frequently visit Denver because I used to go to school in Boulder and many of my friends still live in Denver. Every time, I land in Colorado, I feel at home. Everything feels right. The people are so kind and down to earth, people stop on the street and... read more

Beaver Creek, Colorado Travel Guide

Why Beaver Creek?  I spent several years of my life in Colorado and knew there were so many hidden gems. After coming across Beaver Creek, I just knew this was a unique place, unlike the other resorts in Colorado. I can’t say I have been to all the resorts in... read more

Santa Barbara

Last weekend, I spent the weekend with my friends in Santa Barbara. One of my friends lives in San Francisco and the other lives in Denver so we decided to meet in Santa Barbara for a small girls getaway. We rented an airbnb cottage a couple of miles away from... read more

Santorini & Mykonos

I am a bit late on posting about my trips but can I just say the last few weeks have been so hectic I feel like I have been go go go lately that it’s so nice to sit and enjoy home a bit. I had the most incredible time touring Europe this summer on two separate... read more

Knit Sweater

  I spent the first week of my getaway in Brussels visiting family and visiting my brother who was working at a law firm. If you’ve never been to Belgium, it is definitely a place worth considering to check out. Many people forget Belgium as it is a very... read more

Island Life

  Last week I wrote about Harbour Island and one of its best restaurants, Sip Sip Restaurant, if you haven’t already-go take a peek! But this post is really about island life in the Bahamas. Many of us go on vacation every year should it be to Europe or... read more

#SeeSummerBetter

I’ve partnered up with Warby Parker to showcase a glimpse of how I have started to spend my summer. Here are some captured moments that highlight some of my most fond experiences, travel adventures and local hot spots. But, how I see summer through my summer... read more

Harbour Island

   Every year we go to the Bahamas as a family for Thanksgiving and sometimes we go more than just once a year. I love being able to go there during the summer. Although, Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of the year and everyone is spending time with their... read more

Best 10 Romantic Honeymoon Cities…

Best 10 Romantic Honeymoon Spots: 1. Paris: Whether you’ve been here or not, chances are you’ll want to come back again and again. From taking photos of the Eiffel Tower to sipping coffees at brasseries and nibbling at croissants; there is just so much to... read more

Bruges

During my travel in Europe, we decided to take a day trip to Bruges-which is about an hour and a half from Brussels. Bruges is a beautiful city distinguished by its canals, cobbled streets, and medieval buildings. The first thing we did when we got into the village... read more

Paris

Paris…there is just so much I could possibly say about this beautiful city. My mom and I decided we would spend one night in Paris while in Europe, so we did! It was my birthday last week and the only thing I really wanted to do was to go to Paris. We stayed at... read more

maldives…

The Maldives consists of 1192 coral islands grouped in a double chain of 26 atolls making this one of the world’s most dispersed countries. The atolls are composed of live coral reefs and sand bars, situated atop a submarine ridge. If you are looking for a... read more

take a walk in my other hometown…

I am a dual citizen by right of my mother. Often times, this is something people take for granted, but rather something to be fortunate about should I ever decide to move to Europe. So today, I have decided to walk you through where my mom’s family is from (my... read more

Capri, Italy

Is anyone up for a quick trip to Capri? This is my favorite place in Italy. It’s absolutely serene and beautiful. If you have never been, I highly suggest taking the boat to the island of Capri. Though, I’ve never stayed on the island itself, visiting and... read more

Santorini, Greece

Are you just as excited as I am to travel to Santorini today? I loved Santorini. I was able to visit this past summer and I absolutely fell in love with the city, the architecture and the nature. I wouldn’t recommend Santorini as a family destination, definitely... read more

Glamping…

Who said camping couldn’t also be glamorous? Glamping is the perfect alternative for a bachelorette party. For those looking for something more low-key and cozy, give glamping a chance. It is five start camping, you don’t really need to worry about setting... read more

Paris, France

Today, we travel to Paris. Do we really need a reason to travel to Paris? Paris is know as “La Ville Lumiere”, the City of Lights. Walking along the Seine river at night is like seeing fireworks for the very first time-it truly takes your breath away. 170... read more

california dreaming

People have flocked to California ever since the Gold Rush, with high expectations. And people still go to California with hopes of breaking through as actors, artists and you name it. But, more than that, the state is also the promised land for tourists. The state... read more

A taste of India…

The culture of India is the way of life for the people living in India. It’s languages, dances, rituals, religions, music, food and customs differ from place to place within the country. The Indian culture has been strongly influenced by history that is several... read more

Best 10: Denver, Colorado

I am currently in Denver taking care of some business stuff as well as visiting my boyfriend. Before living in LA, I lived in Boulder, Colorado for four years and then moved down to Denver for a year to work in event planning. If you have never been, I will give you... read more