All right, so November is probably one of the most depressing month ever. The days are super short, it’s getting cold and it rains way too much. Thank god for hot chocolate, right? But since I can’t only drink hot chocolate to make me forget about the oh so sad weather (who am I kidding? Of course I can but I’m an adult and I decide not to), I figured that the next best thing would be to remember some of the great trips I took to sunny places. And lately, I’ve been thinking to one of my favorite trips ever: Palo Alto. I don’t know if you know this, but I’m a nerd. So needless to say that I was super excited when I got the chance to go there and visit Stanford University. Now let’s walk down memory lane….
The second week-end of Coachella just ended. Just like last week’s post, it’s now time to check out what the festival goers rocked during these couple of days. Oh, and don’t tell anyone but I’m kind of cheating because there are also sets of pictures from the first weekend…
Here are what some of my favorite bloggers and fashionistas wore during the second weekend of the festival: Christie Ferrari, Emelie Natascha Lindmark, Jamie Chung, Claire Rogers, Lindsi Lane, Vanessa Hudgens, and Xenia Van Der Woodsen.
Did you know it was Coachella? Just kidding, that’s all I’ve been seeing on Instagram for the past 3 days. Makes me want to be there even more… Well I can’t be there to enjoy the vibe or the music, but I can definitely enjoy the fashion.
Let’s see what the celebs and my favorite bloggers rocked during the first week-end festival, and where we can buy pieces to copy their looks 🙂
I spotted some trends: denim cut-offs, bare shoulders tops, prints, and monochrome outfits. Now, let’s have a look 😉
I thought that today I would try a different kind of articles and in doing so launch a new category: Travels.
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page”
These past couple of years, I had the chance to do some very interesting travelling – and I found out that I love, absolutely love it. I travelled by myself, and I think that made it even more special. First of all, I got to choose what I was doing every single day and I didn’t have to consult any other people. Second of all, if I had a problem I had to take care of it by myself too and I learned a lot.
The first time I travelled – far away – by myself was to California, and more specifically to the San Francisco area. For most people, San Francisco is on their dream destination list. I must admit… I was not disappointed! I took one of those tour buses, very touristy but I didn’t care because I wanted to see as much as possible and I had only one day there so I had to make the most of it. And I did!