I recently spent a few dreamy days on the beaches of Mexico. While most of my stay was spent in a swimsuit and cover-up, I did put on real clothes a couple of times. All the bright colors of both the natural landscape and architecture were so aesthetically inspiring, and I thought this vibrant vintage frock was well-suited to the surroundings. More vacation pictures to come!
Shoes: Swedish Hasbeens
While I'm not much of a camper myself, I do love hanging out in the woods. When some friends ventured out into a majestic, mossy swath of land at Mount Hood, I crashed the campsite for a few hours. That quick visit was enticing enough that I plan to actually spend the night next time.
This odd '70s vest (that surely had some matching wide-leg trousers at some point) was one of those thrift store finds that I was inexplicably drawn to without really knowing why. While I wasn't sure how or even if I was going to wear it, I went ahead and grabbed it. Seeing it as part of an outfit, I can safely say I dig it. It may not be a new staple, but I'm happy to take it for a spin.
Shoes: H by Hudson
Hat: Coastal Farm & Ranch