Good morning and Happy Tuesday! I’ve expressed my love for this dress from Alter Ego time and time again. It really is such an incredibly beautiful dress that is flattering on everyone. This light, dusty blue shade caught my eye the second it was released. It is so fresh for Summer and the shade will easily carry into Spring as well. I would be lying if I said I didn’t get this dress with this winery in mind to wear it to. The lavender was out in full bloom and I knew I had to wear the lace dress when visiting the Matanzas Creek Winery in Santa Rosa last month. The smell of Lavender through the fields is incredible – and this winery is a MUST visit in June.
Happy Cinco de Mayo! This maxi dress from Alter Ego gives off some major Spanish vibes – so of course I am wearing it for the occasion! Like, you can totally picture me strolling a spanish market sipping on a marg, right?! The cut on this dress is so insanely flattering and also has a completely open back. & the he color is so striking – making it a real crowd pleaser. I paired it with red tassel earrings so that the pops of red in the dress would stand out even more! Now grab a marg, your girlfriends and eat all the chips and salsa your heart desires.
After being in Colorado for two and a half weeks, I am happy to say I am back at my office in San Francisco writing this cozy and warm. I felt like such an ice princess in this look that we shot on a snowy day in Morrison, Colorado. It is no surprise that I am in love with this dress, so I actually decided I needed it in every color. I actually think it is a dress that every girl needs at least one of in their closet for fancy occasions. It is so incredibly flattering and I love that it is already lined because there is nothing worse than having to ruin a pretty lace dress by having to wear some kind of slip under it that never matches perfectly. I got this navy lace dress from Alter Ego, where I also got the same one in wine (remember this blog post?) and pink (blog post here).
I have been dying for a vacation. Roaming through the streets of Italy or picnicing in front of the Eiffel Tower, it is just what my soul has been yearning for. We are always looking for a different place or a different time that is better and more enjoyable than our current state. Too seldom do we look into our own backyard to feed our desires, and inspire us in ways that we believe travel can only do. Images keep popping up on my news feed of couples wine tasting in Tuscany and exploring the old architecture in Europe. Little did I know I could have a similar experience, without traveling across the world to get there.