Postcards from Valencia

Barcelona was picturesque and delicious, but Valencia was just too much fun. Not to say the food was bad or that it wasn't beautiful- cause duh, these photos will show you otherwise. Valencia (and their paella) now holds a special place in my heart as that quaint little city with the nicest ...

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The Serum You’ll find in my kit ’til I’m 80

If there's one serum I've been crazy obsessed with lately, it's this. Vintners Daughter. The Cult favorite highly $$$ active botanical serum that in my honest opinion is worth every penny. I've heard about this product in the past but stayed clear of it because of the hefty price tag. Guys, ...

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How to style a Graphic Tee

Putting out a styling video after AGES! It's all about Graphic Tees and features 4 easy ways you can transform them- from casual to preppy to party to corporate. I had fun filming this, with the help of my incredibly talented sister, Jack! Let me know what you think about it! ...

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What Makes Me Leave Home so Much | Sitges

One thing I've always loved about Europe is it's atmosphere. The breezy weather (when you're lucky), the well dressed people, the incredible food, but most importantly, combining all these things with an unintentionally impeccable (and more often than not, historical) backdrop. This beautiful beach at Sitges was ours, and it was ...

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Casa Batllo

I told you, Gaudi IS Barcelona. Everything touristy in this city is made by him or named after him. Casa Batllo is no exception. Located at Passeig de Gracia, the center of the city, Casa Batllo stands out as one of Gaudi's masterpieces. The whole house is made of intricate details, ...

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