Category: Style

Island Hopping

After Bangkok it was time to head down to switch gears and head to the beach. You can get to Phuket on just about any budget, but in my opinion, to make your stay truly enjoyable, it’s important that you pick a clean, friendly, well-located resort. For an extra $40-$60/night, you see a big difference.

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What to Wear: Japan

Striking a balance between stylish and conservative can make packing for Japan difficult. If you stick to these few rules, you’ll be well on your way to making a fashionable statement on your next journey to the land of the rising sun. Keep your cleavage covered. Japanese women are very sensitive when it comes to

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Forbidden City

I’m so excited to finally update you all on my recent adventures in mainland China! For those of you who don’t know, the major social media and networking websites are blocked, which made it next to impossible to access most means of communication. As someone traveling alone, it can definitely be tough not to have

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The Heart of Kyoto

Today was predicted to be hot, so I stuck with light, airy fabrics and some of my favorite accessories from Pinkyotto. I’m loving their new Fall designs, so definitely check out their new collection! First stop: Kiyomizu-Dera—the temple of clear water—a Buddhist temple located halfway up Otowa Mountain in eastern Kyoto. I traveled by City Bus

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Rome Meets Malibu

Today, we departed Santa Barbara and headed south to beautiful Malibu. Aside from having jaw-dropping scenery, Malibu is also known to host one of two locations of the J. Paul Getty Museum, which houses more than 44,000 Greek and Roman antiquities on a gorgeous 64-acre compound. The Prometheus Wheel Ancient Roman jewlery Get the look:

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