Posts in Travel
Wandering The Windy City

Chicago has been on my list of places to travel since before I started styling. This trip was a bit pleasure and bit work which is always the perfect combo, right? In between meetings I was able to explore the city which is so rich in history and culture. The food scene is quite vast and nothing short of amazing, from Italian to French to Mexican and surprisingly even sushi!

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Lost London Files

Back in 2015 I took a little over a month off to travel Europe. During that time I hopped over to London for a day with my good pal Arlene (who shot these) . Most recently I was going through my laptop and found a few more that I never posted on the blog way back when. Since it’s Thursday i figured this would be the perfect day for a #throwbackthursay post. Enjoy!

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Passport To Dry Creek

Nothing recharges your battery like being whisked away for a wine weekend! Two weekends ago, I know I'm slightly behind, I was able to enjoy the Passport To Dry Creek in Sonoma. DISCLAIMER: I'm a Napa guy at heart, but I must say this was one of the best weekends I've had in a while.

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Trekking Through Thailand

A relaxing vacation always sounds like a great idea, until you arrive only to create a self imposed itinerary. Well, not this trip it was all about being a free spirit and letting my heart guide the day. Thailand is known for being a very exotic yet affordable destination. My first stop in this beautiful country was Phuket, as I decided to stay more south this trip. 

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Santa Barbara Escape

So it finally happened after years of talking about it! Santa Barbara has been on my radar for quite a while and not just because of Oprah, but for its secluded beauty. When my good friend Skyler invited me as a plus one to a wedding at the gorgeous Rancho Dos Pueblos, it was the perfect opportunity to explore the city.

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London Sights

Doing London in a day was definitely an overwhelming experience. The tube system reminded me of New York as it was very efficient and fairly easy to read the timetables. Once hopping off the train it was 3 hours of being a super tourist with stops to Big Ben, The London Eye, and Buckingham Palace.

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Beauty Of Berlin

Initially Germany was not on my radar, however about two weeks prior to leaving I kept getting this indescribable pull to go. Everyday I’d think about the various aspects of the country like the food, fashion , the history, and what it would be like to visit. My luvbug Shelly, said there’s a reason for this and don’t fight your intuition.

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Spinning Around Spain

Of all the cities so far, it’s Barcelona that I could really see myself living in. Chill vibes by day, a booming night life, and tropical weather are the perfect reason for a relocation! Every city has their thing, San Diego being palm trees, New York has skyscrapers, and Barcelona has balconies. They beautifully decorated each apartment and in some cases are shared among neighbors.

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Roaming Rome

Italy was intoxicating! 4 days was the perfect amount of time to sample all of what Rome has to offer.  Of the sampling, it was the savory gelato in which I indulged on a nightly basis! Rome is a city that’s rooted in such deep heritage. It’s present in the small details of street signs to the glorious ruins of the Colosseum.

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Greek Adventures

his is my first time out of the country, excluding Mexico, and though it’s only been 3 days I’ve fallen in love with international travel. I’m still puzzled as to what took me so fucking long, however better late than never. Upon landing in Athens everyone was super friendly and so willing to help from the taxi guys, my hotel concierge, and even the people in the markets.

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