Mykonos was everything and just freaking amazing. My outfits consisted of swimsuits and cover-ups mostly, but most of my looks went un-captured. I was able to get one of my daytime casual looks while out exploring the downtown area.
Feels good to be back! My vacation was truly an amazing experience and Im excited to share some of the highlights with you all. Over the next week I will share a few looks I was able to capture and little recap of my time in the city. I was gone for 9 days, 2 countries, 6 cities, and on my second day I went to Bari.
Final post before I take off, and I pulled these thrifted pieces together for a laid back summer look in the WINDY bay! I return from my trip in about two weeks so until then you can keep up with me and my looks on instagram. I also have a super fun post in store covering vacationing and work!
I am gearing up for my trip and its been early mornings/late nights for me lately so I’ve been wearing nothing but casual pieces. I pulled out an old jean jacket and paired it with my vintage jeans, grey t-shirt, and shoedazzle sandals.
If you have a couple of years or even a couple of months under your belt in your career there are a few things you should try an avoid. The list is simple to remember and tough to execute, but a consistent attack on these will help you in the long run.
1. Comparing your path with your colleagues or peers– A key thing to remind yourself of on a daily basis is your path is going to be unlike anyone else’s. Your divine life plan has been developed for you and you only. Consistently investing your energy into someone else’s salary, promotion, or job title is an easy way to lose focus.
My vacation/adventure/ is quickly approaching so I have been running around to make sure everything is in order before I leave, so my posting has been a little slow. I was able to capture what I wore to the Fillmore Jazz Festival this weekend in SF, sporty and sleek.