Travel Day

Travel Day

 

 

No matter how excited I am for a trip, packing is something I tend to procrastinate on. Somehow or another it ends up being the night before an early departure and I am scrambling to figure out where sandal number two is in the pair that I must take along with me.

Though the above scenario has happened more times than I’d like to admit, that isn’t the case for next week’s adventure; I’ve been day dreaming about what’s going in that suitcase for weeks. I’ve been picking up bits and pieces here and there to be at a Beyonce level of put together, while still being sensible for all day walking in the hot sun.

Staples? A comfortable pair of cotton pants, lace up sandals that don’t side around, basic tops to mix and match, and a hat for shade on demand.

So excited to share everything with you all!

 

Speak to you soon,

 

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Senso Summer

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A few weeks ago on Aimee’s , Song of Style, Instagram I experienced love at first site. They were a pair of white heeled sandals that laced up the front of their ankle band, were about 3 inches high, and were the most perfect shoes I’d ever seen. Ever since then I’ve been on high alert, shoe stalking them on Pinterest and all the other fashion outlets I could find.

Finally I discovered that they were by an Australian shoe brand called Senso, who I probably should’ve heard of before now but hadn’t, so I decided to venture over to the website. I was curious to see if they were a one hit shoe wonder or if other things they designed were just as perfect as my sandal crush. It was the latter. I’ve made a huge mistake.

Admittedly, my summer shoe selection often hails from Targét.

Why did she put that stupid accent mark? I hated it as much as you did, let’s just move on. 

Anyway, Target. I usually snag a few pairs here and there to make it through the summer, but this year I’m thinking it would be more worth my time to invest in one pair and ride out all of the hot months we’ve got coming up.

Senso shoes are available on the Senso website, as well as on Solestruck, Revolve Clothing, Asos, and a lot of other places. Take a trip to Google town if you need more info on that.

Thoughts? Feelings? More Shoe Brands I need to see? Let me know!

Speak to you soon!

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