Champion, Adidas, Nike, even Fila are sports brands that are having a moment in fashion right now. I am a big time athleisure fan and have been waiting for the day that sweats in public are acceptable. The one sports brand that is primarily in Europe that I am dying to bring to the US has a very special place in my heart. It is called Ellesse, and it is where my mom got the spelling of my name. But that’s not the only reason why I want to bring this Italian brand to America.
The biggest question I receive is how do you afford to travel, and especially for three months? In this article, I will share all my tips and tricks on getting the best deals, ways to save, where to splurge, and how to organize it all. If you are looking to travel the world, and not willing to spend your life savings, keep reading on how I afford to travel for three months! These tips can be applied by anyone (no comp rooms for reviews here!).
Bloggers have been killing the game in regards to collaborations with big brands. If you missed it, Something Navy just signed a mega deal with Nordstrom. We Wore What has been doing collaborations here and there, but this one is particularly exciting. The mega blogger launch a collection of beautiful gold jewelry with Lulu DK. On Instagram, Danielle mentioned in an emotional post that the pendants were inspired by the pendant she wears to remember her late grandfather who past away last year. Through the entire line, you can see reminders of love, inspiration, and charm that you can wear through the day.
Now a days, more and more people are trying to juggle multiple commitments and fit them all into their hectic schedules. Two of the most common to try to squeeze in are working and studying.
With so many courses available online these days, from simple courses to specialized ones like an online Master of Science in Nursing Leadership & Innovation program it has become much more of a viable option to learn and earn at the same time. However, you need to be well-organised to make sure that you give both priorities the time and commitment that they deserve. So, here are a few ways to provide the sense of balance that you are looking for.
When it comes to heading out on your next vacation, you’ll often find that you follow a bit of a pattern. It may not even be something that you’re aware of. When you think about researching your next trip, you may look for the same kinds of hotels, similar areas, and even travel in the same country. While there’s nothing wrong with that, you may find that your travel experiences are limited. There’s a big world out there, and by sticking to your same patterns, you may find that you’re missing out on seeing different cultures, meeting new people, and just enjoying what the world has to offer. So why not make a change this year?
Dubai was a treat to visit! More than anything it was the perfect place to rest my body after roaming Japan for two weeks. I ended up spending the majority of my days at the beach and the afternoons and evening shopping in the largest mall in the world… The Dubai Mall. Of course, I had to report back some new designers I discovered while there. The designs lit a fire of inspiration inside of me and I hope they do the same for you. Here are the designers I fell in love with in Dubai.
I’ve been receiving quite a few questions regarding traveling through different countries on my own. Ranging from what to pack to how I deal with language barriers. I thought I would write up a list of tips I’ve found to be helpful while it is fresh in my mind. If you haven’t seen on Instagram, I’ve traveled through Tokyo, Kyoto, Dubai, and now Patras Greece. This is my first solo trip and I am beyond grateful I took the leap. You can read all about that experience.
The world has never been smaller than it is now. Back in the olden days, goods that came from across the Atlantic would have been considered exotic. Today, we can go online or downtown, or even overseas, and see the whole world’s fashions for sale. And that means that we’re able to dress ourselves in much more global ways than ever before. From what’s on your feet and arm, to the future of clothing, we can fashion ourselves from head to toe in pieces that spans across the globe. Here’s how traveling the world through fashion is possible!
I took a weekend trip to Kyoto and it blew my mind. I had no idea what to expect when arriving by the Nozomi bullet train. I really didn’t think I would have loved it as much as I did. There is so much to see and do in the cute city. There is so much natural beauty to the town. I also know part of the reason I loved it so much, was my experience at the Millennials in Kyoto. This is not sponsored btw, this is my honest review and support to a company who is doing something awesome.