Despite a promise to myself that we would travel less this summer, it has been yet another whirlwind of road trips and cross-country flights culminating with one last jaunt to Seattle next week for my cousin’s wedding (recommendations welcome!). Even though it’s been a fun and exciting few months, I’m ready to spend a little more time at home this fall to enjoy the feeling of being in one place for more than a week.
Whether I’m in a plane, train, or car, I inevitably get cold so bring lots of layers wherever my travels take me. I generally opt for a big scarf but after finding this wrap (currently 25% off!), I’m sold on a new look: The travel wrap. It’s like a scarf and a sweater all rolled into one, while looking magically pulled together. It’s also great for chilly restaurants or bars.
Love your style, love your looks! The wrap is definitely chic!
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The wrap is so cute! It would definitely be perfect for traveling – or a chilly office 😉
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Try Portage Bay in Seattle for brunch! It’s farm to table, and they have the most amazing toppings bar for french toast/pancakes! Their logo is “Eat Like You Give A Damn” so it can’t possibly get better than that. 🙂
Omg, this wrap looks amazing! I’m always looking for these kinds of pieces to just throw on!
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This wrap is so pretty! i love the colors and it looks so cozy! Great price too!
If you are downtown, Lola and Purple are both really delicious! If you take the water taxi from downtown, or drive to West Seattle, Salty’s is amazing and has a nice outdoor patio right on the water facing downtown. The happy hour there is pretty great!
Enjoy your time in the PNW! 🙂
Such a must have.
So cute! Also – my gold jacks are seriously my go to! XO
Tallulah’s, Ernest Loves Agnes, Volunteer Park Cafe and Luc are all great brunch and dinner spots, close to Volunteer Park (Seattle’s version of Central Park, also designed by the Olmsted brothers) and off the beaten track a bit on Capitol Hill. Madison Park (neighborhood) and the Washington Park Arboretum are also lovely (all in my neck of the woods, so I’m a bit bias)! Have fun!