Brights

Sun, sea, friends, mocktails and bright colors. Those are the ingredients for a perfect start of the day! When friends come to visit you, you take a day off (especially if it's a Monday!) and just enjoy life with them! And that's exactly what happened here. Drink at one of the most beautiful hotels on the island, followed by a dip in the crystal clear waters and a yummy lunch was just what we all needed :)

Panama hat: H&M - Jacket: Vince Camuto - Top & Shorts: Abercrombie & Fitch - Shoes: Giuseppe Zanotti - Bag: Céline

24 hours in Burlington, Vermont

During our road trip we visited so many beautiful small cities. One of the prettiest was definitely Burlington. The marketplace on Church street was adorable with small independent shops alongside bigger brandname stores, its colorful mural and the red brick buildings all around.

The weather was a bit unpredictable so I opted for a versatile look:
Shirt: Polo Ralph Lauren - Jeans: Abercrombie & Fitch - Shoes: Chanel
 

The waterfront on the lake Champlain was lined with typical seafood restaurant and colorful flowers and made the perfect landscape for pretty pictures.

Next stop on our #ShopWearRepeatRoadTrip is Montreal! Pictures coming soon!

Breathtaking White Mountains

The second stop of our road trip was the White Mountains National Park in New Hampshire. We stayed at the Eagle Mountain House and Golf Club and we loved absolutely everything about it! The location was unbeatable, the history of the hotel fascinating and food was excellent!

For the drive there I chose an easy, laid-back outfit and paired it with some bold red lips:
Denim shirt and destroyed white jeans: Abercrombie & Fitch - Espadrilles: Chanel - Bag: Louis Vuitton - Racoon's tail (not real!): Evolution.

Brooch: Chanel - Bracelet: Hermès.

This beautifully set up veranda was one of our favorite spots to relax after a hike or a day visiting the small city.

The view was just indescribable. I can only imagine how incredible the mountains must look in the winter, all covered in snow!

When it first opened in 1879, the original Eagle Mountain House & Golf Club accommodated 12 guests, modest beginnings for what would be one of New Hampshire’s premier resorts. Today the hotel is recognized as a Historic Hotel of America by the National Trust historic preservation, it now offers 92 heritage accommodations and suites that strive to maintain the historic nature of the inn.

Can we talk about how perfect and cute this little mountain house is?

We decided to leave from the hotel and hike to a nearby river and we arrived to this:

Is this real life??

Our couple of days here were absolutely extraordinary and we left feeling completely reborn.