Last week I shared the details on where we stayed while we were in Waiheke Island. I think it’s true that you can “catch the travel bug” and even just writing about our journey through New Zealand got me excited for my next adventure in March. Today I’m giving you a list of our favorite things to do in Waiheke Island.
Happy Monday lovelies! Today I’m finally getting around to sharing more details from our honeymoon in New Zealand. We were fortunate enough to stay at some gorgeous properties, including The Boatshed boutique hotel, which was recommended by our travel agent. After a week of driving around the South Island and being on the go, we made sure to end our trip by relaxing for two days on Waiheke Island. In this post I’m sharing my review of The Boatshed and be sure to check out details on things to do in Waiheke Island here.
With all the travel I do, people frequently ask me what I wear to stay comfortable on planes. And, the truth is that I have two go-to travel outfits. The first I’m sharing here is a staple for me – a monochrome look. I used to spend an excessive amount of time figuring out what to wear when traveling and then it dawned on me to have an essential travel uniform. A monochrome look is easy to put together and looks so chic as you’re walking through the airport to get to your gate. I normally stick to white and grey, but a head-to-toe all black look works too. For my trip to Plano week before last, I wore my fave grey jeans (old, these are amazing and under $100!), with a turtleneck and Club Monaco grey coat.
A few months ago, I watched as gorgeous gowns made their way down the runways at New York Fashion Week and a key trend that stood out was the continual presence of a mustard yellow dress in each collection. Though I’ve never been overwhelmingly drawn to the color yellow, I’m absolutely making an exception for this stunning marigold inclination that designers are sending our way. Today I’ve rounded up all my favorite dresses, including this one from Zara and this one from ASOS.
Hello lovelies! I’m interrupting this regularly scheduled holiday content to bring you more details about our dreamy honeymoon at the St Regis Bora Bora Resort. The first thing you need to know if you’re considering a honeymoon in Bora Bora is that the best time to go is during what they call the Shoulder Season (which includes April, May and November). It’s when the island is between seasons and less touristy. If you want to know how we selected the luxurious St Regis Bora Bora Resort, why you should consider it for your honeymoon, and what I packed – keep reading!