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London, Paris, Milan, Nice

My First Eurotrip – Love and Terror.

In July of last year, my close friend Joma and I ventured to Europe. We passed through London, Paris, Milan and Nice by plane and train within a total of two weeks. I have to admit, of all the trips I had been on and hadΒ coming down the pipeline at the time, this was the one I was least excited about. There were a few reasons for this: Europe isΒ definitely one of the more heavily explored continents in the world and I prefer to venture to less "touristy" destinations. I prefer nature trips over city trips any day, an[...]
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San Francisco

Raden: The Intersection of Travel, Tech, and Taste.

I've been searching for the perfect luggage for a really long time - for that perfect design that's both incredibly smart, and extremely stylish. Because my blog focuses on travel, tech, and taste, I was on the hunt for luggage that's the intersection of all 3; but while it seems like it should be the standard, my search proved otherwise. While there are several on the market with tons of features, new and innovative designs, and pleasing aesthetics, I found that if one leaned heavier towards one aspect, it was often lacking[...]
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The Colors of Malta.

Posted In: BeautifuLife | Europe | Malta | Style
When my boyfriend and I decided we were traveling to Malta for NYE, I was determined to find a dress that would match the neutral nude/beige colors and textures of the European island. While Malta isn't really colorful like so many other European countries, I find its primarily monochromatic aesthetic to be incredibly beautiful. You'll find hints of Italian, British, and even a little French influence, but it's this natural limestone-induced architecture that is the authentic and traditional Maltese feel that is indica[...]
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Traveling in Style With Gabbiano Luggage.

I never thought I'd actually really care about what my luggage looked like, because for the most part, the only people who really see you when you travel are the TSA and airline workers - no need to impress there. But functionality, durability, and security have always mattered to me. Travel can be quite the hassle on its own, so the last thing I want or need is luggage that slows me down or is too easily accessible (and I've had both). Thanks to the heavy amount of traveling I've done this year, I've tested various si[...]
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Tanner in Tanner Goods.

Posted In: Asia | BeautifuLife | Philippines | Style
It's pretty amazing when your freshly tanned skin color goes so well with the golden brown hues of the leather goods you are wearing, and it's even better when the name of the brand you are wearing speaks for both its products, and you (literally). This day in the Philippines I was wearing my Narrow Belt and Vanguard Saddle Bag, both in Saddle Tan by Tanner Goods (how appropriate right?). All of their leather goods are handcrafted, beautifully designed, and of the utmost quality; and I really commend the creative team be[...]
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Mixed Patterns.

Posted In: BeautifuLife | Europe | Greece | Style
Hi. I've been MIA. It's been insanely hectic/busy these last couple months (in the best way), so I can't complain, but I AM sorry for my absence. Truly! I've got a number of new style posts in the pipeline, but I can't post them without posting the rest of my style posts from Greece first. Most days I don't mix a lot of patterns/prints at all, but when I'm traveling, especially in a tropical location, I can go pretty crazy with the textures, patterns, and prints. And I love it. :) On this gorgeous day in Santo[...]
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