The heat is real, my friends – the heat is real. Palm Springs is known for its high temps and high fashion. We’ve had the most amazing time at The Parker Palm Springs. The hotel is an oasis. On our final day we mostly lounged and did a few of our favorite things on the property: riding bikes, playing bocce ball, drinking spiked lemonade and laying by the pool filled our last few relaxing hours.
I just couldn’t help but take a few final photos on our last day. This off-the-shoulder top from Zara has been my go to this summer! It’s airy, stays in place and has an interior smocked bodice so no additional undergarments are required if you want to keep cool. I paired the top with a super summery pair of wide-legged denim from Seafarer purchased during the Moda Operandi sale. Both pieces have been staples in this girl’s summer wardrobe.
We’ve had the best time in Palm Springs, but this party must move along. Next up, we’re off to Key West, FL. Check back next week for my Summer Friday Snapchat takeover of Rent The Runway with my fave lady Liz Teich and come back next week for my Key West looks, bites and fave spots!
xoxo, Accessories Gal
Palm Springs Travel Diary Part 5 // Top: Zara // Pants: Seafarer (on sale!) //Shoes: Chiara Ferragni (one sale!) // Bracelet: Margaret Elizabeth 16 Stone Bangle, Cartier Love Bracelet // Necklace: Custom coordinates from Coordinates Collection // Sunglasses: Dior // Hat: Panama Hat
Welcome to the amazing desert of Joshua Tree and my Palm Springs Travel Diary. My best friend and fellow adventure gal had been telling me for years about this amazing oasis in California, but I never really understood what she was saying until now – it’s like a Dr. Seuss book come to life!
My husband and I woke up at the crack of dawn on day 3 of our trip to drive to Joshua Tree for a bit of exploration. We left our hotel at 5am to arrive at about 6:30am. The temperatures at Joshua Tree climb quickly once the sun is up, so you want to start early. We spent the first half of our day rock climbing (don’t worry, you’ll get all those details in the next post), so we wanted it to be cool temps for as long as possible.
After our climbing trip we did a bit more exploration. The park is amazing and you could spend days exploring. Anyone in the area should definitely make the trip to visit. Now, I’ll be honest, I didn’t rock climb in this outfit. But the scenery was so gorgeous, I couldn’t help but plan a outfit post while we were there. I chose the coral sequined skirt because I knew it would pop in the gorgeous neutral setting of the grass, rocks and trees. The off the shoulder top has become a favorite silhouette of mine. This one from Zara is perfect for hot temps, and it’s ready for summer.
Check back next week for more Palm Springs travel to dos, outfits and a bit of rock climbing.
Palm Springs Travel Diary- Joshua Tree // Top: Zara // Skirt: J.Crew Collection (similar here) //Shoes: Christian Louboutin (similar here) // Bracelet: Cartier Love Bracelet // Sunglasses: Dior // Hat: Panama Hat