Weekend Adventure: San Luis Obispo

This past weekend, my boyfriend Jake visited me in San Luis Obispo, CA for his spring break! Since Jake and I are long distance between Arizona + California, we have to plan ahead to see each other. 

Lucky for us, I live in the cutest town that has SO many fun things to do. I've noticed it's become a hot spot for bloggers to come visit, and I can see why! 

Today I'm sharing some of the adventures Jake and I had, and a video vlog is coming next week with even more amazing places :)

I had some presentations + an art gallery to show at on Saturday, but on Sunday the exploring began! When Jake visited me 2 years ago, we went to Montaña de Oro for the first time. It's so gorgeous there, we knew we had to go back. 

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There's always room for a dance party, am I right? ;) 

But seriously, check out that blue water. This place is insanely pretty! 

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Obviously I am really good at focusing my camera...Note to self, bring the tripod + remote next time!

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Possibly my favorite shot from the weekend? I just love the contrast of fog + flowers! 

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Last time we were at Moñtana de Oro, Jake and I carved our initials into one of the benches, so we had to keep the tradition going. We also searched for our old initials, but more about that in the vlog....

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We found this little nook tucked in between the rocks that was so cool. It had a perfect view of the water, so we just sat and relaxed there for a while. 

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So we didn't stay at the Madonna Inn because I have my own house haha, but I'm dying to one day! But we did stop in for chocolate malts + sweet potato fries after our hike. This is weirdly the only photo I took of the hotel, but I have a lot of footage to go through of the cute, HOT pink interior. 

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Jake's aunt + uncle recently moved to Solvang, which is a cute Danish inspired town about 40 minutes south of San Luis Obispo. We visited them for the day and went to this really fun antique store called Piece of the Past. Antiquing is one of my favorite things to do, so I had a blast. 

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I am still dying over both of these shelves and wish I had space for one in my room now. The store made me very excited to move into a new place next year after graduation and start decorating! 

It was so nice to see Jake and adventure together. Lucky for me, I am heading to Arizona for my spring break this week, so I get to already see him again tomorrow! 

Stay tuned for our upcoming weekend vlog that will go live on my Youtube channel on Tuesday. Jake and I may have filmed another video together too...so that's coming as well! Thanks so much for stopping by today + joining our adventure!

OOTD_75: "Disorder and Disarray"

DSC_0661 I think this may have been the first time I've worn these high waisted cheetah print jeans on the blog, and really not sure why because I love how wild they are. I knew I needed to pair them up with my new Litas because the wood tone in the heels went so well with the color of the pants. I balanced the bottom of the outfit out with neutrals, but made sure they were edgy pieces. I think my cross tee, leather jacket, and spiked headband are just that.

The song for today's outfit post is "Disorder and Disarray"by Rancid. Listen along here while you view!








white cross tee_DIY, see my tutorial here cheetah print jeans_BDG by Urban Outfitters, sale, similar available here leather jacket_H&M platforms_Jeffrey Campbell Litas, from Plato's Closet. I'm also loving these Jeffrey Campbell's spiked headband_Urban Outfitters, sale round sunnies_Target

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