Shauns California sunnies, obvs.
Photos by @sweatengine.
I explored Rhode Island this past weekend for the first time and it was extremely beautiful, fun and full of adventures. The beaches are beautiful, the houses are extravagant (the way I like ’em) and the food/bars were quaint and delicious. The people who live there may still dress like it’s 1996 but hey at least they have nice houses and cars to make up for it? They all looked like they were straight out of the American Eagle ads from 10 years ago, literally. It was just so blah and every girl/older women were wearing body con dresses that were so short I literally saw panties that I did not want to see… If you are looking for business opportunities, go to Newport and start a styling/image consulting company – I promise it’ll do well.
The Cliff Walk was a beautiful sight and the breeze out there was pure bliss. I loved the golden hour – so refreshing and breathtaking. There is something about the ocean that soothes the soul. I can’t describe it but it is a sensational feeling. This romper by Garage Clothing is one of my favorites. I love pieces that I can throw on and run around freely in without having to worry about flashing anyone- especially when exploring. And you may or may not love my snapback but I am obsessed with it. I love the snapback look on anyone – I think it just works. This TTHEO hat is my new favorite -simple, clean and comfortable. Try rocking a snapback – it’s fun.
Be free, have fun, explore. Live. Life is so beautiful.
Sunset at Castle Hill was a beauty. On the hike here I got about 20 bug bites but it was worth it. Just look at this beauty.
Pastiche was an amazing little bakery that is open unit really late. This little gem was packed so we got out cakes to go. #cakeoncake
Inspiration of the day:
“I am strong because I am weak. I am beautiful because I know my flaws. I am a lover because I am a fighter. I am fearless because I have been afraid. I am wise because I have been foolish. & I can laugh because I’ve known sadness.”
Song of the day: “Free Things in Life” by Kaytranada