Sunday, March 26, 2017

Weekend in Yosemite

Our son visited us for his Spring Break last weekend and we took a quick overnight trip up to Yosemite because we heard a rumor there was still snow up there.  We had only been up there during a Spring Break a few years ago and we barely caught any snow back then.  Needless to say we were excited about the prospect of going back.  We spent the weekend wandering around, hiking around the valley and then made a quick trip back to Badger Pass to see the skiers enjoying themselves.

I decided to make packing for the quick trip very simple and stuck to neutral creams, greys, and black colors.  I made a last minute decision to wear the Uggs I ruined last month since I knew I was going to be wandering around the cold up there and I brought my Sorel boots to wander around in the snow.  It worked out really well as I didn't have to worry about what to wear while we were there and everything went with each other.  I bought this cape scarf last Christmas as a gift because I love mine (seen here and here) but the recipient confided that she didn't really have a use for it and gave it back to me.  Since I loved the blue plaid one so much, I decided to keep this one and I am glad I did because I still wear both on a regular basis.

Yosemite was wonderful and it was such a great opportunity for our family to spend time together.  We went back to a couple of our favorite eateries and walked and walked and walked around together. We finished the trip with a snowball fight that I was spared because I was holding my SLR most of the time.

I Am Wearing:

One: c/o Angela Mara Tank | Banana Republic Cardigan | Lou & Grey Leggings | Ugg Boots

Two: J. Crew Sweater & Hat | Hue Fleece Leggings | c/o Sorel Boots | Balenciaga Sunnies

Both Days: J. Crew Cape Scarf | Bauble Bar Necklace | Macy's Earrings | Coach Crossbody

Everday Jewelry: Custom Garnet Ring (similar) | Cartier Ring | Apple Watch

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