This little beach was such a hidden gem. You’ve got the river. The forest and mountains. The sand. What more can a girl ask for? It’s so unlike reality and everyday NYC life that you sort of have to pinch yourself. The only sounds coming from the kids kayaking on a Saturday, throwing themselves purposefully off the boat just for laughs. The nostalgia of childhood and living completely in the moment . And one family picnic on the other side of this tiny little beach. We were on the road from Squamish to Whistler in Canada, the most peaceful drive in the whole entire world. There’s something about the Pacific Northwest that’s so comforting. Those gloomy skies are like a little safety blanket the entire way. Passing farms and homes sitting by the mountain in what feels like the middle of nowhere. It’s totally one place where everyone knows everyone. You can pick a sandwich made by the local farmer. Juice from the only juice truck in town. It’s nice to have a taste of that slow paced lifestyle. Where you can actually sit and breath in the freshest of air, free from any chaos. Once again it was one of those trips that I packed absolutely anything and so you learn to mix and match with what you’ve got. Loads of black and cashmere and this one leather trench to wear on the plane and everywhere in between. Always bring a belt because a belt makes everything look better. Oh, and gotta have those Fenty x Puma by Rihanna sneakers. I love a fresh pair of kicks that just hit the shelves. It’s just another something you and your friends can talk about in the car ride home.


// Kate Spade leather trench coat, 360 Cashmere dress, VEDA belt, Fenty x Puma sneakers //

23 Responses to FREE FROM THE CHAOS

  1. Maria | Looking Glass says:

    Stunning photos! It is pretty crazy how much a difference an hour out of the city makes. This past weekend my boyfriend and I went to the Sunshine Coast across from Squamish and it felt like a different world (and I live in Vancouver) xx


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