If you have been following me on my Blog @thestylepath, you may already know that I just came back from Sedona, AZ. When I was planning my vacation back in March, I wanted something calm, a place I can take yoga classes, hike, and see some beautiful scenic views. I fell on Sedona for exactly that, the beautiful and breath taking views of the Red Rocks.
Now, Arizona isn't known for it’s fashion. People in Sedona live for Spiritual Gangster and sneakers, which although is my gym attire, it is far from what I wear everyday . The tiny shops around the tourist stops were filled with turquoise and amber Native America inspired gem stone jewelry. Everything being sold around us was hand crafted and vintage. When planning my outfits, I planned around the earthy tones of the red rocks: Black, honey, and slight reds. I always incorporate what in my head I thought the sky would look like; blues mixed with teal. Since I was staying for a few days, I had to pack light so I settled on my favorite dresses, and packaged some of my new Lulu Lemon workout clothes. There was no question that my Autumn Maple stack would be the staple surrounding my Arizona Arm Candy. The earthy feel of Autumn Maple was perfect for the Sedona landscape and would go with all my outfits that I had planned. I have been rocking these two bracelets since last fall and took them into the summer, and back into the fall. I love the soft Amber feel which falls perfectly with black, green, burgundy, turquoise and peach. I incorporate the colors into my “Sedona Vibes Arm Candy”.
Welcome to my Sedona Vibes Wardrobe!
A Little Black Dress: Sedona Style.
I love this high-low BCBG Generation Dress. There are not may pieces in my closet that I can say I have worn multiple times and in so many different ways. Not only is this dress perfect for dinner, weddings, or just a stroll with flats, but it is the perfect piece to pack when traveling. The light weight fabric makes it easy to fold and pack, not to mention it’s wrinkle free!
I paired this perfect dress with two Autumn Maple bracelets, my staple gold bracelet, a black and cream arm candy, and for a pop of color, a teal bracelet. I didn't want to appear too dressy on my getaway so I packed a single pair of Aldo ankle gladiator sandals and my Hidden Hill’s Kylie Jenner Quays.
Dress: Bcbg Generation @ SorellaBella Boutique
Sunglasses: Quay @ SorellaBella Boutique
ArmCandy: Oriana Lamarca
Emerald Meets Autumn Maple
A few weeks ago while stopping at the Grove for lunch, I found this gorgeous emerald green and maple wrap in Free People. I LIVE for anything emerald green, so I knew this wrap would easily make it into my wardrobe and not to mention at less than $60 dollars it was a steal. I layered this peace over a cream JACK dress that I had modeled in Red Bank Spring Fashion show. Both pieces were easy to fold and with the earthy colors of the wrap and dress, this made for a perfect transition outfit. For a pop of color, I added my orange snake skin Atelier Urbina clutch. Perfect for a night out on the Sedona town.
Wrap: Free People
Dress: Jack @SorellaBella
Bag: Altelier Urbina
ArmCandy: Orinana Lamarca
Maple meets Crochet
I bought this dress right after booking my Sedona trip. The crochet just reminded me of the native feel that the beautiful rocks had to offer me. It was easy and could be a staple piece due to the crochet’s fabric’s natural color. Furthermore, I can pair this with any color to make a statement. I surrounded this dress’ theme around the orange and neutral tones.
Dress: Fashion Nova
Bag: Alterlier Urbina
ArmCandy: Oriana Lamarca