Three Easy Ways for Men to Look Seasonally Stylish

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This may come as a surprise, but dressing up for the holidays is not a concept relegated to just the ladies. But have no fear, fellas: seasonal doesn’t have to mean sparkly and over the top.

Instead, guys can just as easily embrace the style and spirit of the season by making subtle tweaks to their existing wardrobe. For a look that’s festive for everything from cocktails to countdowns, consider these three fail-proof tips and tricks for getting men in the sartorial swing of things.

GIFTED GENTS

For the guy who needs a little help in the fashion department, the holidays are the perfect opportunity for loved ones to gift him the items he needs to flaunt his seasonal style.

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Shinola and J.Crew Mens Shop carry the coolest modern gear that’s steeped in timeless design. From socks and journals to an always-practical watch, both stores offer covetable items at every price.

Nike and Under Armour Brand House also have the perfect array of gift options for men. Whether for their off-duty look or for actually hitting the gym, performance apparel is a must in every guy’s wardrobe.

1100945_22_Kiehls_DMI_AgeDefender_Dopp_srgb_loresFor stocking stuffers and smaller gifts for office mates and friends, grooming sets from Kiehl’s Since 1851 are well-received gifts that many men love but often would not get for themselves.

HOLIDAY HUES

For the guy who has his wardrobe under control yet is looking to inject a stronger holiday vibe, consider introducing a little color in the form of muted tones and subtle patterns to button-down shirts, pocket squares and neck ties. Try not to do all three at once, of course, but choose an area or two to focus on, then mix plaid, tartan, stripes and Fair Isle in with solid basics.

 

Also, consider introducing a pine-green palette in the form of a neck tie, a merlot hue on a pocket square, or even a gray-green shade on a quilted vest. Punched-up earthy tones still pair well with the grey, black and brown staples, while also adding a festive touch.

JCrewPlaidMid-weight flannel shirts with a red-and-green plaid motif are another no-brainer this time of year. J.Crew Mens Shop has a variety of colors and fabrics that pair perfectly with dark jeans or broken-in chinos. It’s a look that moves seamlessly from holiday lunch to late-night cocktails.

The elevated basics at Vince also provide the perfect foundation for a family gathering or an office party. Simply throw on a suede bomber jacket for an instantly pulled-together look. Schott NYC also makes tried-and-true leather jackets that any guy would be thrilled to receive and wear year round.

WELL SUITED

When it comes to holiday suiting, think cozy, textured and tailored. A gorgeous wool suit always works this time of year, especially when paired with a cable-knit cardigan instead of the matching blazer. Opt for deep blue, charcoal grey and warm brown tones, and pair with a sweater vest in a brighter color underneath as well as some crisp sneakers to soften the look.

TOPSHOP TOPMAN does fashion-forward and tailored like no one else, plus its suits feature surprise flourishes that are perfect for this time of year.

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Throw on a pair of Cole Haan oxfords for a more traditional touch, and it’s a holiday look that is sure to turn heads.

For a slightly more casual suit look, a tailored blazer from Barneys New York or TOPSHOP TOPMAN, plus a pair of dark denim jeans from PAIGE or Vince is a more relaxed way of approaching a holiday party or outing.

Finish off the look with shades from Illesteva for the final punctuation on a truly Southern Californian holiday ensemble.

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Medium Hard Linen Journal, Shinola, $19.99; The Guardian Watch, Shinola, $675; Age Defender Collection, Kiehl’s Since 1851, $88; Wallace & Barnes Heavyweight Flannel Shirts, J.Crew Mens Shop, $98, photo credit: @jcrewmens; Jagger Wingtip Oxford, Cole Haan, $139.95, photo credit: @colehaan;
Mykonos II, Illesteva, $177, photo credit: @illesteva

Fall Into the Season With a New Fragrance Wardrobe

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Temperatures in Southern California may not dip drastically this time of year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t take a few minor measures to make it feel more autumnal.

A great place to start is by switching up your fragrances. In the coming months, nudge those bottles of light, fruity and floral scents to the back of your vanity and opt for musky, Oriental, spicy, warm-vanilla notes instead. These fall-friendly aromas instantly transport you to a cozier place where a plaid wool coat, cashmere sweater and suede stack-heel boots make sense.

The new Nirvana fragrances from Elizabeth and James pretty much sum up the spicy, full-bodied scents synonymous with the season. Recently launched, Nirvana Bourbon has distinct notes of vanilla bourbon, oakwood and tuberose. This is a sexy, seductive vanilla go-to for those who love a hint of sweetness, but in a more mature version that works both day and night.

Another new addition to the Elizabeth and James fragrance family is Nirvana Rose, which is anything but your grandma’s rose perfume. With notes of geranium, vetiver and rose de mai, there is a depth to this blend that cuts the sometimes powdery and cloying characteristics of rose.

Another fall favorite is Jo Malone’s newest blend, Basil & Neroli, which fills the air with spice and flirty neroli. With notes of basil and white musk, it is perfect for the person who typically loves bright scents for summer, but wants a slightly bolder alternative in the cooler months.

And for anyone seeking seductive sophistication, Charlotte Tilbury’s recently launched fragrance, Scent of a Dream, is definitely worth a spritz or two. Bottom notes of patchouli, musk, amber and precious woods anchor flirty top notes of lemon, peach and mandarin. Middle notes are unabashedly feminine and floral, and include tuberose, jasmine and violet.

Whether floral or woodsy, musky or spicy, each of these scents is a decidedly decadent accessory for the velvet and shearling patiently waiting to be worn in the coming months.

5 Ways to Edit Your Closet for Fall

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In Southern California, where the weather can remain scorching well into September, it may be hard to get excited about cooler weather and the chic wardrobe that comes along with it.

But, rest assured, jacket weather will be here before we know it. Soon, knit sweaters will move to the front of the wardrobe rotation and ankle boots will begin replacing the tasseled sandals that saw us through summer.

To prep and edit your closet effectively, consider these five tips and tricks for creating an efficient working wardrobe this fall.

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A daily uniform is not as monotonous as it sounds. It simply means recognizing your go-to styles for work, weekends and going out. Once those basic silhouettes and pieces are identified, you will have an easier time getting dressed day to day, especially during a harried morning.

Whether it’s a suit, jeans and a nice blouse, or a more fashion-forward ensemble, establish what is going to be appropriate for your daily environment throughout the changing season. Make tops such as long-sleeved button-downs, lightweight sweaters and wool suiting the focus of your closet so that such essentials are visible and easily accessible.

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Many of the heavier items you rely on for fall and winter may have gotten a bit musty over the last few months. Whether they have pilled fabric or a distinguishable mothball scent, heavy sweaters, coats, scarves and hats may need to take a trip to the dry cleaner. That way, they’ll be ready to go as soon as the temperatures start to dip.

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Identify the pieces that make sense splurging on this season. If you rely on a functional yet chic workbag to tote around daily, consider making this an investment piece. The same goes for your clothing. Make the timeless pieces teeter toward the higher end, while purchasing trendy items (namely a bomber jacket, a cape jacket, body suits or metallic items) at favorite street-style stops like TOPSHOP TOPMAN and XXI Forever, where trends are rampant and the quality still holds up.

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Making room for heavier pieces may require boxing and shelving those lightweight rompers, denim shorts, off-the-shoulder blouses and mini dresses. Consider buying a few airtight containers to store hot-weather gear. Just be sure to label the boxes’ contents so that if you travel somewhere warm or L.A. has an all-too-common heat wave, you can easily grab those sandals and dresses.

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Ankle boots (both heeled and flat) are the perfect transitional footwear. Wear them with kicky dresses while the weather is still warm; then, throw them on with jeans, a sweater and coat once fall really settles in. Stack heels are still really on trend with all footwear, but particularly with boots. Lace-up boots also feel very current and add a slightly casual touch to your look, making them more versatile for work and play.​

How to Celebrate Labor Day With a Stylish and Laid-Back BBQ

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Once Labor Day rolls around, there’s an overwhelming sense that the long weekend is summer’s last hoorah. And while that’s really only true as far as the calendar is concerned, it’s still an ideal time to celebrate the changing of the seasons in style.

A classic backyard BBQ is the perfect get-together for friends and neighbors. When planning, consider rustic details, a neutral color palette and playful ideas for kids. And don’t forget, of course, aseenty of cocktails for the adults.

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As we move away from the height of summer, think about colors and serving pieces that feel more transitional, just as you would with your wardrobe. Say so long to bright plates or gingham tablecloths, and try a simple piece of burlap as a table runner or an ivory cotton tablecloth punctuated by Mediterranean-blue plates or placemats.

Gather baskets in varying sizes and line them with a simple white linen napkin. Place pita chips, nuts and finger foods along the table for guests to nosh on before dinner is served. For a little table foliage, get green stems (the ones usually reserved for filler in a floral bouquet) and build small bunches of monochromatic arrangements through the center. Any old jars (labels removed) or mismatched vases will look elegantly undone.

Choose a signature cocktail to serve in addition to the several bottles of wine lining the table. An Aperol Spritz is a favorite warm-weather drink and is easy to make.

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Serves 1
Sparkling wine (such as prosecco or cava)
1 shot Aperol
1 shot club soda
1 slice orange

Fill a tumbler or large wine glass with ice. Fill the glass 2/3 full with sparkling wine. Add the shot of Aperol. Top with club soda. Stir well. Then add the orange slice.

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Projecting a showbox movie that everyone can watch once dinner is done and the sun is setting is always a crowd pleaser. If you own or can borrow a projector, simply set it up and project a film onto a stretched white sheet. You can download showbox apk to watch movies.

Some chocolate-covered popcorn (or any variation thereof) serves as a welcome dessert during the film.

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2 quarts popped popcorn
1/4 cup cocoa powder
1/2 cup butter
1 teaspoon vanilla
3/4 cup sugar
1/4 cup corn syrup
1 cup peanuts

Preheat oven to 250 degrees. Oil a 10×15-inch baking pan, including sides.

Place popcorn and peanuts into a large metal bowl and set aside. Stir together the sugar, corn syrup, cocoa powder and butter in a saucepan over medium-high heat until it comes to a boil. Boil for 2 minutes. Stir in the vanilla; then pour over the popcorn. Stir until the popcorn is well coated.

Spread the popcorn in the prepared pan. Bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes, stirring several times.

Remove from oven and allow to cool to room temperature.

Break into small clumps and serve. Keep napkins nearby!

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Since it’s a casual affair, keep the attire cool and classic. A breezy peasant-style dress with a pair of gladiator sandals and some gorgeous gold bangles is a winning look. Top it off with a denim jacket as the sun goes down. And don’t forget to place some throw blankets around the backyard for guests to use to warm up should the temperatures dip.

White-Hot Fashion to Rock Before (and After) Labor Day

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Traditional sartorial rules state that it’s a faux pas to wear white after Labor Day. Thankfully, fashion has evolved, and white is not only welcomed after Labor Day, it’s expected. After all, what would December be without a luxe winter-white après-ski look?

Indeed, white is a timeless alternative to black and denim, and has joined the two as a neutral mainstay in any well-edited wardrobe.

No matter which season it is, a pair of cropped white jeans will always look fresh. Pair them with a denim shirt or white top, as well as brown leather gladiator sandals for these last weeks of hot summer weather. Then, transition them into fall by pairing with a black-and-white striped T-shirt, black ankle boots, and either a black leather moto jacket or a classic denim topper.

And those gauzy, peasant-style white tops that were a summer staple? They’re still perfectly suitable for fall when tucked into a pair of high-waisted jeans and worn with some large gold hoop earrings from snapchat for pc

A transitional jacket, such as a beige trench coat or green military-inspired jacket, always pops against white and adds that necessary extra layer for when the weather finally starts to cool. Conversely, a sharply tailored white coat looks stunning against bold separates, including cropped black trousers and a brightly colored blouse.

Also, there’s no denying the enduring power of the white sneaker. Whether an Adidas Stan Smith or a canvas Superga, white sneakers have become a versatile staple for more than just the athleisure look. Wear them with long dresses, wide-leg culottes or leather shorts for a fresh, unexpected contrast between chic and casual.

So, spend Labor Day in breezy white pieces, while savoring the last long weekend of the season. Just be sure to get those whites dry cleaned because you’ll be needing them in the months ahead.

Fashion Advice From Melissa Magsaysay, Lesson 3

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It’s always tempting to move kids into mini-me mode, especially while back-to-school wardrobe shopping. This fall, the runway-to-recess vibe is easier than ever as several of the biggest trends for fall easily can be duplicated in littler sizes.

But it’s not all fashion for fashion’s sake. These particular trends are also practical for the little ones.

Consider the following fall 2016 looks for creating stand-out style that’s appropriate for school while still letting your kid’s personality shine.

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PufferCoatsTory Burch channeled a sporty, ’70s equestrian look throughout its fall collection, and this cool puffer coat in a vibrant shade of cobalt is a perfect example of how form and function can comingle effortlessly.

Try a bold-colored topper to throw over any outfit. The color helps a child stand out (especially on a crowded school yard), brings a cheery feel to his or her overall ensemble, and provides some much-needed warmth when the temperatures start to dip. Plus, the gorgeous cobalt blue is a timeless, gender-neutral option so siblings can share and pass it down.

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ShinyAccentsPlaying up a sporty ’70s aesthetic, Lacoste incorporated plenty of dramatic materials into its fall collection, including chic and shiny ponchos, skirts and tops.

After all, what kid doesn’t love something a bit shiny? Whether it’s an embellished detail on a shirt or an entire jacket made from a slick material, replicate this statement-making style with something that helps your child shine even more than he or she already does.

 

 

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FlowerPowerThe cool, quirky look of Gucci is bound to influence just about every fashion-filled closet this fall. With metallic, floral and fringy motifs, it’s anything goes in the best way possible.

The eclectic nature of Gucci at the moment naturally lends to the fun and funky way kids love to dress. Go with an exaggerated floral theme on a dress, sweatshirt or just about anything to show that even the most standard themes can feel exciting again.

 

 

 

 

On the hunt for catwalk-to-classroom looks? Swing by The Grove on Sunday, August 14 for the Fashion Mamas LA Kids Fashion Fair! Enjoy a stylish kids fashion show in The Park and shop back-to-school looks from Gap, Pottery Barn Kids, Splendid and more!

Plus, study our cheat sheet for all the back-to-school events, tenant offers and styling tips you need to ensure your child makes the fashion honor roll this school year.

Fashion Advice From Melissa Magsaysay: School of Style, Lesson 2

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Considering that getting back into the rhythm of school after a long, carefree summer can be tough to say the least, the temptation to wear tried-and-true, comfy sweats, or pajama pants and a lived-in tee is understandable.

But that doesn’t mean it’s ideal.

With incredibly stylish alternatives available at The Grove, those frumpy, oversized sweats have no place in a back-to-school routine. Whether testing out the athleisure look, getting playful with your denim or rocking a silk bomber jacket, there are myriad ways to ensure comfy still means chic.

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Truth be told, the pajama-set look is a major trend, so you can successfully wear sleepwear-inspired pieces and still stay at the head of the class, style wise.

Nothing is more comfortable or forgiving than an elastic tubemate waist. Pair these with a slightly cropped, boxy T-shirt, simple slides and a denim jacket for a casual, off-duty look.

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A sweet and simple dress is actually the easiest look to throw on each morning (even after a late-night study session). Just pair with some high-top sneakers and mirrored sunglasses, then dash to class.

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The bomber jacket is the smartest sartorial hack of the season because it adds instant cuteness to pretty much anything happening underneath.

TOPSHOP TOPMAN has a reversible version that is especially great because you get extra mileage out of just one piece. Pair it with cropped black jeans and a cool white T-shirt, and you’re sure to stand out as the style star on campus.

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Let a pair of embellished or embroidered jeans do all of the work for you. Each is like a jolt of instant style and can be worn with super simple pieces like a plain T-shirt or a half-tucked button-down.

Study our cheat sheet for all the back-to-school events, tenant offers and styling tips you need to make the fashion honor roll this school year. Click here.

FASHION ADVICE FROM MELISSA MAGSAYSAY: BEACH AND POOLSIDE MUST-HAVES

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From swimsuits to sun protection, gearing up for a summer by the shore (or pool) has never looked so good.

We may be spoiled by the year-round, temperate Southern California climate, but that doesn’t mean we don’t look forward to summer and the multitude of aquatic activities involved.

Whether it’s family days filled with beach volleyball and bodyboarding, or poolside barbecues and games, spending summer days and nights by the water really can’t be beat.

As the temps continue to go up, so does the need for sun protection. Consider sunscreen sticks in a sport-ready formula. They are easy to apply and won’t run into eyes, even if you start to sweat or go for a swim. For more stylish options, swimwear with built-in UPF helps guard delicate skin from harmful rays and alleviate some worries about playing outdoors all day.

Hats also help prevent sunburns in addition to a thick layer of sunscreen.  From the classic Panama to a fun and vibrant version festooned with pom-poms, a great summer hat is an accessory must-have.

And no trip to the ocean or pool is complete without the right food and games. Outdoor versions of tic-tac-toe and classic horseshoes will keep everyone entertained when not swimming, while a travel-sized, high-heat grill will cook up the perfect beachside burgers.

Being prepared with effective, water-ready essentials is key for any Southern Californian this summer. Whether you manage to get to the coast a couple times in the next few months or every weekend, having the right gear always makes the experience more enriching and, of course, stylish.

If you are interested in any of these items for purchase, please contact our concierge at 323.900.8080.

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Fashion Advice from Melissa Magsaysay:
Summer Style

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The events synonymous with summer are some of the most exciting and adventurous, though dressing for them is often not the easiest.

Also, when the weather is warm and the sun is beaming, standing in front of your closet contemplating an outfit is the last place you want to be spending the gorgeous daylight hours.

Dodge the struggle altogether by following these foolproof tips to looking effortlessly chic at all of summer’s main events.

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CA_blog_fourthofjuly_v1aFashion Dilemma:
Dressing festive without looking like the American flag.

Style Solution:
Sure, the Fourth of July is a prime opportunity for sporting stars, stripes, red, white and blue. But try not to wear all of them at once. Instead, opt for pops of patriotic color paired with denim or a neutral khaki. Also, earrings, sneakers or a tote bag are perfect places to showcase a star motif when heading to a long-weekend barbecue.

Break up an all-white outfit with a raffia bag, straw-boater hat and a hit of navy in a crewneck sweater, which is a useful layering piece come sundown.

 

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CA_blog_weddings_v1aFashion Dilemma:
Finding the right dress and shoes for wedding season.

Style Solution:
Floral prints, especially on a long dress, feel right for weddings held in a garden or other outdoor settings. Consider Calvin Klein’s moody florals or the prairie-style blooms festooned across the dresses in Coach’s spring/summer collection. Both versions feel romantic and summery but will also transition easily into fall.

Also, resist the urge to wear sky-high strappy or lace-up sandals if the ceremony or reception is being held on grass. Spiky heels will sink if the ground is even the slightest bit damp and make for a precarious walking situation. Wedges or flats could be the best option and are certainly less painful for dancing through the night.

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CA_blog_travel_v1aFashion Dilemma:
Feeling comfortable yet looking chic.

Styling Solution:
The number one rule for summer travel is to dress in layers. Try a foundation of charcoal-colored, slightly slouchy, cropped sweatpants and a black or white linen T-shirt or button-down. Leather Vans slip-on sneakers or cool leather mules from Vince make those security checks move faster, plus look really good. Bring a Madewell denim jacket and drapey scarf along and it’s luxe-looking, first-class comfort all the way.

 


 


 

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Find Out What LA’s Most Stylish Tastemakers Are Packing For Their Summer Travels

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As summer rolls around, wanderlust tends to grow in all of us. And really, between school being out and the temperatures being favorable around most of the world, there’s no better time to pack a suitcase and escape somewhere to unwind and enjoy the local food, culture and landscape.

In addition to the dreamy nature of the destination, there is plenty of glamour in what one packs to wear and enjoy while there. Personally, I look forward to packing because it’s like putting together a highly edited selection of the best pieces of your wardrobe.

For your summer adventures, I recommend starting with a piece or two of Tumi luggage for its durability and timeless design. A smaller must-have is Caudalie’s travel-sized Beauty Elixir, which is a refreshing and moisturizing mist that keeps skin glowing in the air and on-the-ground. And finally, Beats headphones and an iPad stocked with movies, magazines and TV shows are essential for making the flight more fun.

For other travel picks, we’ve tapped Los Angeles’ most stylish tastemakers from the fashion, lifestyle and beauty industries to share where they’re headed this summer and what their in-flight and on-the-ground fashion, beauty and wellness essentials are for ensuring a chic and healthy stay.

 

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Nicole Chavez Nicole Chavez
Celebrity Stylist
Destination: Oahu, Hawaii
@nicolechavezstyle“My husband and I were married in Hawaii, so it holds a special place in our hearts. Now we’re returning with the whole family for some much-needed R&R. We love spending time on the beach with the kids, snorkeling and taking long walks. Hawaii forces you to slow down and enjoy all the little moments.”

 

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Gregory Arlt Gregory Arlt
M-A-C Cosmetics Director of Makeup Artistry
Destination: Kauai, Hawaii
@gregoryarlt“I have been there about three times previously and I adore it. One of the things I love most about Kauai is how remote and rural it is and feels. I can really check out and hang my mental ‘do not disturb’ sign on my soul and being. There are a few remote, tourist-free beaches I love going to and will definitely be making appearances at. As well, I love The Dolphin Restaurant and Bar Acuda in Hanalei and will for sure be having a meal (or seven) there. If nerves permit, I’ll also go ziplining for the first time when I go!”

 

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Hayden Slater Hayden Slater
Co-founder and CEO of Pressed Juicery
Destination: Rome, Florence & Capri
@haydenslater“I have one of my oldest friend’s weddings in Florence and decided to extend [the trip] a little bit and also visit Rome and Capri—two of my favorite places. I am most looking forward to eating and relaxing a lot.”

 

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Sarah Gibson Tuttle Sarah Gibson Tuttle
CEO of Olive & June
Destination: Mill Valley, CA
@gibsontuttle“We rented a cozy, rustic cabin in the Muir Woods (located in Mill Valley, CA) with our families. We’ve all traveled to Mill Valley before, but it will be our first time staying in Muir Woods,” says Gibson Tuttle of their getaway.

 

Barrett Prendergast Barrett Prendergast
Founder of Valleybrink Road
Destination: Mill Valley, CA
@valleybrinkroadOn what she, Sarah and their families plan to do while there: “I love cooking on vacation,” says Prendergast. “I am looking forward to making yummy breakfasts, going on day hikes, and relaxing in the evening with some rosé.”

 

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Joyce Lee Joyce Lee
Creative Director of Madewell
Destination: Sedona, Arizona
@joycejjoyce_“This is my first time to Sedona. I plan on having a holiday to relax by the pool in the desert, surrounded by the red rocks. I’m looking forward to lounging by the pool, checking out the Red Rock State Park and having a picnic with my family.”

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