Thursday, September 26, 2013

Proper Hiking Attire








 
Yesterday my boyfriend and I decided to explore a small riverbed/hiking trail near his new house. We have been driving past a very pretty part of it for a few weeks now and finally found the time to park, get out, and explore.

I wear heels most days, so it was no surprise to either of us that I happened to be wearing super inappropriate gear for a hike - but I managed somehow. Note to self: start keeping flats in my trunk! At least I had my new hat to shield my eyes from the setting sun. I found it for $7 earlier this week and have been aching to create an outfit around it. I paired it with these See By Chloe wide leg jeans and a simple teeshirt for a 70s vibe.

We had a great time walking around, talking about our day and catching up. My boyfriend and I live about 45 minutes apart from each other, and while that's not a long distance relationship, it can sometimes feel that way. We talk on the phone regularly, but there's no substitute for being together in person. It was a nice treat to be able to have a log conversation in such a peaceful place.

(apologies for the photo quality, these are from my phone).

bdg teeshirt / see by chloe jeans / thrifted hat / ash booties

10 comments:

  1. You look wonderful Courtney! So lovely! x

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  2. Seriously, you look so amazing in those jeans. You're like a total 70s dreamboat!

    -Becca
    Ladyface Blog

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  3. Hey doll!

    I was doing some blog surfing today and came across your page. I loooove it! You're so pretty and your style is perfect! Anyway, just wanted you to know that I featured you among a few others on my blog today. :)

    xo
    Amy
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  4. I couldn't imagine hiking in these! You look pretty in that hat.

    Kate from Clear the Way

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  5. I love those western-influenced jeans, and your style in general! Was browsing your Etsy and was smitten with all your unique vintage finds.

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  7. Great...your hiking outfit is just awesome. Wearing the right hiking clothes means knowing the type of trail you’ll be on.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Stunning photos! Thanks for sharing with us. Although when I'm walking and trekking long distance, I do wear the proper attire to be comfortable. With my trusty backpack, I manage to bring everything I need for camping. My dad used to say that I should invest in quality products for my camping needs. I'm glad that I listened to him since all my clothes and equipments are from trusted manufacturers. If you need to find out more, see this awesome site http://backpackingmastery.com/gear/what-to-wear-hiking.html

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