All posts tagged: Mexico

Let’s Brunch & Shop: #MadeInMexico

Who doesn’t love brunching and shopping on a Saturday?! Enjoying Naty’s chicken mole tacos for breakfast. Sayulita. 2014 What’s on the menu? Watch my friend Isis in Sayulita as she teaches this gringa (that’s what you call a taco with cheese at Tacos del Ivan, btw) how to prepare huevitos a la mexicana in delicious handmade tortillas. Here’s what I’m coveting this Saturday, this awesome Alpaca Clutch bag from my friends at Anndra Neen. The line is made in Mexico City and designed by Mexico City natives & NYC-based stunning sister duo Phoebe & Annette Stevens. The first time I saw an Anndra Neen piece was when on friend, Kyleigh Kuhn and I was instantly obsessed. I’m an accessories addict and Anndra Neen takes the metal worked accessory game to a whole new level. I’m partial to the brand’s crossbody bags. It’s wearable art really. Alpaca Clutch with Brass and Metal Studs and Stripes, $725 Photos courtesy of ShopLatitude.com

#Streetstyle // #Beachstyle – Sayulita

In a laid back town like Sayulita, surfer-chic rules and eclectic is key. Some of my favorite pieces, from jewelry to art to clothing I’ve found in Sayulita and I’m constantly inspired by the laid back beach style of the people there. Shoes and shirts are optional and natural jewelry compliments beautiful tattoos. There’s a certain natural effortlessness that if you stick around long enough, you start to adopt as well.

What to Pack – Sayulita, Mexico

Funny thing is, I didn’t sleep before I boarded my flight and packed / deliriously edited this video straight through the AM.  So, this time on my trip, I forgot: my mascara, sunglasses, sports bra for hiking, socks, iPad charger and most importantly left my camera battery plugged into the wall.  However, in that typically Sayulita way, everything actually worked out!

You’d be surprised how little I knew even up to yesterday. – Jack Kerouac

As the year is coming to an end, I am looking forward to beginning 2015 in a place that has recently become very close to my heart, Sayulita, Mexico. I tend to fall in love with many of the various locales where I travel but Sayulita, like Gallipoli, is a place where I’ve left a piece of myself, revisiting it every year as I shed the layers of the month past and start anew.