I brought dozens of souvenirs from home to tide me over until my next trip back in the fall, but by far the best of them all was this perfect summer uniform, thrifted from Goodwill and Uptown Cheapskate with a pair of totally destroyed DIY denim cutoffs tying it all together, and it works for the Cape, the lake, the city, the humidity, and the blazing sun.
I’m stoked to join my fellow FlipKey travel experts for a Summer Twitter Chat today! I’ll be sharing more about all my favorite New England summer escapes & we’ll also be chatting about favorite summer travel destinations all around the world. Join us on Twitter today (6/30/15) from 3 to 3:30 p.m. EST and follow the hashtag #FKSummer to add your best tips to the mix & ask your pressing budget travel questions!
One of my favorite 2015 summer trends is layering a breezy vintage kimono over a great pair of shredded cutoffs and a slouchy cotton tank, and thankfully my (dear friend and) fearless beach babe of a model, Catelyn, also happens to be the owner of a drool-worthy vintage shop that currently has a duo of vintage Japanese kimonos in stock. Plus all the best tips for making DIY denim cutoffs, all in one place.
One of the biggest perks of living in Austin now is that we get 300 days of sunshine and mild temperatures a year — especially exciting…
While I’ve enjoyed the challenge of coming up with cold recipes that don’t involve the oven, range, grill — even the toaster was too much heat last week — there’s only so many deli sandwiches one can eat before going a bit mad.
Seriously, it’s a scorcher out there. You know that feeling when you take an ice cold shower and, feeling refreshed, walk outside and are immediately sweaty and gross again? That’s today in Boston. It’s hot. Damn hot.
When you have a dog in your life, the months when the weather in New England is actually nice are for getting outdoors and doing stuff together…until you figure out how frustrating that can be if you want to get out of your local zone.
We’ve had our first heatwave of the summer, which means that everyone and their grandmother is now daydreaming about a vacation on the water — lake, ocean, stream, creek, whatever, we’ll take it!