My Southwest US Vacation Lookbook Part 2

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As I mentioned in part 1, I was pretty happy with how all of

my outfits turned out for this trip. However, I think this week

of outfits might just be my favorite. I felt so confident and

cute in all of them, they were the exact aesthetic I was looking

for, and I cannot wait to wear these outfits again! Scroll on down

to check them out and let me know what you

think down in the comments!

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Day 8: Joshua Tree National Park

Honestly, I struggled big time with picking out an outfit for

Joshua Tree. All of the inspiration pics I was seeing featured

maxi skirts or leather jackets and y’all, it was supposed to be

over 80 degrees and I planned on doing some hiking soooo

neither of those options was going to work for me. In the end

I went with this look and I actually am pretty happy

with how it turned out and looked in my photos. 

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Clothing Links:

Tank – Thrifted

Shorts – American Eagle (Style no longer sold, similar style linked)

Chacos

Hat

Belt

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Day 9: Joshua Tree National Park – Palm Springs, CA

Is wearing a tank with palm leaves on it too on the nose

for being in Palm Springs? Asking for a friend. Lol

Clothing Links:

Tank – Old Navy (Style no longer sold, similar style linked)

Shorts

Belt

Chacos

Hat

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Day 10: Palm Springs, CA – Death Valley National Park

Everything about this picture is what I had envisioned when I

planned my photoshoot. This outfit totally says desert bada** and

I am definitely here for that. Also, it was light weight enough to

keep me from overheating in Death Valley where the temperature

was hovering around 100. Obsessed. 

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Clothing Links:

Black Workout Tank (Worn underneath crop) 

Crop – Thrifted

Shorts

Boots – Thrifted

Hat

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Day 11: Zion National Park

I planned on doing some easier hikes around Zion on this

day so this simple tank and leggings outfit was just the ticket. 

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Clothing Links:

Tank – Thrifted

Leggings (Size XS)

Chacos

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Day 12: Zion National Park

My second day at Zion I tackled the famed Angel’s Landing

hike and knew I wanted a movement friendly outfit that hugged

my body (The last thing I wanted was for a loose tank to be getting

caught on something and me falling to my death! lol) and so I

threw on my favorite pair of leggings and this adorable workout

tank from Amazon and conquered that hike like a boss. 

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Clothing Links:

Workout Tank

Leggings

Merrells

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Day 13: Bryce Canyon National Park

One thing I didn’t anticipate on my trip was to be running

into cold temperatures and snow! (I know, miss I-am-prepared-for-everything

wasn’t prepared….smh….I am disappointed in myself lol) However, that

is exactly what I ran into at Bryce Canyon so my original outfit idea

of a t-shirt and shorts was thrown out the window and traded for

leggings and as many layers as I could throw on. 

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Clothing Links:

Cactus Tee

Denim – Thrifted

Leggings

Adidas Jacket – Thrifted

Merrells

Hat – Bryce Canyon Gift Shop (I got a sunburn on my head and of

course it decided to start peeling so had to buy this hat

to try and cover it up! #mortified) 

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Day 14: Grand Staircase – Escalante National Monument

Lonnnng hikes and conquering fears is what awaited me on this

day in Grand Staircase and this outfit was absolutely perfect for all

of that. It allowed me to adjust nicely to the weather (flannel on

when cool and off when hot) and it was suuuuper comfortable

to wear and allowed for a lot of movement. 

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Clothing Links:

Flannel – Gifted (Target Universal Thread brand)

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Leggings

Merrells

Chacos

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What did you think? Any outfits you want to

recreate? Let me know in the comments!

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3 thoughts on “My Southwest US Vacation Lookbook Part 2

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    1. Aww thank you! It was quite the hike that’s for sure. Lol The switchbacks nearly killed me, but the actually “scary part” of the hike really wasn’t bad at all. Definitely glad I did it!

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