Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Friday, April 1, 2016

Dove Dry Spray Antiperspirant

Festival season is right around the corner and that means getting my essentials in check! Here are my top music festival essentials:

1. Dove Dry Spray Antiperspirant
I’ve partnered with Dove to #TryDry the Dove Dry Spray Antiperspirant. The desert heat can be rough and perspiration is definitely not cute!  I love that this deodorant is a spray and doesn’t require contact.  Sticks can get messy and leave unwanted marks. The Dove Dry Spray dries instantly and leaves no residue so you don’t have to worry about your clothes getting ruined in-between parties and sets. It also has a 48 hour odor and wetness protection so that means less time needed for touch ups. I love the cooling sensation and it moisturizes the skin for smooth underarms.

2. Reusable water bottle
Pack a cute bottle to stay refreshed throughout the festival. Those water bottles inside the fairgrounds can get expensive and reusable water bottles are a greener alternative.

3. Sunglasses
A festival outfit isn’t complete without cute sunnies! Choose a pair versatile enough to go with any outfit.

4. Comfy shoes
You’ll be on your feet all day so comfy shoes are a must! Wear flats or boots to protect your feet from dust and getting stomped on. 

See more desert adventures and last year’s Coachella fun here and here.


Thursday, March 3, 2016

Morocco Diary


Morocco has been at the top of my list for a while and visiting Marrakech was such a dream!
Surrounded by beautiful vibrant colors and 24/7 mint tea, it was endless inspiration. I brought back Moroccan rugs, handmade leather poufs and spices from the Souk. I didn't have enough days to go to other parts of Morocco but I definitely want to come back for the Sahara.
Follow along on Instagram @judyelle for more travel snaps!
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Thursday, February 18, 2016

Jardin des Tuileries

Nasty Gal distressed sweater, Zara thigh high boots, beret

Getting lost in the dreamy Jardin des Tuileries in Paris. Still in a daze of how gorgeous this city is and feeling like I'm stuck in an indie french movie isn't so bad. I've been spending my days stuffing my face with the cutest pastries at La Grande Épicerie and crepes at local stands.
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Instagram: @judyelle 

Monday, January 4, 2016

Electric Cowgirl

Brandy Melville skirt, Triumph tee via Crossroads, Thrifted bandana

Sending everyone good vibes for the New Year! 
Instagram: @judyelle 

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

New Mexico Diary

Nativo Lodge in Albuquerque, New Mexico.


Artwork by Randy Barton
Outfit: Vintage shirt, Guess denim shorts via Crossroads, The 2 Bandits pin

A round up of my adventures in New Mexico. I stayed at the beautiful Native American inspired hotel, Nativo Lodge. Filled with Southwestern decor and designs like the rest of Albuquerque, the hotel had the dreamiest aesthetics that I felt was in unison with my personal style. I stayed in the Artist Room which has different art installations by emerging Native American artists in each room. It almost felt like sleeping in a mini gallery. My favorite place to hang out in the hotel was probably in the adorable teepee by the pool area. I love that the hotel aims to celebrate Native American traditions and cultures while supporting the community. I'll definitely be back next time I'm in Albuquerque and I highly recommend those traveling to the city. It's super affordable and you get an authentic non touristy vibe of New Mexico.

See more photos of my travels on my Instagram: @judyelle