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
Wearing Fall pieces in LA can be a rare occasion so I jump at every chance I get when the weather cools down a bit. I'm wearing Dynamite Clothing's adorable Fall Collection. My favorite is probably the Aztec reversible poncho that I paired with the leather skirt and hat also from the collection.
For the second look, I went for a cleaner palette and added accents with my black boots and a blue bandana. I think faux fur vests are so versatile and they add a boho luxe touch to any outfit.
I just moved and it
hasn't been easy getting new furniture and making it feel like home! To my
luck,The Dream Bed came
to the rescue. I received a Cool Dream Bed and Pillow which was designed to
adjust to your body's temperature. It has a cool gel-infused memory foam to
keep moisture away and dissipate heat. I'm always running around during the day
so getting a good night's sleep is a must! The mattress contours to your body
and adjusts to everyone's shape so it feels like a personalized mattress.
Perfect for those hot summer nights!
The company behind The Dream Bed is also socially conscious and gives a bed to
a family in need with each purchase through the #dreamitforward campaign. So
far 105 beds have been donated. Not only is the mattress super affordable but
you can also try the bed for up to 180 nights at no cost with free two day
shipping. I was surprised that my rolled up mattress was able to fit in a
compact box. The bed also comes with a "Selfless Stick" so you
can take fun photos of yourself in bed!
It's important that my
bed and the surrounding area near my work space keeps me inspired. It's still a
work in progress but the small accents near the bed can really change the way
your bedroom looks. I love the dreamy string lights that has been the main
light for my room and the deer skull I picked up in Austin pulls the room
together into the bohemian look I'm going for. I'll do a full room tour when
it's closer to being finished so stay tuned!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Dream
All opinions and creative direction are my own.
Another session with Jordan playing around with natural lighting. I found this dress at Crossroads and it's such a gorgeous vintage inspired dress. The sleeves are lace and there's surprise hidden detailing in every corner of the dress. I love that it's a mini dress because it fits my petite frame better. I tied a leather string around my neck for more accent.
The soft curtains and the delicate dress make such a great pairing and I love that we were able to capture this moment!