In Southern California we are bordered on one side with the great Pacific Ocean and on the other, desert. I don’t think I really thought too much about the desert when I was young. I didn’t hate it, I didn’t love it. I just didn’t get it yet.
Photo by wiissa. Lost in the cacti grove.
Photo by wiissa at the Grand Canyon. How deep the river made this canyon is breathtaking.
Being an adult, I’ve explored a little and I’ve come to fall in love with vast dry land. I gaze on the subtle mountain outlines, the shades of color within the layers sand, marvel at the desert plants.
Photo by Forrest Mankin in Alabama Hill, Lone Pine (Where a lot of the old Westerns were filmed). Get yourself out there. It’s so beautiful.
Today I’m rounding up a perfect desert outfit. When I’m in the desert I think about the types of fabric I am wearing, what’s going to make me stay the most cool and dry.
This light weight jumpsuit with a perfect desert rose to keep your arms out of the sun is a great one to keep you cool and the sun off of you! A straw hat lets in the wind and cools you down, pair it all with the desert turquoise jewelry and I think you call that an outfit!
1. Klint | 2. Flowerpatch Tan and Dusty Pink & Gold | 3. Nallik Larimar Necklace | 4. Sara Barner Ruby Bag | 5. Mitra Jumpsuit | 6. The Conjure Flower Denim Shirt | 7. Turquoise Stone Cuff by Giant Lion | 8. Helter Lace Up Clogs |