September Travel Style

   Good evening, folks! I am returned from a three-day weekend getaway that included photography, fresh air, good eats, shopping and - can you guess? - buying clothes! Of course, the little vacation also had to include some outfit shots. Fashion bloggers are (almost) always ready!

   The first part of the trip consisted of driving, car trouble, looking at a river and a bridge, then spending the evening in the hotel watching t.v. and eating. I spent the day in my quintessential navy skirt, a striped tee, and flat yellow sandals. A wee Dutch braid and an inside-out ponytail added a bit of hair pizzazz. It was a simple but cute look.

Outfit Details: Shirt ~ Thrift or Consignment Store; Skirt ~ Modcloth; Sandal's ~ Kohl's

   On Sunday, we drove into Ashland, Oregon, and went shopping at a favorite consignment store. We then acquired a room at a nearby resort, and spent time wandering through and photographing the pretty grounds. After some resting, we headed back into town for a little bit of shopping, walking through Lithia Park, and enjoying the edibles.

   That day, I wore rolled-up jeans, a sporty teal t-shirt, and sandals. My accessory for day was a blue headband. The scarf in the above photo was one of the things I bought in Ashland, but it was too hot to wear more than a wee bit soon after I bought it, and then for photos. Perhaps someday I can pair this top and scarf together for real!

Outfit Details: T-shirt ~ Thrift Store; Jeans ~ Thrift or Consignment Store; Scarf ~Consignment Store

   On Monday morning, we headed to a town called Grant's Pass for some shopping before beginning our journey home. There are beautiful old buildings in Grant's Pass, some of which I photographed. Inside them you can find eclectic shops, restaurants, and cafes.

 I felt like my outfit game was on with a high bun-and-scarf-updo, a cardigan layered over a graphic tee, a navy skirt, and the returning yellow sandals. A mural painted wall made a super background for the ensemble. Real life isn't immaculate though - in keeping with my klutzy and slightly awkward self, my bun was lopsided and starting to fall out. ;)

Outfit Details: T-shirt ~ Grand Canyon gift shop; Cardigan ~ Store in mall (has changed hands a few times and I don't remember what it was); Skirt ~ Modcloth; 

   I hope you enjoyed my travel outfits and photography! It's nice to see something other than my street, right? ;) Happy stylin' to the rest of your week!

Have you been out of town recently?

But God, who is rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, even when we were dead in trespasses, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved),
Ephesians 2:4-5


  1. Love all of these outfits, Paige! This weekend, I'm going to Reno with my family. It's something to look forward to as school drags on =)

    1. Thanks muchly. :D Have fun on your trip!

  2. Looks like so much fun! I enjoyed reading this post!

    1. Thanks Margaret! I'm glad you enjoyed this. :)

  3. It does look like a fun trip! "Out-of-town" for me is really the equivalent "out-of-countryside," as technically I live out of town, so trips are often to town. But latest adventure was to the Turning Hearts Festival in Kalona, Iowa--Music, speakers/preachers (Ted Cruz' father for one), chess, jamming (which I just listened to), and volleyball!

    1. There was indeed fun stuff! Haha, well, whatever works for your location. ;) That sounds like a good time!

  4. Sounds great! I like these outfits =D

  5. Hi Paige, I am glad you were able to get away for some new scenery and good eats! I do like you in your blue jeans and Teal shirt and nice touch with the scarf great find in Ashland. You look adorable with your high bun and scarf up-do:)
    Stephanie M.

    1. Thank you! :) It's good to get a change of scenery now and then, isn't it? Thanks so much for your sweet words! :)

  6. Paige, how delightful to take a little trip...travelling is such glad your car troubles weren't too serious and you could enjoy a lovely getaway!
    Loved all your wonderful pictures...I love seeing what it is like in my blog friends parts of the world! *smiles*
    And your outfits are oh! So cute and perfect for look like quiet the tourist! Hee!

    Actually, my dad and I might be heading on a short trip up country to fetch my new foster sister...God willing, of course... I am excited about a new member of our family, just trusting that all will work out!

    Sending hugs to you, sweet friend...always such fun visiting with you!

    1. I'm glad that you enjoyed this post and my scenic photography...hehe. ^_^
      Wow, what an exciting time for your family! :) If you go with your dad, have a safe journey!
      Hugs to you too! Enjoy your new week.

  7. Yay! so glad I finally got to see pics of your vacay ;) and quick thinking on the cave-outfit-change-situation ;) it turned out cute!


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