If you follow me on Instagram you may have seen some photos with Gray Malin, my favorite photographer (and also just a favorite person of mine!) He came over to see his newly hung ski prints in my family home, which is in Park City, Utah.
Most people know of Gray for his classic beach aerial shots, but these ski prints have a special place in my heart because I grew up coming to Park City as a child and spent so many snowy Christmases there. He perfectly captures that exhilarating feeling of flying down the slopes while breathing in the the crisp, chilly winter air (that smells nothing like Los Angeles smog). I just love how bright white the prints because most everywhere you look while up in the mountains is a white out – tall everest trees blanketed in white, falling white snow in the air.. the pop of colors of the skiers adds the contrast.
Gray also posted a sweet write up from our morning together: Check out Gray’s blog post here!
If you’re considering a ski print now is the time to pull the trigger, during his “Winter Wonderland” sale! Details:
Select images are on sale from A la Montagne & Snow Polo as well as launching new images from Whistler – https://www.graymalin.com/winter-wonderland. Starts on Thursday, Feb 11 and ends on Tuesday, Feb 16. Use promo code SNOW30 at for 30% off at Check Out.
Recently I’ve been drawn to tops and dresses that have some special detail at the neck, like this white collar top. It’s an often overlooked place to highlight your body – usually wear sleeveless without thinking about the neck. I paired it with the camel coat I’ve been wearing for the past two winters. This Ted Baker coat is on sale in red, navy, and purple (the blue color is beautiful!) but I also love a long neutral coat since it’s so timeless. I found some favorite tops with extra detail below – happy weekend! xx
Now that it’s nearing the last half of winter, it’s a good time to scoop up a staple coat – like this grey wrap coat. It’s on major sale at Intermix and I’ve worn it with every imaginable over-the-knee boot ensemble, from rompers and leather pants to sweater and skirt combinations. This grey wrap coat is an almost identical dupe under $100 and equally cozy in a rich grey shade. Also love this slightly longer wrap coat, and this wish list version. Grey has become one of my favorite shades lately since it’s a lovely neutral that pairs well with soft rose and rich navy tones.
This Zimmermann romper was too good to pass up. The delicate lace print has little silvery threads throughout. I also love the peekaboo detail on this black romper. Throw it on with some gold jewelry and you’re good to go!
Better late than never is this recap of the Park City, Utah snow trip I took a couple weeks ago with Foray Collective. If you haven’t heard of Foray yet, it was started by my good friend Kaitlynn as a destination to shop by influencer – think all your favorite bloggers’ outfits in one easy place. I’m always finding unique brands on Foray.
I hopped a plane to the snow with a group of Foray bloggers and friends – Jill, Kaitlynn, Racquel, Eileen of Child of Wild (you must check out her jewelry line!), Evelina, Kelsey and Jessi. We rented an Air Bnb house near Main Street and spent three days exploring, eating, snow tubing and laughing. I’d been snow tubing before since I grew up coming to Park City, but it was the first time for some of the girls and funny to see their faces flying down the hill in our connecting tubes. If you’re not skiing or snowboarding, tubing is a fun and fast activity that doesn’t require any experience. We had long diners at Riverhorse and apps and drinks at High West Whiskey Bar (the best maple brussel sprouts I’ve ever had). We spend the rest of the night goofing off at the house (I discovered Kelsey has nailed every Spice Girls dance move and lyric in history) and attempting a snow fight outside before retreating inside from the cold. On our second night kept it lowkey and relaxed at the house with massages and facials before a movie night. We wore these black and white pajama sets and cozied up to the fireplace.
I wasn’t sure how bundled up I would be so I of course overpacked my suitcase with plenty of options. True to the norm, I ended up rewearing my my new L’Agence high waisted jeans. They’re the most comfortable jeans in my closet at the moment and the high-waisted cut is ideal for tucking in blouses or wearing out at night with a more cropped top and leather jacket. For our snow day I made sure to pack gloves and a hat – I’ve never been into beanies but this Nordstrom knit beanie is so cozy and flattering – it comes in a ton of colors.
I had a lot of girls ask me via Instagram about the faux fur I wore on the trip – it’s by Unreal Fur and it’s just as cozy as a real fur at a fraction of the price.
If you’re planning a trip to Park City, ask me for suggestions! x