After of twenty-four hours of travel, we finally made it to Terciera! Now we’re about to hop into our Galloper (similar to a Jeep) and go explore this beautiful island. The house we’re staying in does not have Internet like most houses here, so it’s a great excuse to go down to the cafes that serve beer at 9am!
My outfit for the last half of the traveling trip needed to be comfortable and this skirt is like a giant yoga pant. Add on this super comfortable skirt, and I basically had a nightie that looked publicly acceptable.
Just one note – yes, this shirt is from Stitch Fix. No, I’m not a huge an of Stitch Fix. I know the company (which is a subscription-based clothing company that sends curated clothes for you to buy) has a bazillion fans, but it wasn’t for me. I tried Stitch Fix from about November 2014 until March 2015. While some of the clothes they sent were really cute, I found that a lot were extremely expensive for what you were getting. I’m proud to be the queen of discounts and price shopping, neither of which you can do with Stitch Fix. Just my honest opinion – I’m not including any referral links for Stitch Fix below and just wanted to explain why.
Sunglasses: Nordstrom Rack (Cole Haan) purchased recently for $28 (similar, similar)
Shirt: Stitch Fix (Papermoon) purchased one year ago for $48 (similar)
Skirt: H&M purchased three years ago for $12 (similar, similar)
Shoes: H&M purchased three years ago for $28 (similar, similar)
Bag: LeTote purchased recently for $38 (exact, similar)