What I Wore in Napa Valley
If you read my recent Guide to Napa Valley, you got a sneak preview of all the outfits I wore during our recent trip to the land of wine. I’m rounding them all up and linking them for you below!
Since our trip was in late summer, the mornings and nights were a bit chilly while the days were sunny and warm. I kept my daytime attire light and airy since I knew we would be doing a lot of walking and sitting outside in the sun. I also forced myself to wear a low heel, but a more sensible person would just wear flats! At nighttime I had a light cashmere wrap which kept me warm enough even when we sat outside at restaurants. However, if you are prone to being cold I would suggest something heavier such as a light jacket.
Links are below each look!
This jumpsuit is so comfortable! The material is lightweight and breathable and the fit is very flattering. My cork heels are under $50 and super comfortable, I did not have one blister despite doing a ton of walking. I’m sure you recognize this bag from some of my other posts (and will continue to see it make appearances in future posts), it’s the under $50 dupe of the popular Cult Gaia bag and is my favorite bag of the season!
I rarely wear dresses, especially during the day. I am much more comfortable in pants or jumpsuits. However, this dress is so relaxed and comfortable, and I just love the button detail down the front! I also love this bag, it is surprisingly roomy on the inside for being rigid and round.
These pants are a showstopper AND are on major sale right now! They are sheer in the legs but the built in shorts and velvet floral details definitely do not make them feel too see-through. I’ve linked this bodysuit before – I have it in three colors and I am obsessed with how versatile and comfortable it is. It also comes with cute ties on the straps that can be removed. My favorite part about this look is my faux necktie. I bought it several years ago, but they still keep it in stock – yay! Every time I wear it I get so many questions and compliments because it is such a unique piece!
This was my look for our dinner at the Auberge du Soleil. The dress is supposed to be a midi on regularly sized humans, but since I’m an Amazonian it hits me right at the knee. The key thing to know about this dress is that it is an Australian designer so the sizing tends to be a bit off by U.S. standards. All I can say is – size up, maybe even two sizes. I also just adore this peacock clutch! I randomly came across it on Amazon and since it was under $30 I knew I had to have it. It is super small and can only hold the essentials, but it’s a great way to add a little pop of color to an all black ensemble. These scarf heels are currently sold out in black but I linked the other two color ways!
As you can tell from these photos, we took our pre-wine carb-loading verrrryyy seriously! This PJ set is lightweight and perfect for travel. Plus, the top buttons all the way down, so you can wear it while you do your hair and makeup without having to worry about pulling it over your head after.
Which look did you like best? If you’re heading to wine country anytime soon, check out my Guide to Napa for the full rundown of our favorite restaurants and wineries!