Summer Travel Series: Big Sur

31 May

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This week’s Summer Travel Series takes us to sunny Big Sur, California. Located on the cliffs of the Central Coast of California, Big Sur is one of the chillest destinations on the West Coast. Everyone from the adventurer to the spa-goer will feel at home among the gorgeous scenery and luxe hotels. Here are a few of our fave spots to check out and what to wear for the perfect Big Sur weekend.

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1. Post Ranch Inn

The Post Ranch Inn perfectly combines rustic and luxurious elements, to create the most relaxed vibe this side of the Pacific. Every room house has an amazing view of the ocean or forest and most mornings, guests of the Inn can take part in morning yoga or meditation. For those who want to escape the sun, the spa offers everything from massages to shaman sessions. Staying at the Post Ranch Inn is a must for anyone who wants to feel totally at ease in Big Sur.



2. Nepenthe

This is THE place to check out during your stay in Big Sur! This hot-spot makes you feel like you’re inside a tree house with killer ocean views. The views alone are worth dropping in for but Nepenthe is known for their Ambrosia burger, made from ground steak, or the Three Berry Pie with vanilla ice-cream. Make sure to bring your camera (we smell an Instagram moment..) as you eat at this unique and beautiful spot.

3. What to Wear

A large part of the Big Sur experiences focuses on the outdoors so keeping things casual and comfortable is a must. This Zip Placket Denim Top in Blanc de Blanc is perfect for a nice lunch outside. Pack our amazing and super comfortable jeans, The Skinny in Clear Indigo, for a little bit of stretch in your step. Or, don our bright Double Layer Racerback Tank in Buttercup with our Slim Cigarette Jeans in Clean White, as an easy day-to-night look for dinner overlooking the ocean.

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Big Sur is worth the trip. It’s remote location allows you to unwind and “get off the grid” for a couple of days. Shop our entire collection of summer staples here.

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