If you’ve ever been to the South of France, you know it’s a magical place!
Last month my boyfriend and I spent 12 days visiting Saint Tropez, Antibes, Eze, Monaco, Provence and Paris! In case you missed it, I kicked off my travel series with our Saint Tropez travel guide.
Today I’m so excited to share with you guys our itinerary from the second part of our South of France visit. I did SO much research in prepping for our trip (insert my killer and somewhat obsessive South of France Google map). I was honestly so frustrated I couldn’t find an itinerary I wanted to copy so today I hopefully can help you with planning your first (or next) visit to the South of France!
We ended up utilizing a mix of personal friend recommendations with recommendations we found online via The New York Times, Conde Nast Traveler and Fodor. Honestly, there are so many ways one could visit the South of France but here’s what we ended up doing for the first time around!
I seriously cannot wait to own my very own beach house one day! Who’s with me?
Brooklyn based design firm Chango and Co. recently released images from their latest beach-front project over on Domino last week and I had to share! Located right on the water, this big, beautiful beach house is certainly one for the design files.
I can’t believe how warm it’s been in New York this week! I don’t know about you but I am so excited for cooler temperatures.
There’s something about shopping for fall clothes that gets me so excited. Did you see my September wish list earlier this week? I literally want everrryyything from Tuckernuck this season. I also rounded up some great blazers last week, too!
I haven’t replenished my fall coats in a few years so I am on a mission to find some new light weight coats. New York weather can be a bit unpredictable so having a variety of fall coats to chose from is essential for living and working in the city.
Keep reading for some of my favorite fall coats I’ve added to my wish list..