Riding horses through the Andes

Horseback riding through the Andes with Don Daniel Ranch is hands down my most favorite experience in Argentina so far. Heck, I’d say it’s one of my favorite experiences of my life! (Tied only with our adventures up Rainbow Mountain and Mount Fuji.) This is a one-of-a-kind, authentic experience I can’t recommend enough if you find yourself near Mendoza, Argentina one day. What to Expect – Getting to the Ranch For this adventure, you’ll need to book a guide. We… Read more »

Unique_Vintage_1950s_Style_Red_Button_Up_Sleeved_Hedren_Coatdress

Nothing makes me happier than a fabulous, fit and flare dress…especially a fit and flare dress with pockets! And these dresses are flattering on many body types (especially those of us who are on the curvier end of the spectrum). The best part too is that I’m apparently not the only one who loves fit and flare dresses, as there is no shortage of cute ones to choose from on the comfort of my couch! So, I put together a… Read more »

Mendoza, Argentina vineyard

Mendoza, Argentina is world-famous for its amazing wineries. There are many different ways to visit these delicious wineries, and a bus tour (or a private tour with a driver) are generally the most popular. However, if you’ve been following my travel posts at all…you’ll know that my husband and I like to make these sorts of activities a bit more interesting. So, when I saw we had the option to bike from winery to winery my interest was piqued! Wine… Read more »

PopJulia Yellow Coat

Click to Shop: Coat c/o* | Boots | Jeans (similar) | Beret c/o* | Scarf (similar) | Bag The weather for my trip to Wisconsin was less than amazing, shall we say. Most days were below zero degrees Fahrenheit! So, there was no way I was shooting any outfit posts unless they were featuring a coat, haha. I loved that this coat was bright and cheery in the gloomy, cold weather. Although, my photos do make this coat look brighter… Read more »

La Boca

Visiting cities in a rush is becoming an unfortunate theme on here, lately! But fret not, I’ll be returning to Buenos Aires soon enough to give it the proper visit it deserves. However, if you do end up in Buenos Aires without much time to spare, here is one way to see some of its important landmarks in just a half day. *Please note, to visit these places in a half day you will need to find a form of… Read more »

Unique Vintage Beret - DSW OTK Boots - Layered B&W Sweater

Click to shop: Beret c/o* | Boots c/o* (similar) | Gloves c/o* | Bag (similar) | Sweater (similar here & here) | Jeans (similar) Wow! I can’t believe how quickly the holidays went! However, I still sort of feel as though the holidays are happening because I’m in Wisconsin visiting my family until this weekend. And holy smokes, Wisconsin is SO cold. The day we took these photos was actually Christmas Eve, and that was the last “warm” day we’ve… Read more »

Have Clothes, Will Travel

Another year has come to an end! I hope you all had a wonderful 2017 and an even more wonderful 2018. Thank you so much for following Have Clothes, Will Travel through this year – I appreciate each and every one of you taking time out of your days to read my posts. And as I did last year, I put together this post to show which of my blog posts were hits and which were flops this year. This… Read more »

Tigre

Who knew you could take so many day trips from Buenos Aires? Haha. I swear in my next travel post I’ll actually talk about Buenos Aires itself. But for now, I’m going to share my thoughts and some tips for visiting Tigre Delta – which is also very easy to get to from Buenos Aires. (If you missed my day trip post about Colonia del Sacramento, click here.) Tigre Delta – What Is It? And Why Would You Visit It?… Read more »

Courtney of Life of a Med School Wife

Meet Courtney! She’s this month’s Featured Fashionista and the uber-stylish gal behind the blog “Life of a Med School Wife.” Courtney never fails to impress me with her outfits and fashion tips! Every post she publishes on Life of a Med School Wife is chock-full of useful advice. And did I mention her style is fantastic? I also love how relatable Courtney is in the posts she writes, and every interaction she has with her readers is always bursting with… Read more »

Guest post by Jane Davies *Regular readers – please see note at the end of post. The city that sits on the western edge of Missouri is renowned for its jazz heritage and outdoor dining, which gives you a strong hint about the relaxed and friendly atmosphere that you will be able to enjoy when you come to Kansas City. Here are some of the top places that should be on your itinerary when you come to this unique and… Read more »

Unique Vintage 1950s Style Comic Book Action Print Cap Sleeve Hedda Swing Dress

Click to Shop: Dress c/o* | Petticoat | Cardigan | Scarf (similar) | Bag (similar) | Tights | Heels I am on a mission to style as many of my summer dresses as I can for winter! I’m a firm believer that these dresses can be worn all year long. It just takes a (cropped) cardigan, tights and sometimes a scarf! Afterall, it would really be a shame to only wear this fun, comic book, swing dress in the summer!… Read more »

Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay

For anyone planning a trip to Buenos Aires, I can’t recommend a day trip to Colonia del Sacramento enough! It’s very easy to get to (only an hour ferry ride away). And the Barrio Histórico (historic quarter) section of Colonia del Sacramento is a designated World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is SO beautiful and relaxing. You can even rent golf carts and sand buggies to scoot around the city with. It’s a really unique, laid back place to visit…. Read more »

Radish Apparel Millennium Falcon Shirt + Metallic Skirt + Galaxy Leggings

Click to shop: Star Wars Shirt c/o* | Leggings | Skirt (similar here & here) | Booties (similar) | Sunnies | Stormtrooper Bag It’s my birthday! Wahoo! This is the first time in a long time I won’t be spending my birthday in an airport, moving or something else not so fun. I’m in Rosario today with my husband and friends! And that’s not to say I haven’t celebrated my birthday wonderfully these past however many years, it just meant… Read more »

Metallic skirt for Christmas

Click to shop: There really isn’t a better part of the year to break out your metallic skirts. It’s the perfect time for a little shimmer and shine! But once again, it’s important to stay warm! (See how I styled this skirt for summer, here.) Cropped cardigans are seriously a lifesaver in these situations. I’m also wearing a pair of fleece lined tights under this skirt. This, plus my knee-high boots, means I am toasty warm! I could’ve even upped… Read more »

kgll_vader_lack_cheer_holiday_sweater

Gone are the days of raiding our grandparents’ and parents’ closets for ugly Christmas sweaters. Online retailers have caught on that our want for more and more kitschy Christmas attire, doesn’t appear to be going anywhere soon. And my goodness are there some real gems out there! With Christmas sweaters featuring everything from dinosaurs to our favorite Christmas movies and TV shows and even sloths…you can showcase your Christmas spirit with a sweater as unique as you are. (How cliché… Read more »

Fushimi Inari Shrine (伏見稲荷大社, Fushimi Inari Taisha)

Guest Post by Amy Smith Many travelers seem to skip over Japan when traveling the world. It’s unfair, really, as it’s one of the most culturally rich destinations you’ll ever come across – from the wonder of its major cities to the intrigue of its rich history and heritage, Japan’s culture is prevalent and diverse, making for a very unique experience. If you’re considering a trip to Japan for the culture, here are four of the best destinations to find… Read more »

Pleated Rainbow Dress for NYE

Click to shop: I know, I’m getting ahead of myself here, NYE is just under a month away. However, when I threw this outfit together I knew this would end up being my NYE outfit. I have no idea what I’m going to be doing yet. Each year has been vastly different, from enjoying it in my PJs watching American Horror Story to seeing the fireworks in Sydney! But for this year, I know I’ll be in Wisconsin, where it… Read more »

Georgia Aquarium

Atlanta is a highly underrated city, in my opinion. It’s the perfect destination for a stress-free weekend getaway with a wide variety of activities for the whole family. Obviously, the Georgia Aquarium is the first thing to come to mind when thinking of Atlanta (and is not to be missed!), but that’s not all Atlanta has to offer! I’ll be perfectly honest, though, by the time I reached Atlanta I was TIRED. We flew to Atlanta (for a conference for… Read more »

floral fashionmia dress

Click to shop:   This is THE time of year to dress up with our loveliest of frocks and fanciest of shoes. However, many times, these outfits mean we’re freezing our rear ends off at our annual holiday parties. I don’t know about you, but nearly every dress in my closet is sleeveless and not made with terribly thick material. But you can easily transform those chilly little dresses into a cold weather appropriate outfit! The key, once again, is… Read more »

Plaza de Armas

Let me start this post off by saying if you can spend more than 10 days in Peru, by all means, do it! There is SO much to do and see in this amazing country. However, if you’re on a time constraint like I was, this itinerary will help you plan your Peru adventure and see as much as you possibly can in your 10 days! (I’ll also share some suggestions if you’re on an even tighter time constraint.) How… Read more »

DSW boots & white button up

Click to shop: I am so excited I can finally show off a cold weather appropriate outfit! This past week I was in Wisconsin to visit my family for Thanksgiving, and it was cold enough to wear boots and a scarf. Wahoo! This outfit was actually my Thanksgiving outfit. It gets pretty warm in our families’ homes with everything cooking, so I went with a light airy top and took my scarf off once it got really warm. But the… Read more »

K beauty products

Guest post by Cassy Hathaway It’s officially time to start your Christmas shopping! Beauty products make fabulous Christmas gifts for the special ladies in your life. Unfortunately, I know next to nothing about beauty products, though! So, I’m getting help from a beauty expert today – Cassy Hathaway. Cassy is a freelance writer and all-around beauty nut. She is passionate about perfecting her own daily skincare routine and making sure her lashes are always on fleek. Check out Cassy’s Korean… Read more »

Nina of "A World of Dresses"

Meet Nina! She’s this month’s Featured Fashionista and a gal after my own heart. Her blog “A World of Dresses” has been a favorite of mine for awhile! Nina is an American expat living in Spain, and she blogs about her adventures abroad…all while wearing a cute dress. “A World of Dresses” is split pretty evenly with posts about Nina’s amazing sense of style as well her beautiful travel posts. (Anyone drawing any parallels here? Haha.) Learn more about Nina’s… Read more »

Machu Picchu

It wasn’t too long ago that I published my first post on Machu Picchu. However, that post was more centered around travel tips and how to get there. For this post, I wanted to actually share some of the cool things I learned about Machu Picchu and my photos of the experience. Enjoy! A Few Machu Picchu Fun Facts *Machu Picchu is an Incan citadel set high in the Andes Mountains in Peru, above the Urubamba River valley. *Machu Picchu… Read more »

Photo by MacKenzi Martin on Unsplash

Contribution by freelance writer Sally Writes The Big Apple has enormous opportunities for urban exploration, drinks, and shopping, but not everyone knows that there are lots of amazing places to go hiking around New York. Here I will list some great hiking trails you can reach by public transport, so you won’t need to hire a car or beg your friends to drop you there and bring back. Got Some Time in New York? Go Hiking! Surprise Lake Loop Travel… Read more »

ModCloth grey pleated skirt - Adidas Superstar sneakers

Click to shop: As with all trends, the sneakers and skirt trend took me a bit to warm up to. But boy oh boy, was I missing out! This look is so gosh darn comfortable. Admittedly, when I first looked at myself in this outfit “nerdy cheerleader” was what came to mind. But after an entire day of walking around the city of Rosario, I was absolutely sold on this outfit. We’re almost in the throes of summer here and… Read more »

Learning how to make a pisco sour!

One day is never enough time to truly experience a city. But that was, unfortunately, the way my trip to Lima worked out. Lima is a beautiful city that deserves more than a day. However, if you’re like me, and only have a limited amount of time there, this is one way to enjoy the city in just one day! Lima Gourmet Company When trying to decide how to spend my one lonely day, I had to figure out what… Read more »

10 GIFT IDEAS FOR THE PERSON WHO HAS EVERYTHING

Holiday shopping can be a daunting task, especially if your loved ones appear to be set on everything they could possibly need! But fret not, this holiday season you can get them a little something fun and out-of-the-ordinary to show you are thinking of them. This post will give unique ideas for both guys and gals for physical gifts. However, if anyone would be interested in a list of “experience” gift ideas, let me know in the comments, and I’ll… Read more »