Kedumim Square

Tel Aviv is one of the most interesting cities I have ever visited. I’ve been traveling nearly nonstop for the last 5 years, so I’m now getting to be one of those annoying people who is always comparing places to other places I’ve been. “Oooh, this feels so much like Tokyo! Doesn’t this little cafe remind you of that one in Buenos Aires? I’m getting some serious Sydney vibes here!” And then whoever is near me will likely want to… Read more »

What I Wore to Explore Tel Aviv, Israel

Dress (Similar here) | Sneakers | Bag | Sunglasses (Similar) | Earrings | Watch c/o* I know my last post about my trip to Israel painted it in a bit of a negative light. However, that was just one day of the trip. My time spent exploring Tel Aviv was relaxing and beautiful. It also included a lot of walking! We stayed at the Sheraton hotel and then meandered along the cost to Old Jaffa and spent the day exploring… Read more »

The Western Wall

I’ve experienced boring tours, tours with rude guides and tours that just aren’t all that organized. However, the “Jerusalem, Dead Sea, Bethlehem, & More Group Tour” has taken the cake as the worst tour I have ever done in my life. It was a complete disaster from start to finish. This type of tour is meant for someone who has VERY limited time in Israel but still wants to try to see the highlights. (Hi, that’s me!) In order for… Read more »

The Perfect, Vintage-Inspired Dress for Spring

Dress c/o* | Cardigan | Keds | Necklace | Earrings | Sunglasses (Similar) I’m taking a little break from heavy sweaters, coats and boots to feature the most perfect, vintage-inspired dress for spring! Thanks to my little weekend getaway to Tel Aviv, Israel…I was actually able to experience some amazing, spring weather. It was glorious! The trip to Tel Aviv itself was a cool, yet complicated experience to say the least, though. Some parts were amazing, while others will go… Read more »

Comfy, Cosy & Chic Outfit

Sweater c/o* | Boots | Jeans | Bag | Necklace | Earrings | Sunglasses Golly, would you look at that…an outfit post! It’s been a while. This is mainly due to me wanting to start showing spring outfits, but not yet having spring weather. It is COLD and snowy in Russia. Shocking, right? So, I’m still featuring comfy, cozy, winter outfits. However, this sweater is not nearly as warm as I thought it was going to be. If I wear… Read more »

25 Dazzling Photos of Moscow, Russia During Winter

Moscow, Russia during the winter is really a sight to behold! Calling it a “winter wonderland” is a bit of an understatement. I am continually amazed by the beauty of this city after a fresh snowfall. (I would also venture to say, that visiting Russia during the winter is an even more magical experience than visiting during summer!) The majority of these photos are from central Moscow, and I didn’t include a ton of Red Square photos this time…because that… Read more »

Have Clothes, Will Travel’s 2019 Travel Bucket List

Happy 2019! I hope everyone had a wonderful time ringing in the New Year. I thought it would be fun to start my first post of 2019 off with a travel bucket list! I did one of these lists back in 2017 and really enjoyed looking back to see which countries I made it to (like New Zealand and Turkey) and which ones are still on my list (or moved down a bit lower). I also loved reading everyone else’s… Read more »

pyramids tips

Traveling to Egypt means you’re likely going to book with a tour company – even if you’re not the type of traveler who makes a habit of using tour companies. Egypt is a difficult country to navigate without a guide for even the most seasoned of travelers. Not that it can’t be done, it’s just much each easier, safer and enjoyable to use a guide service while in Egypt. Memphis Tours is the tour company we booked with for our… Read more »

Is the Nubian Village in Aswan a Tourist Trap?

Wondering if the Nubian Village in Aswan is an authentic cultural experience or a tourist trap? This post explains Cultural tour experiences tend to be very hit and miss no matter where you’re traveling. They are either incredibly educational and enlightening, or they’re masquerading as an educational experience… when in reality they are just a way to get you to spend money and buy souvenirs you don’t need. So, which is the Nubian Village? This post will explain. Who are… Read more »

Pattern & Print Mixing - How to Wear Stripes & Florals Together

Skirt (On sale!) | Top (Similar here) | Sneakers | Bag | Sunglasses (Similar) | Watch It took me long enough, but I’m finally embracing pattern & print mixing. I actually bought this striped top and floral skirt so I could wear them together! I did this last fall, and I’ve been patiently waiting all winter to break this outfit out. Then, the most miraculous thing happened…it stopped snowing in Moscow, and warmed up to nearly 80 degrees Fahrenheit all… Read more »