Asian Eye scarf + Shein eyelet skirt

Click to shop: After all my casual exploring/traveling outfits, it sure felt good to break out a fun, girly outfit for today! And can you get more girly than an outfit filled with bows? (Only if there were also polka dots, haha.) This outfit is also exciting because it’s featuring the first item I’ve successfully had shipped to my address in Argentina! Wahoo! (More on that in a moment.) But I’m not going to lie, I had gotten very used… Read more »

ModCloth's Stylish Surprise

You may have noticed me mentioning ModCloth‘s Stylish Surprise every 6 months or so on my social media accounts. This is because I absolutely LOVE participating in this sale. However, I realize it’s been awhile since I’ve actually explained what this sale is, as it isn’t your typical sale event. I also thought it would be fun to show off the items I’ve gotten via this sale over the years. There have been a lot of hits, but there have… Read more »

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is at the top of many bucket lists, and for very good reason! It is most certainly not an overrated tourist trap and is every bit as magical as one would imagine. However, being prepared and visiting at certain times of the year can make this experience that much better. For this post, I’ll be sharing 10 of my tips for visiting and of course, photos of the experience! Enjoy! (Side note, I have so many photos &… Read more »

Alpaca sweater - Cusco Peru travel outfit

Click to shop: If you visit Cusco, Peru the first thing you will notice is nearly every shop and street vendor is selling “baby alpaca” sweaters. The second thing you will likely notice is that nearly none of these vendors are actually selling “baby alpaca” sweaters. (As the locals say its “maybe alpaca.” Ha!) How to Shop for Genuine Baby Alpaca Wool Sweaters Baby alpaca wool is the wool used when a baby alpaca gets its very first haircut. It… Read more »

Ollantaytambo

Machu Picchu definitely lives up to the hype, don’t get me wrong, but there are so many other incredible Inca ruins in the Sacred Valley worth seeing as well. This post will cover a day spent seeing Pisac and Ollantaytambo. Consider this post “Part 1” of Inca Ruins worth seeing, and “Part 2” is here (didn’t want to do an Incan Ruins overload)! But first, let me explain what exactly The Sacred Valley is. It’s a region in Peru near… Read more »

Sara of "In a Nutshell."

Meet Sara! She’s this month’s Featured Fashionista and the talented creator of the blog “In a Nutshell.” Here, Sara chronicles her impeccable vintage style and her love of baking and reading. I can’t get enough of Sara’s witty writing and fabulous outfit posts. Her love of quirky prints immediately captured my heart as well! And even though I’m a terrible cook, I find myself intrigued by many of the recipes Sara shares because 1.) They always sound delicious! 2.) Sara’s… Read more »

nordstrom plaid cotton shirt

Shop the look: Now, this is an outfit I would never have thought I’d wear, much less feature on my blog! However, when it comes to my exploring/traveling outfits, I’ve been trying to broaden my horizons…especially since many of these journeys have been very long! (And comfort is key!) There is absolutely nothing wrong with this outfit, I just would have thought it was far too casual to feature on here until recently. I also always had a weird dislike… Read more »

Rainbow mountain, Peru

I’m kicking off my Peru travel series with my favorite part of the entire trip – Rainbow Mountain. Why save the best for last anyway? For this post, I’ll explain why I enjoyed Rainbow Mountain as much as I did, what to expect when hiking it, and how you can prepare for the journey. Enjoy! Why is Rainbow Mountain My Favorite Part of My Peru Trip? I know that this is a pretty bold statement, especially since we also visited… Read more »

Photo by Elena Saharova on Unsplash

Contribution by freelance writer Sally Writes Whether you are experienced in this area or not, traveling with seniors can be a really enjoyable experience when we prepare with care; especially when those senior travel companions actually happen to be our parents, in-laws, or aunties and uncles. The travel industry is, in many ways, similar to assisted living for seniors. Each new year brings new developments that are designed to further support and care for seniors as they grow older, providing… Read more »

uncommon goods

Oh my gosh, there are so many cool accessories I have been stumbling on these days, I needed to share them with someone other than my husband (who I’m pretty sure doesn’t appreciate them as much as you folks, haha). And I know I sound like a broken record, but there is just nothing better than unique and quirky accessories! Whether it is purses, jewelry, scarves, etc. – you name it, and my eye immediately goes for it! So, I… Read more »

FashionMia Round Neck Ruffled Hem Plain Polyester Skater Dress

I just can’t shake the image of a peacock fanning its feathers when I look at these photos. The ruffles of this dress look like I have my own tiny, rainbow-colored peacock tail. Haha. Or maybe that’s just my brain on too much caffeine? But anyways! This is a dress I have had on my radar for many, many moons! My friend, Ashlee, had sent me a Pin of it quite awhile ago and suggested I should give it a… Read more »

travel wardrobe

Guest Post by Francesca Russo Traveling is always an exhilarating experience. It’s the perfect time for enjoying life, new impressions, sweet memories and nice meetings. However, the preparation for the trip may be hectic and challenging sometimes. Each woman wants to feel comfortable because comfort is the key. She also wants to look chic and stylish. So, here is my list of 10 wardrobe essentials for traveling. With them, you will always be ready to make up a casual or… Read more »

Shein top and ModCloth cat bag

Click to shop: It’s really been fun trying to dress for all the seasons this week, haha. My last outfit post was all about spring, and then the temps dipped back down to make it perfect to break out my fall/winter wardrobe again…all in the same weekend. And while I’m generally a fan of wearing vintage inspired dresses or skirts on the weekend, this past weekend I was all about jeans and silky tops. The top featured in this post… Read more »

The Garment Project

This month’s feature is turning the spotlight on an incredible nonprofit organization that is helping women across the United States recover from eating disorders. “The Garment Project” was created by Erin Drischler and her fiancé Jordan Tomb. Their mission is to donate brand new clothing, free of tags and sizes, to women who are in recovery from an eating disorder. Erin was kind enough to answer my questions about The Garment Project, and introduce herself and Garment to Have Clothes,… Read more »

VIPMEshop cardigan & Judy Blue Jeans

Click to shop: Floral prints work great no matter what time of year it is, in my opinion. However, we always tend to gravitate toward them a bit more during spring. (Insert Devil Wears Prada quote: “Florals? For spring? Ground-breaking.”) But, hey…Why not match our surroundings? Spring has sprung in Argentina, and much to my allergies dismay, everything is blooming! It is really beautiful, though. (Flower pics at the end of the post!) So, I decided to break out my… Read more »

Parque de la Independencia

Last week I had shared a photo gallery of my home state of Wisconsin. So, it’s only fair that I share my current home of Rosario, Argentina in photos too! I’ve done 2 other posts featuring photo galleries of Rosario, so for this one, I tried to find different spots in the city that were not shown in those posts. Most of these photos are mainly in the area of Parque de la Independencia. I had shown this area in… Read more »

Blooper photo #3

In honor of Have Clothes, Will Travel’s recent blogiversary here is another round of blooper photos! I had shared a post last year around my blogiversary featuring some of my favorite blooper photos from my blog, and everyone seemed to enjoy it as much as I did. So, I’ve decided to make this a yearly reoccurring post on Have Clothes, Will Travel. (You’re welcome!) I do have to admit, that last year’s photos might have been better. I like to… Read more »

Unique Vintage comic book dress

Wow! Have Clothes, Will Travel is 3 whole years old! And what better way to celebrate a blogging anniversary than with a comic book-themed dress, a giveaway and a cake I didn’t actually bake! Haha. (Also not pictured, a very large glass of wine!) Every year when this time rolls around I take a moment to reflect on where this little blog started and where I would like it to go. This was originally just a way for me to… Read more »

30 + hours of travel outfit

Yes, you read that right… a travel outfit for 30+ hours of travel! My current journey between Rosario, Argentina (where I live), and Appleton, Wisconsin (where my family lives) takes roughly 30 hours. Some days it’s a little less and some days it can be even more. I’ll spare you the gory details of it all, but let’s just say there is not a direct path between those two locations and there’s lots of driving and flying and several layovers,… Read more »

Black Lab & Dock in Wisconsin

This post is going to be a little different than my normal blog posts. For this one, I wanted to just share some snapshots I took while I was home visiting my family and friends in Wisconsin. Not any outfits or travel tips, just a few photos. In my previous post, I had also mentioned I had invested in a new full frame camera, so, these were some of my very first photos with it. I’m excited to get some… Read more »

shein floral button maxi dress

Click to shop: My trip back to my home state of Wisconsin was just what I needed. The balmy summer days and time with family and friends does the soul good….as does a little wildflower picking. Actually, technically, I believe these are weeds, haha. But nonetheless, I’ve always thought “Queen Anne’s lace” was pretty, and beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Right? And for such occasions, one needs the perfect dress! My little venture into bodycon dresses was… Read more »

FashionMia lace bodycon dress

Woah, would you look at that. Two posts featuring bodycon dresses in one week! Craziness, haha. These are certainly dresses that are out of the ordinary for this blog! But, the lovely folks over at FashionMia had sent me this fun bodycon dress right after I posted Monday’s post. So, here we are, two bodycons in one week! I even went ahead and shot a video of this dress (at the end of the post), so you could see it… Read more »

ballerina skirt

Midi skirts are the epitome of classy if you ask me. They’re perfect for so many different occassions, and fortunately, there’s a plethora of online midi skirt options these days. Also, if you’ve been following my blog for a little while, you might have noticed I particularly have a printed midi skirt obsession. Anytime I’m doing any sort of online clothing shopping, I always find myself going right for the quirkiest of quirky printed midi skirts! So, today’s post is… Read more »

Floral Bodycon dress

Click to shop: My love/hate relationship with bodycon dresses continues. While I do love the way they look. I never feel 100 percent comfortable wearing them…so, they only get broken out “once in a blue moon.” What can I say, I really like my fit and flare dresses! However, my thoughts on finding a good bodycon dress still hold true. The most flattering bodycon dresses you can buy will have thicker material and have patterns on them. (If you missed… Read more »

modcloth map skirt

Click to shop: While I do my best to wear all the items in my wardrobe, there are few pieces I always find myself reaching for in the morning. This fun skirt and lovely top are two of those items. They’re both incredibly easy to mix and match. I also love wearing them in hot weather (but it’s easy enough to pair them with a cardigan for chillier weather). As you might have noticed too, these photos weren’t taken in… Read more »

Floral dress & pink cardigan

Click to shop: I officially no longer know what season it is here. The calendar tells me it’s winter, and I was wearing boots, scarves, mittens and a winter coat last weekend…but this weekend we had weather that hit 80 degrees Fahrenheit! This left me scratching my head over how I should dress, as I had only unpacked my warm clothes since we arrived in Argentina. However, sifting through my summer wardrobe I was excited to pull out this dress!… Read more »

Tatyana Fan Skirt

Click to shop: A few months ago I had lamented my pain at being separated from this fan skirt while it made its way from our apartment in Australia to our new apartment in Argentina. It took quite awhile, but it did make it! And I was very excited to have the chance to style it again so soon. I usually wait a little longer before featuring the same skirts and dresses, but I had a really fun reason to… Read more »

Superior Skin giveaway

*All photos courtesy of Female Blogger RT. Thank you! How about a little giveaway to get us through the rest of the week? Sounds like a good idea to me! I don’t know about the rest of you, but for me, this week has really been dragging. I’m very excited to have a little fun today hosting a giveaway on my blog with SuperiorSkin! And thanks to all the fun little stresses life can sometimes bring, as well as a… Read more »