June 13, 2011

River Walk

It's safe to say summer layering is my favorite. Or maybe just layering in general. I love the comfort of lots of layers, and also how different layers can change the whole look of an outfit (a great way for switching up beloved outfits).



The other day we had a chilly morning, so I bundled up a bit and headed down to the river. I spent some time just enjoying the sound of the rushing water, and sipping my iced. It really was a nice few minutes, and most certainly the calm before the storm that was about to hit.




This past week I spent a few days in Denver, CO with my dad's side of the family. I don't really want to go into too much detail, but I have a family member in the hospital and had a sudden death in the family. Your kind thoughts would be greatly appreciated.


This week I'm looking forward to spending time in Glenwood Springs (CO). Glenwood is a beautiful town, and has the loveliest downtown area. They also have quite a few "famous landmark" spots that I'm hoping to visit, which include a natural hot springs pool (I probably will wait to go to this until Scott comes to visit), the grave site of Doc Holiday (although he have said that his body more than likely has slid down the mountain side in the past hundred or so years since his death), and a grand hotel where they claim that the first teddy bear was made for Teddy Roosevelt.


I'm also going to spend some time in my favorite coffee shop in Glenwood, Sacred Grounds, and hopefully working on some letters and thank you cards while I'm here. I can already see a large iced coffee and an amazing bran muffin in my near future.


By the way, I still can't get over the beauty of this area. It's absolutely breathtaking!



What are you up to today? Have you ever visited Glenwood Springs before?

Top: Levi's
Dress: Target
Rust tights: c/o We Love Colors

-Chelsea

15 comments:

  1. I almost bought that same dress last week! I am so disappointed I didn't :(

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  2. These pictures look great and you look exceptionally pretty here!

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  3. 1. You're gorgeous and your outfit is so pretty. I especially love that shirt!

    2. I am very, very sorry for the sudden news. I know you don't know me very well, but if you ever need to talk - for advice, just to vent and have someone listen, whatever - feel free to contact me (my e-mail is: lariatsandlavender@gmail.com) I send warm wishes and feelings to you and your family.

    3. I have NEVER been to a hot springs, but I would absolutely love to go to one. Also... Doc Holiday's grave?! I'd love to see that. He was so awesome.

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  4. The second photo of you is BEAUTIFUL! Also, as a fellow remote-holder I appreciate these pictures :) It's hard to take them of yourself!

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  5. i love your skirt and tights sweetie!!

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  6. love the whole look - and i love layers too!!! you looks amazing - such a pretty setting :)

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  7. I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts go out to your family.

    On a lighter note - that dress is lovely. I love the color!

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  8. I'm sorry to hear that Chelsea. Best wishes are with you and your family.

    Those butter wedges are insanely cute and look ultra comfortable!

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  9. I seriously LOVE this knit top. I'm really wanting one for myself!

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  10. You look beautiful, Chelsea! And I agree with layers! They're great. My sister is even bigger on layering ALL THE TIME. Haha

    I am sorry to hear about the death in your family. My thoughts and prayers are out for you and your family. <3

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  11. Thinking of you and your family Chelsea. <3

    xo,

    Sarah

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  12. Glenwood Springs is so beautiful! There's an amazing italian place down there...I can't remember what it's called, but it's in a basement and it's amaaaazing.

    So sorry about your family's loss. Thinking of you <3

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  13. I love those tights with that dress! You look beautiful!! AND how gorgeous is it there in Colorado?! Wow!

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