DAY TRIPPIN’

IMG_7375One of the many perks of living in the greater Los Angeles area is that the fabulous Palm Springs is within day trip distance. A little post Birthday surprise had me browsing vintage shops and taking in the dessert sun on Sunday. What better place to wear wide leg palm print pants with a cropped knit tank and my new vintage purse?  I love how effortless and classic this look is and as a perk it was perfectly comfortable for the car ride. Wide leg pants worn with a pair of tall heels are a timeless pairing that lengthen the appearance and adding a crop top enhances the illusion. I am a huge fan of summer sweaters.  They add texture and a touch of luxury.  My suede Stuart Weitzman so thoughtfully selected for me by my dear friend Kristen gives that hint of vintage I love so deeply and that no Eleni outfit is complete without.
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ZION

IMG_7047So besides shooting vintage gowns in Zion Eloy and I hiked… a lot.  We did as much hiking as our bodies and sense of fear would allow in two days. Zion is nothing short of stunning.   Still emerald reflecting pools, misty waterfalls, and sheer rock faces surrounding peaceful canyons make Zion a retreat that showcases both the beauty and power of nature.  Eloy and I love to hike but up until Zion our hikes have been safe with relatively little opportunity for danger. Starting out on some of the more advanced trails in Zion you get the sense that you better, quite literally, watch your step otherwise there could be fatal consequences. It’s a different level of hiking.  The place and the threats it poses take a hike from a outdoor exercise session to a spiritual experience. On the recommendation of one of our more adventurous friends, Ignacio, we attempted to conquer Angels Landing.  We were doing great physically but when we approached the last assent to the platform we had to turn back.  Now keep in mind that we had just zip lined in the jungle two weeks earlier when I tell you that we turned back from Angels Landing out of fear.  Angels Landing is aptly named, a tall thin peak with straight cliff face on either side.  The trail to the top platform is no more than 2 feet wide and your companion as you ascend is a thick chain fixed to the side of the cliff.  Don’t worry, only 7 people have died on this hike… yeah.  If you weren’t afraid of heights before you may find that Angels Landing will change your mind.  Even the steady stream of hikers coming back triumphant and very much alive wouldn’t convince us, we had too much to lose so back down we went. We were happy to make it up as far as we did and that we lived to enjoy more beautiful hikes in the area.

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