• Best Beaches in San Diego

    San Diego, California is known for its sunshine and beaches. When visiting San Diego, you have many different styles of beaches to visit. Whether you’re looking for a beach to party at, lounge on, or to surf its waves, you’ll find it in San Diego. Here are some of the best beaches in San Diego and along San Diego’s North County coastline. Windansea Beach is located in the upscale town of La Jolla, located just north of San Diego. Just like the posh town of La Jolla, Windansea Beach has an upscale, almost Hampton-like vibe to it. With craggy rocks stretching out into pristine sand, Windansea is located behind a…

  • Shopping in Nantucket

    The island of Nantucket, Massachusetts is an idyllic haven located just an hour’s ferry ride from the mainland when departing from Hyannis, Massachusetts. The island has a strict building code that ensures buildings are kept under a certain height and only of certain colors. This gives the island a colonial, upscale look that is wonderful for meandering through. It’s also great for shopping. Within these muted, elegant buildings of downtown Nantucket are some great boutiques. Fashion, jewelry, and the “Nantucket Reds”…it’s all found within the small downtown area of Nantucket, which for those coming in on a ferry is just a few blocks away from the harbor. Many of the…

  • Do’s And Don’ts For Tbex13′ Virgins

    With the arrival of the Travel Blog Exchange otherwise known as Tbex fast approaching, we here at Fashionista’s Travel are slowly preparing ourselves. Flights have been booked, hotels have been rented, and friends have been notified! With Tbex being only 2 short months away its important to start mentally preparing as well. Now after attending last years conference in Denver we aren’t calling ourselves experts or anything but if you are new to the scene aka a Tbex virgin then read on for some of the best do’s and don’ts this side of Toronto. Ps: This is stuff we wish we knew last year and the year before… Do: -Book…

  • 4 Reasons to Visit Big Sky Country

    Montana is dubbed Big Sky Country due to the fact that the sky does seemingly go on forever. Despite being the third largest state in the U.S., Montana has one of the lowest number of residents of the 50 states. Less population means less smog; that and the expanse of wilderness keeps the air crisp and fresh. Montana is known for an outdoorsy culture and residents that foster a strong sense of community and pride for their state. When visiting Montana, it’s important if you have time to visit both the western (mountains, waterfalls, and buffalo) and the eastern side (farm towns, fields, and cows) to get a true sense…

  • Top 10 Things to do in San Diego to Feel Like a Local

    When visiting San Diego, there are some attractions and things to do that are obvious, such as sunbathing on the beach, going to SeaWorld, shopping in downtown San Diego, and eating Mexican food. There are some other things you must not miss doing in San Diego in order to experience San Diego the way the locals prefer to spend their favorite sunny SoCal days. Sail Through the Harbor Rent your own private sailboat – with a guide if you don’t know how to sail – and float through the glistening water. The San Diego harbor is gorgeous with views of the San Diego skyline and the Coronado Bridge. There are…

  • 5 New England Cities Worth Visiting

    New England cities are all the rage when its time for Fall and all that foliage. Being from New England Fall foliage doesn’t excite me too much but I know for a fact that non-New Englander’s are simply crazy about visiting this time of year. There is a city for every type of person here in New England. We’ve got everything from small cities, large cities, and everything in between. We’ve also got something for the snow lovers, foliage lovers, and also BEER lovers. There is literally a town for everyone with something awesome to do there. If your thinking about taking a plane, train, or automobile over to this…

  • Chocolate & Beer: A Fashionista’s Dream

    If there is one thing you should know about this traveling Fashionista is that there are a few things that really get my motor running, two of those being really good beer and of course chocolate. So you can imagine my surprise when I was offered up a spot on a walking tour of Boston sampling those two awesome things. My response, oh hell’s yes! Boston is not a mystery to me, having grown up in the “area”. Rhode Island is so small we might as well just attach ourselves to Massachusetts. (kidding) Don’t even get me started on how much I love Rhode Island. But regardless taking a walking tour of Boston…