Tropical Safari

Tuesday, April 30

Priya the Blog, Nashville fashion blog, Nashville style blog, Nashville fashion blogger, Nashville style blogger, Nashville travel blogger, South Africa travel, Addo National Elephant Park, what to wear on a safari, J.Crew tropical sundress, Swedish Hasbeens clogs, safari outfit
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| hoops: Target | dress: J.Crew | jacket: GAP (very super old) | clogs: Swedish Hasbeens |



Am I still posting content from our trip to South Africa because I have more to share, or because I have nothing else prepared to blog about?? You decide!

I promise this is my final outfit from our trip to South Africa last month (full travel diary here, outfit one and outfit two.) I wore this in the middle of the trip, when we spent a few days in Addo National Elephant Park. We stayed in a very practical cottage, but it did have a porch that backed right up against the park (where we took these photos!) We had a lot of porch time, both on ours and our friend's, which had a direct view of a watering hole (first photo below); with binoculars perched, drink in hand, hoping to catch a glimpse of elephants, Kudu, or anything really. Not a bad way to spend an afternoon!

The absolute highlight of staying at Addo was the sunset game drive we went on. We loaded onto a safari jeep-bus and spent a couple hours driving through the park, where we saw: so many elephants, a terrifying hyena, lots of Kudu, warthogs, zebras, and even lions! The sunset over the park was absolutely stunning, and the whole team worked really hard to get what I will forever regard as my hallmark Instagram. There is nothing I love more than being appropriately dressed for an activity and I loved my safari outfit so much! Lots more about everything we did on our trip right here.

But back to this outfit - my best strategy for a no buy year has been: buy things the year before, and put them away until the appropriate season arrives. You'll feel like you went shopping when you find brand new stuff!! I had picked up this dress & another one from J.Crew last Summer for next to nothing, and was sooo excited to find them when I started going through my warmer weather stuff to pack for this trip. I live for a tropical print, and it felt kinda perfect for dinner the evening we arrived at the park!

I feel like I have updating to do on current life stuff...soon! Thanks for reading! 
Priya the Blog, Nashville fashion blog, Nashville style blog, Nashville fashion blogger, Nashville style blogger, Nashville travel blogger, South Africa travel, Addo National Elephant Park, what to wear on a safari, J.Crew tropical sundress, Swedish Hasbeens clogs, safari outfit

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