New Year’s Day in Napa

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We feel  so fortunate to live so close to Napa. Our first stop on our day trip was lunch at our fav spot Mustards Grill . I suggest reservations to avoid a long wait for a table. My must have dish is the Seafood Tostada, super delicious! Don’t forget to walk through their cute little organic garden next to the restaurant. It makes me want to plant my own garden, maybe?

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Next stop for a little wine tasting was Castello Di Amorosa. It’s beautiful! It’s definitely not a small winery, a little touristy but only the big wineries seemed to be open on New Years Day. The property is huge and is an authentic Tuscan castle in Napa. The vineyards at anytime of year are magical and I feel pictures just don’t do it justice. Before heading back home  I couldn’t leave without purchasing a few bottles of  Il Rubino Pinot Noir.

Last stop which I greatly suggest is stopping in the cute town of St. Helena. It’s full of adorable restaurants and little boutiques.  Definitely not a town you want to pass up. Oh and the houses in St. Helena look like they belong on a film set, picture perfect Victorian style homes.

Now on to what I’m wearing! White jeans in winter? Yes, it’s doable and don’t be afraid. I paired them with my go to leather jacket and a scarf that doubles as a wrap. Under the jacket is a black tunic (under $20) from Old Navy. It’s all about mixing items you love and they don’t have to be expensive to look good.  Don’t forget the fringe booties in gray that are stylish but comfortable.

Booties: Steve Madden | Jeans: AG | Handbag: Rebecca Minkoff | Tunic: Old Navy | Scarf: Talbots |

Sunglasses: Tory Burch | Jacket: Old, Similar |  Lip Pencil:  Nars




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